The Colonial Palate: Had been here quite a few days back after hearing a lot about its premium, classy ambience with antique props like the bookshelf with classic, decorative cup sets and books. The seating area is quite spacious and well suited for all size of groups. The staff here were polite and had been to rescue for our delicious suggestions! So we started with their Lebanese fritters, Spiced Herb and Cheese Boreks and the Minced Chicken Pashtun kebab both as scrumptious as they sound. Loved the fritters to the most. We also did call for the carbon chicken and loved their charcoal suggestion along with the classic watermelon mocktail, The watermelon Basil. We then called for the classic Mac and cheese and not only did we love the smell and taste of it, but the quality, quantity and the presentation itself was mouthwatering. We also tried their orange peach ice tea, nothing really could be any refreshing as it! We finally called for their Sandalwood Pannacotta and it surely did amaze us the way it jiggled! The food presentation and the taste were equally lovable and delectable.
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