Dinner buffet near Delhi Airport at NYC, the multi-cuisine restaurant at the Radisson Blu Plaza is something which you must try if you are a food lover like me. This is the perfect place to experience world class gourmet feast. Each and every dish served here is made only with the premium ingredients sourced from all around the globe which makes it extra fancy. Be ready to be spoilt with choices as you find delicious spinach and ricotta gnocchi and the Indian classic paneer makhni on the same buffet counter.
DINNER BUFFET NEAR DELHI AIRPORT FOR INR. 2150
Dinner buffet at the Radisson Blu Plaza hotel is a bit expensive but when compared to the ambience, service and hospitality, price is absolutely justified. Enjoy unlimited servings of gourmet delicacies, delicately crafted by Masterchefs in the luxurious ambience of a five star restaurant with your loved ones and make your night a memorable one. Dinner menu at this buffet restaurant is very elaborate. Begin your meal with a hearty soup and bread. Indulge in tandoori starters or lip-smacking chaat. Savour the continental and pan-asian mains or comfort your self with the usual desi delicacies. Finish off this experience in a food paradise with your favourite sweet dish. Grab a gulab jamun or an ice-cream and satiate that sweet tooth of yours.
24 hours | À la carte menu, daily
7 pm–midnight | Buffet dinner, daily
HIGHLIGHT OF THE PLACE
The fact that this place has an entire section dedicated to chaat is absolutely mind boggling. Unlike other places, chaat and appetizer section is completely separate and it has a lot more options when it comes to the most loved treats from the Indian cuisine. If you were born and raised in Delhi or have ever been to Old Delhi then be prepared to wander the lanes of nostalgia as you bite into the perfectly seasoned chaat made with the most authentic combinations of spices.
They serve dishes as common as gol gappa and as rare as jalebi chaat. Laccha tokri, dahi bhalle, raj kachori, dahi kachori, bhel puri, sev puri and palak patta chaat are some other items on there menu. It is almost like a street-style set up but just in a more fancy and hygienic way. Guests can get there order customized and it will be served at their table.
OUR BEST PICK
From the pan-asian section, our favourite is the veg. momo. They also had the option for the chicken version but I preferred this one as I am a vegetarian. Momo had a very thin dough sheet. Garden fresh vegetables and fresh cottage cheese minced together were seasoned with ginger, garlic and salt and encased in the super-thin all purpose flour sheet. Momo was really soft, wrapper was silky smooth and had a melt-in-mouth texture. Filling was very flavourful and juicy. Savouring delicious momo dunked in the red chilli chutney activates all your tastebuds which leaves you craving for more.
Appetizers in the Indian section is something which you definitely must not avoid. They had a lot of options but I opted for the aloo bonda and beetroot kabab paired with the mint chutney. Spicy chutney is made with zesty mint and fresh green chillies. It adds the much needed freshness to the deep fried aloo bonda and pan-fried beetroot kababs. I would recommend you to dunk the beetroot kabab in chutney, top it with some onion rings and wrap it in a lettuce leaf for the best experience.
In the main course I opted for steamed rice, kadi pakoda, bhindi do pyaza and sarso ka saag. By this time I was so full that I decided to avoid the breads. They do serve a huge collection of Indian breads which you must try if you can.