-By Deepali Gupta
Palmyra has what it takes, especially with its Mediterranean makeover, but somewhere fails to deliver in the "something special" department. Still, the cold appetizers and salads, of which the Weight Watchers Delight is a good pick, are okay. The Mexican Tortilla Soup, however, fails to meet expectations. And so does the Cajun Chicken Croissant. Try the Grilled Butterfly Prawns, the Grilled Lobster, the Seafood Paella and the Creole Fish. The Fish 'n' Chips, Chicken Steak, and Chicken 'n' Cheese Jumbo Burgers also do well here. The midnight buffet is reasonably priced, but not great. All in all, Palmyra is worth a visit - but only occasionally.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Even after interior makeover Palmyra needs to do a lot more in their food department to make a mark. However, you can still go with salads as well as appetizers which are quite delicious.
In the main course i would recommend you to stick to Grilled Butterfly Prawns, the Grilled Lobster, the Seafood Paella and the Creole Fish. They are upto the mark and signature Palmyra dishes.
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