Restaurants across the Capital are pulling out all stops to welcome patrons this New Year
If you like to ring in the New Year with friends and family over a good meal, there is no dearth of options in the Capital. Eateries big and small are welcoming patrons with their varied offers and packages.
Cafe Knosh, Kempinski Ambience Hotel, is offering New Year’s Eve dinner buffet and New Year brunch at Rs. 1500 (plus tax per person) and Rs. 800 (plus tax per child). It features baked red snapper provencale, wild mushroom risotto and grill panini with fresh mozarella among other offerings. Unlimited drinks packages (for two hours) of IMFL and IMP drinks are also available. The Dilli 32 restaurant offers royal Awadhi cuisine and modern culinary offerings.
The Metropolitan Hotel and Spa has world cuisine at Zing with a menu that includes roast turkey with cranberry glaze and caramelised Brussels sprouts among others. Enjoy Japanese delicacies like sushi platter, tempura moriawase, tori mizutaki at Sakura and Indian dishes like sunehari macchi, chutney tarkari at Chutney bar + tandoor. The charges are Rs. 5000 plus taxes per person.
New Year dinner at Premier Inn Hotels consists of a spread of vegetarian and non-vegetarian starters including golden fried basket, machli ajwaini tikka, hara bhara kabab and mushroom pepper fry, among others, along with a range of salads. The South Indian offerings include grilled fish with lemon butter sauce and kozhi varutha curry. Price: Rs. 3999 onwards.
ITC Maurya invites patrons to welcome 2014 in style with New Year’s Eve dinner buffets and New Year lunch buffets at its restaurants. Price: Rs. 3000 onwards
Yum Yum Tree has planned a two-day long celebration with dinner on December 31, with an unlimited menu beginning with sushi and sashimi, soup and fresh salads, dim sums, lamb chops and shell crabs. For adults, the charges are Rs.2485 plus taxes and for children under 12, Rs. 1185 plus taxes. The next day’s brunch has a wide spread with mocktails as well as wine, beer and cocktails. There are special activities for children and a special menu for kids. The rates are Rs. 1499 plus taxes with non-alcoholic beverages, and Rs. 1899 plus taxes with wine, beer and cocktails. For children under eight it is Rs. 799 plus taxes (with activities).
The Imperial’s 1911 dinner buffet boasts fine delicacies available for Rs. 4750. San Gimignano presents Italian fare along with white wine, vegetables and kalamata and many more at Rs. 6000. The secret recipes of South East Asia will be available at The Spice Route at Rs. 6000. Daniell’s Tavern harks back to the old and original menu from the era of Thomas and William Daniells, consisting of eral thokku — Nilgiri prawn deep fried and served traditionally, railway chicken curry of West Bengal at Rs. 5500. Prices inclusive of taxes per person.
Amour — The Patio Restaurant, Café & Bar is offering flavours of the Mediterranean and includes herbed chicken broth, lamb casserole, homemade ricotta, curried vegetable au gratin, Vietnamese basa, couscous pilaf and more along with options of sauces, meats and eggs.