Friday, 13 December 2013

Burgundy's, MRC Nagar - A CFG Showcase



Success and failure go hand in hand. Same applies to Burgundy's. When it opened to public, it was one of the best buffets in town. It was the place to dine in. You needed reservations to get you seats. But the last time I dined here about a year ago, that changed. The buffet was quite ordinary. Nothing really stood out. But it has gone through a sea of changes at various levels. Enter Burgundy's 2.0 and I was here as a part of CFG Showcase to check-out the improvement.




Food:
The buffet had a huge spread. It was a mix of Indian and continental with a slight oriental influence. The selection of salads available was large and one would definitely find something to their liking.

The Chicken Pizza and the Chat were served on the table along with the Chili Chicken and Chicken Kebab. Chicken Pizza is one of the best to be served in town. While the Chili Chicken and Kebab were decent in their own right.






The main course was a huge spread for both veggies and non-veggies. But some items were just too good they require a special mention here. The best of the lot was the Fried Catfish with Sweet Chili Sauce. The fish was fresh, soft with springy outer cover it was quite sensational. The sweet chili sauce was just a bonus to the dish which made it even better. The next dish which I remember was the Crumb Fried Chicken, which was almost similar to KFC but only a little less spicy. Finally I liked the Beef Stew which was proper soft infused in pepper. The combo of this with Indian Breads was great. Of the lot of Indian Breads served, I loved the Garlic Naan the best.

How can I miss mentioning the Ambur Chicken Biryani, which was quite good, much better than  those served at most star hotels but definitely not the authentic one. There were also various other Indian and Chinese gravies, but I found these dishes the best.




For Dessert, the spread was huge with Chocolate Eclair, Chocolate Cake, Peach Tart, Lemon Pie, an assortment of Indian sweets and finally a selection of Gelatos. Sampling little of each was just sufficient to fill my tummy. Burgundy's has definitely run a full circle, moving away from the slump.

Ambiance:
The ambiance is very upmarket, with loads of seats. If you do get the option of dining outdoors, I definitely would suggest you to do that.

Price:
The dinner buffet here is priced at Rs 975/- which is good value for money.

Burgundy's is located in MRC Nagar opposite Hotel Leela Palace.
www.burgundyrestaurants.in

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*A review about a place holds good only for 6 months as there can be a change in quality and quantity of the food, the service and the staff, due to reasons best known only to them. So kindly consider these factors while visiting the places
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