Delhi Pavilion: A jewel of ITC Sheraton
You know you are gonna have a great time & fulfilling experience when you are visiting an ITC property. The brand itself is synonymous with luxury & is known to satiate even the most ardent food lovers & critics. This is my review of DELHI PAVILION restaurant at ITC Sheraton, Saket, Delhi.
I was actually invited to be a part of an Instameet organized by ITC Hotels at Delhi Pavilion & what an experience it turned out to be!
The moment you enter thru the gates, you are welcomed with extravagant grandeur & opulence that’s rarely seen nowadays. The staff takes immense care to make you feel welcome & you can’t help but be a bit awe-struck of the place. They had a HUGE (literally) dessert section on display right at the entrance & on the other end they had a display for a plethora of Cheese & Breads. If you could imagine it, it was there, trust me!
The star attraction for the day would most definitely have to be the Mixology session by the uber talented & one heck of a Mixologist, Zac ‘IJustMakeDrinks’ Abbott. The guy has a passion for mixing drinks & it shows in his way of demonstration & preparation. He concocted one amazing drink after another with utmost finesse for all to see & try. My personal favorite would have to be the one he made by rolling the smoke from a cigar into a Scotch based cocktail.
And now let’s talk a bit about the food. Don’t hold your breath though because a loooottttt of dishes made their way from the kitchen to our tables.
For starters, there were Samosa that were soft as a cushion, Dahi Bhalla with tamarind & mint chutney & a vegetarian slider.
And don’t even get me started with the burgers because that would just make me go out & have them again; yes they were so damn good!
The main course consisted of DELHNAVI Daal with Khasta Roti which was cooked to perfection with just the right spiciness, a Paneer dish with gravy, whose name I have forgotten, that was served with Lachha Parantha but the crown is undoubtedly taken by ROGAN JOSH. The best part was when the Chef himself came to our table & demonstrated the right way of garnishing the dish before eating & also told us a few insights about it. It was finger licking good & I am not even exaggerating!
There was also a live demonstration of making noodles & Pasta that was followed by the Chef showing us how to make Ravioli. She was generous enough two of the fellow viewers to come around the table & actually be a part of the demonstration themselves.
The evening was squared off with each participant getting a taste of the spectacular Banoffee Pie. After all, who can say no to a dessert!
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