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Best 5-Star Buffets To Calm Your Crave

Let's find out the best five-star places to have a buffet under Rs 5000.

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COVID-19 has given a different lifestyle to the entire world, be it working from home or eating out. This new way of living has given a reason to spend quality time and having great food with families. When it has become a tough job to travel, people found another way to cheer them up - dine out. Yes, dining out has become most popular among Indians. It used to be an American lifestyle that has been adopted by Indians now. Let's find out the best five-star places to have a buffet under Rs 5000.

To get into all-you-can-eat buffets, let understand who invented it?  The Swedish popularised this style of eating in the 20th century with the 'smorgasbord' concept, incidentally exhibited at the 1939 New York World's Fair exhibition. However, the 'all-you-can-eat' tagline has been credited to Las Vegas entertainment manager Herbert Cobb McDonald, who introduced the idea in 1956.

JW Marriott
Chef Fulvio knows the art of how to make his customers happy by serving the best authentic food from around the world. The innovative way to present the cuisine at the K-3 restaurant was one of the reasons people glued to the table.  Of course, food is the main reason to be in any hotel/restaurant, but the behaviour of the staff always adds a feather in the cap. 

The K-3 Dinner Buffet serves more than 100 cuisines include Cantonese, Tuscan and North India kitchens. Live kitchens are handled by culinary experts to serve the best.  For non-vegetarian people, the barbeque section is a feast to get the authentic flavours of the meat. The live counter serves barbeque duck and pork with a thick barbeque sauce on the top. 

The freshly baked pizzas from the Italian kitchen are the next ones not to give a miss. Fresh cheeses, Indian chaat corner, salads, soups, biryani, fresh juices, dim sum, freshly cooked stews, special cuisine from Lucknow, and whatnot was available on the counters.

Other than serving food, the hotel is playing its part towards sustainability by producing electricity with food waste and solar panels on the rooftop, said Chef Fulvio.
 
Le Meridien
Nestled in the heart of the city, Le Meridien remained cool and distant, but if you don’t resist being in another place, its charm will embrace you. Yes, this is all uniqueness of such emanates places. The real bond of the hotel always start with the food. It is the one worth visiting place to try authentic Indian cuisine. The menu of the buffet at The One restaurant is not much different from the other hotels, but the flavours' conglomerate gives you the taste of every nook-and-corner of the city.
 
Menu of The One covers the whole globe. The international cuisine is prepared by the chefs who have years of experience of impressing the gastro-fanatics.

From Chef special biryani, korma, korma quesadillas, chettinad chicken curry, lasagne, korma and tenderloin steak, burgers and paninis, to the caramel pudding give you all sorts of mood overindulging and experimental flavours. Apart from the buffet, the restaurant also offers an international selection of à la carte items. From the a la carte the Mediterranean cold mezze platter, grill fish and assorted stone oven pizzas are some of the savouries must try.
 
Kartik Madhura, Senior Restaurant Manager at Le Méridien Hotels & Resorts, said, “Pandemic has united all the families, so we are doing the same by serving the best Indian delicacies and authentic food to our customers. This is the right time to explore our own city with a closer look.”

To taste some Chinese, you have to burn some calories and climb up to the 24th floor of the hotel. To unfold the secrets of the Delhi, Le Meridien Hotel is the must visit place.
 
The Crowne Plaza
Stand strong in the industrial area of Okhla, the IHG’s (InterContinental Hotels Group) Crown Plaza’s buffets is a combination of comforting and adventurous. The modern diner buffet at Edesia offers several multi-cuisine delicacies include non-vegetarian and vegetarians.
 
Smoked chicken, hummus with assorted salads, creamy mushroom pasta, yellow Thai curry, bhuna gosht masala, saikaro steak, chicken stuffed with spinach & feta, traditional cheese burger and murgh biryani can’t let your metabolism system sleep. 

To conclude the dinner on a sweet note, the dessert menu boasts of firni, cakes, pudding, Indian sweets, and croissant pudding was the one must try for those who likes kam meetha or halka meetha.
 
The Roseate
Roseate Hotels & Resorts all day diner ‘ DEL ‘ has unveiled a new menu at Roseate House New Delhi to keep their guests interests piqued.
 
The menu is inclusive with something for everyone and includes popular dishes from Pan Asian, Contemporary, Indian, Italian, Oriental cuisines . Signature dishes include smoked pumpkin soup, Argula Salad , pomegranate and warm goat cheese, High protein quinoa and chick pea burger, Khao Soi ( a Burmese special coconut curry with crispy needles, sprouts, chili paste, garlic, fried onions & peanuts); Chicken Kha Pow (wok fried minced chicken, garlic, chili oyster sauce served with Jasmine rice ); wild mushroom risotto  to name a few.  Few of the Indian signature dishes are Dahi Ke Kebab, Murg Khusik Parda, Kandhari raan, Aloo Bukhara aur Chhene ke kofta … Satiate your sweet tooth with tempting desserts such as Kesari Rasmalai, Flourless Chocolate Cake, New York Cheese Cake, Tiramisu.

Dishes are made using traditional and contemporary cooking techniques to retain the natural flavors and nutrition. In this menu, Health and Wellness is given their due importance and the health conscious and discerning guest can find Healing Juices and Sugar free/Gluten free desserts. Conscious effort has been made to source local grains in dishes along with fresh seasonal local produce by associating with local vendors who in turn support local farmers thus supporting our community as well.

All wanted to have food in a 5-star hotel/restaurant, but do you know - why do we call a hotel a Five-Star or Seven-Star? Please comment below Or mail your responses at [email protected]