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Experience The Fanciest Fine Dine At This Royal Restaurant In Mumbai


    What Makes It Awesome?

    Tried experiencing the buffets of this 5-star hotel. I found this place, "Tiara- Meluha The Fern".
    The buffet has a
    -1 Veg, 1 Non-Veg soup
    -2 Veg, 2 Non Veg starters
    -4 gravies Non-Veg and Veg each, that makes a total of 8 gravy.
    -Steam Rice and Pulao (changes daily)
    -Oriental live counter
    When we were here for the buffet there were 3 types of Pastries, Chocolate brownie, Mango custard, Rasmali sandwich, Gajar halwa, Sugar free pannacotta.

    We were served with tasting portions of a few chef curated starters.
    -Nachos Indiana (chicken)
    These were the best nachos I've ever had. Freshly baked crispy nacho chips with chicken keema and 2types of cheese. I yet crave to have them again. They were simple, and the best.

    -Malabari Quesadilla (chicken)
    Malbari Parathas in quesadilla shape with a chicken Chettinad filling inside. How innovative was this dish! A fusion of Indian
    cuisine with European cuisine.

    -Hara Chana Falafel & Hara Chana hummus on Papdi
    This again was an excellent appetizer for the vegetarians. Loaded with flavours and just binding all the flavors together. It was a perfect match.

    The tasting portions filled our tummies actually.
    I had tried the chicken beer soup. It tasted very similar to cream of chicken soup. The hint of beer was very dilute. So it's considered a non-alcoholic soup only. There was lemon chicken with corn which was delicious. Paneer Nawabzade was superb. We had it with butter kulcha which was super soft. Desserts were heavenly. I tried each and every dessert and I got no complaints at all.

    How Much Did It Cost?

    ₹1,000 - ₹3,000

    Best To Go With?

    Family, Bae