Zeta: 5-star experience without burning a hole in your pocket.
Really, when was the last time you visited a restaurant in a 5-star property and came out either fully satisfied or without the guilt that you paid too much? Well, those were the two expressions Pallavi and I shared after walking out of Zeta at Hyatt regency today post our lunch.
Below are the list of dishes we ordered and I’ve given them a rating based on what I felt.
Focassia and Garlic bread in a basket along with a dip. The focasia was moist and the latter, pungent and well toasted. (4/5)
Ordered a bottle of Sula Dindori as its something that would go with the food that we were to order. Surprised to see them selling it at just Rs.1600 while your neighbourhood theka sells it at Rs.1150.
The BCG (Rs.250): A filo baked with brie cheese, stuffed with onions, raisins tossed in a delectable papaya relish. This dish stole my heart! An absolute BANGER (5/5)
Iranian Koobideh (Rs.375): A vegetarian take on the world famous meaty flattened kebab served with a roasted Bhavanagiri chilli. (4/5)
Della Cassa (Rs.525): A 10″ woodfired thin crust pizza topped with garlic confit, jalapeño, SDT, a dash of pesto and a wholesome pour of olive oil. Finger-licking GOOD! (4.5/5)
Ricotta and spinach ravioli (Rs.595): Ravioli and gnocchi are perhaps my least favourites in the pasta family. But then again, this dish was exceptional. Ravioli stuffed with ricotta and spinach and carefully tossed in an arrabiata sauce. Delectable! (4/5)
Lemon Tart (Rs.300): My least favourite of all the dishes. I know they’ve used a granola brittle, but the tart was so thin that it almost was non-existent. The favours were definitely on point though. (3/5)
Overall, a truly memorable and VFM dining experience to end the looong weekend. Made more VFM after applying the 15% discount using the PEO card 🙂