This vibrant 24/7 restaurant of The Leela is all set to introduce Japanese specialities soon. Bathed by daylight let in by the floor-to-ceiling windows with their view of the lush green outdoor and cascading waterfalls is a show kitchen which sits at the heart of the restaurant. Make it a point to request for a table by the large French windows which lets in a view of the greenery and waterfalls. Along with the usual fare, Citrus serves dedicated and outstanding South Indian flavours delivered by specialized chefs. Ask for the Appam and Ishtew, Allepey Fish Curry, Taher Sadam. The old favourites remain the the unerringly Pan-seared Chilean Sea Bass, Garlic Potato Flan, Broccoli and Caper Olive Sauce and for the health conscious, the Wholewheat Spaghetti in Bolognaise Sauce. And they work magic with the buffets too (Breakfast Buffet for `1,150, Lunch Buffet for `1,750, Dinner Buffet for `1,850 and Soup ‘n’ Salad Buffet for `1,225 and the Dessert Buffet for `1,075) which invariably has interesting and unusual dishes. Pizzas (straight from the wood-fired oven) are hugely popular as are Paneer Makhni, Chicken Tikka Makhni and pastas. They have a separate Thai counter for Thai dishes. The Sunday Brunch with a live DJ (`2,750 plus taxes with alcohol) which is always sold out. Home-made sorbets... Raspberry, Lemon Mint and Mango are the other hot-sellers here.
Review posted this week
I went to Citrus for their brunch buffet a couple of days ago. They have a fantastic spread. The food was delicious and the ambiance is brilliant. It's tranquil and the service is as good as you'd expect it to be.
They had a wide array of seafood options, some tasty cold cuts and a lot of vegetarian options too.
antipasto citrus is very cool.
They have dosa, shawarma and pork roast counters where the chefs will whip you what you ask of them.
They also have alcohol included in as part of the buffet - they have one brand for each spirit available. Champagne part of the buffet too, but this buffet is priced a little higher.
All in all, definitely a great option for a lazy Sunday brunch.
Favorite Dishes / Drinks: Antipasto Citrus
Review posted this week
SUCH a GREAT place,,,,,,,,
This is one of the best places for buffet dinner in Mumbai. They have the most unique and innovative buffet spread I have seen in town and have compared it to all restaurants worth its salt in Mumbai.
I love their innovation in Indian food. Not to forget the wide selection of fish and continental food.The desserts are super awesome. And contain mix of both indian sweets and pastries, cakes etc.
Citrus charges you CRAZY for their FRIDAY NIGHT BUFFET and has the worst spread and worst Food of all 5 star Hotels. Breakfast may be rated as one of the best but not the dinner certainly
Favorite Dishes / Drinks: indian food
Review posted this month
Where will you get proper Spanish food in Mumbai. Almost no-where. Food is killer and staff extremely friendly. Always love this place. Decor is amazing.
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