Swagat: Eating Out

Oct 27, 2011

Delectable and Delicious

WHAT MAKES you feel like going out to eat—ambience, privacy, variety, delights and delicacies…L’Angoor scores quite well on this checklist of providing a delicious experience. The name L’Angoor sounds pretty wild and grumpy but the interiors are quite contradictory. Sophisticated and exclusive seating, especially for the connoisseurs of food and peaceful milieu rejuvenates mind and taste buds. The menu has been separately designed for lunch and dinner. You can’t find Indian cuisine on either of them. But there are servings form all the corners of the world which are delectable. The meat-eaters have the doors to heaven open here, having chicken, seafood and lamp in a variety of savors, but the vegans need not be disappointed either. So many dishes confused us, so we opted for chef’s special. According to the manager Anuj Gupta the best way to judge a restaurant is on the basis of its vegetarian food. So we decided to test some dishes on the same parameters and they fared pretty well. The salads wre light and so were the appetizers. Lunch is light and for the supper, there is sumptuous variety for the platter. There is a large choice for desserts, from simple ice creams to exotic Affogato.

What makes L’Angoor special—the chefs prepare the food in front of you. For the liquor-lovers, there is a collection of around 130 wines in the wine cellar. There is live Jazz band performance on Thursdays and Saturdays.



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