Bright, light and with stonking views – this all-day dining restaurant is located on the 18th floor of the hotel and is bathed in natural light – all the better for seeing the delish comfort foods that are on offer here.
We tried our first ever Indian-made chocolate teppanyaki here, and we can report that it was leg-bucklingly good. Feel free to ask for made-to-measure dishes here – the staff and chefs really do aim to please and will delightfully kowtow to requests (within reason, obviously).
There are a lot of live stations to choose from, so feel free to chat to the chefs there.
High tea is notable here too. It begins at a leisurely hour in the late afternoon, with English tea selections served with a twist. If you’re travelling with children in tow, or are feeling brave, there’s a safari-themed brunch every Sunday.