Recently I spent a day at the Radisson Blu Dwarka to shoot a little for their all day dining restaurant ‘Spring‘. At Spring, lazy Sundays are made special with a lavish ‘Champagne Brunch’ carefully crafted by celebrity chef Rakesh Sethi and his team. Diners can experience a sumptuous spread complimented with an unlimited service of Champagne or soft beverage of choice. It was my first visit to the 217 room property and I was in for a pleasant surprise.
The Radisson Blu Dwarka, a bustling property in the heart of Dwarka, is situated in the capitals largest green residential area, strategically located a 15 minutes’ drive from Indira Gandhi international and domestic airport. All ten floors offer a panoramic view of the city on one side and a beautifully done atrium lobby on the other. For food connoisseurs, the hotel offers a range of dining and entertainment experience at the restaurants including: Spring – an all-day-dining restaurant; Rice – the Oriental restaurant ; Dvar – the gateway to India which offers contemporary interpretations of traditional Indian cuisines by Celebrity Chef Rakesh Sethi; Zeppelin the contemporary lounge bar and Atrium the pastry & confectionary store.
Sundays are made special at Spring, where they promise something for every taste from Pan-Asian to Indian Classics and Western cuisine. They assure that you’ll never have to settle down for anything less than a freshly made meal served from the live buffet counters or from the lavish menu of sorts available at the reataurant. ‘Tis the moment for Champagne indulgence!
Located on the lobby level, Spring has a contemporary look and feel where dining is more of an experience rather than just a sumptuous indulgence. The pristine white interior of the place is flushed with natural light filtering through stylish floor to ceiling glass windows. Offering fresh and innovative food concepts, with dishes cooked à la minute by chefs in each of the five interactive kitchens, the restaurant promises to deliver food straight from the pan to the plate.Lazy Sunday afternoons might never be the same again!
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