As a chef, I like to explore different hotels, restaurants, cuisines, places, and experiences in order to enhance my abilities to perform better and supersede my weaknesses by grasping the details of food and beverage from every place I visit. Seven Kitchens came as a surprise to me as I walked in to the restaurant accompanied by my darling wife.
A must visit place for any individual who is aspiring to be a professional chef. If you happen to visit the restaurant, there are two people whom you should meet in order to cherish some mesmerizing moments…Chef Ashwin Kotian ( Chef In Charge ) and Chef Savio Fernandes ( Executive Pastry Chef ). Their creativity displayed at the restaurant would definitely sweep you off the floor. Right from the interiors, food props, buffet ware, to the detailing of the food, everything aggregates to the optimistic sojourn of complacency and admiration.
Amazing and extra ordinary display of desserts right at the entrance of the restaurant with an amazing, eye popping , innovative freezer for display of ice creams, magnificent arena for live belgian waffles and crepes, an interactive isle for salads and healthy options, a secluded kitchen top for various chaats ( which was the only let down, disappointing section ) and a plethora of Indian and European dishes spread across the entire restaurant.
Some of the food was just about average but again may be because it was kept on the buffet for a long time and we reached nearly when the buffet timings were just about over. So definitely will go there well before time to satisfy my taste buds and my craving for absolute pure food. The restaurant is very spacious and so are the different food counters.
Overall, I am really impressed and my special accolades to the entire food and beverage team. You guys deserve a bow.
As a chef, all I can say – A MUST VISIT PACE TO HAVE A GOOD MEAL AND IF YOU ARE A DESERT FREAK, THIS PLACE IS CELESTIAL.