Ageing but well-maintained like many of its Bollywood film star patrons, the Sunset Room serves above-average Indian, European and Chinese fare. As the book goes to press, I pop in for a quick meal and find this handsome Swiss-villa-look-alike restaurant with its wooden panels, continuing to serve up popular old favourites. Try the Fried Fillet of Pomfret (Kajol's favourite) or do what regulars like Jeetendra, Rishi Kapoor, Rakesh Roshan do... try everything from the International, Indian and Chinese options. Filmstars and foreign airline crews alike descend upon the Baked Crabs, Lobster Thermidor, Chicken a la Kiev, Fish Grand Milan, Chicken Paprika, Chicken Rosebelle and Tandoori Chaanp Masala, and signature sweet endings like Sizzling Walnut Brownie with Ice Cream and Tiramisu!
P.S. Sunday Buffet Brunch (Rs.1,500+ without alcohol; Rs.1,600+ with alcohol mocktails, cocktails, and unlimited beers, white and red wine — Indian) includes swimming.
Review posted more than a year ago
Sunset Room is quite an old place and I frequently visit this place. It is still a well-maintained with good service staff place. Even the food is quite delicious. I like Fried Fillet of Pomfret and Baked Crabs. Lobster Thermidor, Chicken à la Kiev and Fish Grand Milan are delicious too. The food is amazing and yummy here. The staffs are friendly and prompt. You don’t have to wait for food for long. You order and it is served on the table for you. Sunset Room is quite a nice place to have a good dinning.
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