Lovely food, ambiance, service. Price is moderate. After all it's one of those legends of Camac Street.
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The decor is average, food is good but not mind blowing. Good for large groups. The place was crowded. Prices are on the expensive side
Have been visiting the restaurant since quite some time, however, recently they seem to have deteriorated. The food options are lesser and the prices have gone down too. Still okay for casual eating out,. but no longer a fine dine eatery.
We visited this restaurant on 3rd January, 2016 and invited our family to the same for celebrating our first marriage anniversary. The table was booked for 15 people which included 2 kids of less than 5 years. Firstly, they do not have any round table...More
Well set out tables. Good ambience coupled with good food Buffet is a great option for lunch especially if you want a quick but decent spread. Guests,both local as well as foreigners will enjoy the food as they include Indian,Chinese and continental in their lunch...More
We went there by chance and had a great time with family. Excellent Environment Family Rooms Dal Makhani was out of the world Chicken kebab was extraordinary overall main items were really good i will go back
Was here with family for an occasion. I was here after quite a few years and the entire look had changed. I quite liked the welcoming interior and the ambience. The serving staff were good and courteous. The let down was the Indian cuisine which...More
Starters were simply superb. The meal was well cooked, lot of variety and fresh in taste. The Bar menu offered excellent choices. Service is very prompt and overall it has been a wonderful first experience.
We went to Ivory Kitchen for lunch and decided to try the buffet. The variety on offer was simply mind boggling. There were a wide variety of chaat, along with a wide variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian items. There was rice, noodles, pasta. There was...More