-By Suresh Hinduja
La Brasserie is the all-day restaurant of Le Meridien, but doesn't quite make it to five-star class. It's prettily poised, overlooking the hotel's poolside, but doesn't make good enough use of its location. The interiors are a throwback to a couple of decades ago. The menu, too, is from that time - all the coffee shop staples of Conti, North Indian and a smattering of Chinese, which rarely rises above Haka Noodles and Szechwan Chicken. La Brasserie has a buffet lunch and a Sunday afternoon spread as well. As it stands, it serves mainly hotel guests, not having quite become a dining destination in its own right.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
From any possible angle La Brasserie does not look like a part of Le Meridien. It requires some serious work on the interior as well as on the menu to lift the overall quality and popularity of this cafe shop.
The menu has Indian, Chinese and Continental cuisines but nothing quite remarkable. Haka Noodles and Szechwan Chichen and all other predictable dishes are in the menu. La Brasserie is just passable..
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