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6 Hotels That Are Worth Checking Into For Their Restaurants Alone

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A high-end sophisticated dining and a lodging experience is what you are looking for? Look no further. No, it’s not just the dish but the restaurants are a visual treat too. The culinary experiences here are so good that you will never want to check out.

6 Hotels That Are Worth Checking Into For Their Restaurants Alone:

  1. ITC Hotel Maurya, Delhi
  2. Vivanta by Taj- Fort Aguada, Aguada Beach (Goa)
  3. Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai (Maharashtra)
  4. ITC Grand Chola, Chennai (Tamil Nadu)
  5. The Manor, Delhi
  6. The Leela Ambience Gurugram Hotel & Residences, Gurgaon (Haryana)

1. Dum Pukht Biryani At Dum Pukht, ITC Maurya Delhi

Dum Pukht Biryani At Dum Pukht, ITC Maurya Delhisource: bytplus.com

If you think that food is just a boring meal, this place is not for you. Food here is nothing but an elaborate feast. The tradition of cooking food over a slow fire in sealed earthenware pots or deghs, Dum Pukht food is characterized by the subtle use of spices and its delicate flavour.

HolidayIQ Traveller Diksha from Mumbai says, “The Awadhi cuisine of 'Dum Pukht' and of course the regulars like Pavilion, the Gourmet Shop at ITC Maurya Sheraton Delhi is a must try.” The unique flavours of Murgh Chandi Tikka, Dum Pukht Badin Jaan, Shahi Nehari, the iconic Dum Pukht Biryani, are certain to titillate your palate.

2. Camarao Tigre Con Cilantro At Beach House, Taj Vivanta Goa

Camarao Tigre Con Cilantro At Beach House, Taj Vivanta Goasource: amazonaws.com

Fresh seafood in Goa? Beach House should be the place on your list. With Masterchef Rego’s expertise, you will be left wanting for more each time you visit. Galinha Caffreal Kingfish Peri-Peri, Camarao Tigre con Cilantro Pork Sorpotel with Sannas Clam Chops with Mango Chilly Sauce are the signature dishes you should try. And not to forget,  if you are bold enough let Cashew Feni be the spirit behind your meal.

HolidayIQ Traveller Darshan Shah shares, "The Goan food served is especially delicious, a wonderfully welcoming hotel."

3. Naaza At Masala Krafts, Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai

Naaza At Masala Krafts, Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbaisource: vedgedout.files.wordpress.com

Ever had a pizza with a naan base and makhni sauce replaced tomato puree? Inhale the exotic whiff of Indian spices prepared at live cooking stations at the restaurants in Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai. From CalIndian (Indian cooking with Californian influences) to Masala Art (which introduced phulka trolleys and interactive cooking), these restaurants have an array of dishes that come straight from Chef Oberoi’s kitchen.

Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Aditi: “For dining, try any of the 10 restaurants that serve Chinese, European, or Oriental food.”

4. Hara Mung Mewa At Royal Vega, ITC Grand Chola, Chennai

Hara Mung Mewa At Royal Vega, ITC Grand Chola, Chennaisource: businessline.com

A vegetarians delight, Royal Vega is known for the delectable vegetarian dishes that it serves. Presided over by Chef Manjit Gill,  the cuisine explores the blend of condiments, vegetables and lentils. The hara mung mewa is a must try. It is a mung dish  cooked in buttermilk, with mangoes, pop lotus seeds and nuts. You could also try the ayurvedic menu which is seasonal.

HolidayIQ traveller Madheeswar shares, "The restaurants that are available within the hotel provide good quality of food. The price is high because of their star quality."

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5. Chilean Spare Ribs With Meetha Achar At Indian Accent, The Manor, Delhi

Chilean Spare Ribs With Meetha Achar At Indian Accent, The Manor, Delhisource: vervemagazine.in

Get ready to experience the Chef’s experiments. Indian Accent in The Manor brings a unique range of dishes prepared using global ingredients following an Indian style of cooking. The meetha achaar chilean spare ribs, the signature dish, is a must try. Tandoori bacon prawns, rice crusted john dory moilee and warm doda burfi treacle tart are other dishes that you just cannot miss.

HolidayIQ traveller Beatrice Dolder shares, "I wasn't aware, that The "Indian Accent" (restaurant of the hotel) was recently awarded the best restaurant of India, as a hotel guest I received a table, for the same evening (usually tables are booked out weeks in advance). The chef's seven-course menu was an ecstasy of the senses, not to be missed!"

6. Punjabi Bruschetta At Diya, The Leela Ambience Hotel, Gurgaon

Punjabi Bruschetta At Diya, The Leela Ambience Hotel, Gurgaonsource: purewow.com

Imagine having your favourite meal in a traditional ambience, decorated with dimly lit diyas, a water body in the middle and live sitar playing in the background. I am sure, most of we youngsters have never experienced anything even closer to this. 'Punjabi bruschetta' -- liver, kidney and diced mutton cooked in the tak-a-tak style, topped up with kachumbar salad, and served on toasted French bread -- and the murgh malai shorba poured around a vol-au-vent island stuffed with murgh khichda are must try.

Traveller Kriti Gupta shares: “Worth mentioning is it’s breakfast spread, its amazing and lavish and you have everything.”

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