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La Piazza celebrates Italian trattoria style authentic cuisine with a live kitchen. Enjoy a delicious Christmas eve at Hyatt Regency’s restaurant. Do try out the lunch buffet on New Year’s eve, which serves antipasti options showcasing the best of Italian cuisine by Chef Alessandro Sandrolini. There will be a delectable selection of pastas, pizzas and main course. Also enjoy champagne brut, wine, beer, martini.
Pricing: Rs 3,250 plus taxes Time: 12 pm
Plaza Premium Lounge ushers in the festive season with delicious meals and blissful desserts throughout December. Some exciting mouth-watering desserts include Santa Oreo, sinful walnut pie cheesecake and blueberry vanilla-lemon tea cakes.
Pricing: Rs 1800 plus taxes When: Till December 25
If you are at QLA, be sure that live music will keep your pulse tapping and drinks swirling while an aroma of flame grills and barbecue will whet your appetite. It is introducing grill-house Sundays. One can opt from braised lamb medallions with barbecue glaze, tequila-soaked pork belly braised and grilled, Marco Pierre white's fish and chips.
Pricing: Rs 2500
Some delectable North Indian street food is coming to town as Lanterns Kitchen and Bar is hosting a North Indian food festival this month. The exquisite menu includes Chapta kebab, Butter Chicken, Fakir ki boti and Garib ke tikke among several others. It also serves Oriental, Mexican, European and fusion. Pricing: Rs 1200 (Meal for two)
With winter arriving at its pace, why not take a cup of tea at Royal China to celebrate International Tea Day? Tea has antioxidants which help us stay young and protect us from damage and pollution. It invigorates our mind and gives ideas to our quotidian habit. Tea can be had swung, rallied, brewed, chilled and in many other ways. Having forded eras and cultures, tea is one of our greatest culinary heirlooms.
Pricing: Rs 2400 plus taxes (4 course meal) When: Till December 15 Time: 12.30 pm to 3.45 pm and 7.30pm to 11.45 pm
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