So, I was trying to put on an old dress and realized how much weight I have put on. The only exercise we do is walk up to the car, sit, dine out and come back. This incident reminded me of how I almost hogged on the scrumptious food at NYC and haven’t reviewed it yet. I remember, I almost gave up on sweets and oily eatable for a week, but then NYC came into the picture. Drool-worthy Desserts, annoyingly yummy chaat and off course some delightful dishes.
OMG! The spread at NYC is jaw-dropping. Only for approx Rs. 2000, it’s totally worth every single penny. It offers something for everyone! Be it vegetarian, non-vegetarian, authentic or western cuisines – they have them all under one roof.
Located in Mahilpalpur, the lavish property – Radisson Blue Hotel homes some brilliant themed restaurants, one of them being – NYC.
With a HUGE spread of various cuisines, NYC offers a balanced menu consisting of starters, soups, main course and desserts, both authentic and western.
After a smooth drive to the place, we were lucky enough to be greeted with a warm and welcoming staff. NYC is just a few steps from the reception area and faces a comfortable lounge and bar area. As soon as you walk through the lounge area towards the bakery, you’ll notice the attractive blue logo of ‘NYC’. Take a few more steps, grab your seats and relish the lavish spread!
To keep all the more interesting, NYC holds a different theme each day. As we were invited to visit on sunday, we got the chance to binge upon the chat section too. With golgappas, papdi, bhalla, khandvi, dhoklas and more – it was certainly the attraction of the day.
Next, I made my way through the mezze section which was impressively huge. The spread consisted of babaganoush, Hummus, Tabbouleh, Labneh, Muhammara, Marinated Olives, Lavash with an option of Pita and Whole wheat Pita. Fresh & delightful!
Moving on, we ordered Pizza, Pasta Hariyali Paneer Tikka and Glass Noodle & Vegetable Spring Roll. The paneer and spring rolls were tempting but tasted ordinary. Pizza & Pasta were cooked to perfection; however, the pasta was a let-down for me.
I kept eyeing the welcoming desserts section but controlled my urge and moved on to the next course. To say the main course spread was huge, would be an understatement.
I tasted Tomato Rice, Butter Garlic Pepper Fried Rice, Jeera Aloo Anardana, Bharwaan Dahiwali Bhindi- in the main course. And as they say, there’s always a space for desserts, we couldn’t control the urge to try an array of options including cut fruits, ice creams and various desserts.
Among the many options available, my personal favorites were – Tiramisu, Chocolate Brownie, Raspberry Litchi Bavarious, Fruit Pavlova and Chocolate Walnut Pudding.
The lively ambiance and courteous staff enhances the overall dining experience and so was the case here.
P.S. I am coming back soon. To try other restaurants in the hotel and probably for a weekend brunch @NYC too.