Onto the busy and engaging Highway NH8, this endearingly exquisite hotel sits peacefully at the corner of the road. The Four Point by Sheraton is seemingly a delight to those who are looking for a glorious outing and captivating dining experience. The place is nicely laid out with a nice passage way entrance just dropping you outside the beautiful reception.
As you enter the place the environment is so warm and humble and have a sense of fine Indian culture adopted. As we proceeded to the restaurant, The Eatery, the outlook of the place was neat and pleasing and our welcome was a much humble one. The bar was fabulously set up and the liquor bottles were a delight to the eyes just by looking at it and admiring it.
After all what a foodie needs and that is definitely food, so there was a buffet set up which housed many delicious dishes. We filled our plates with some and came to our table.
What we brought to our table were, Fish curry, Paneer Masala, Chicken Mughlai, Asian Mixed Veg, Rice, Naan, Vegetable Spring Roll, Potato Veggies, Gobhi Masala, Papad, Peach juice, Kiwi juice, Chocolate pudding, Layered pastry, Chocolate Mousse.
Lets talk gills first, The Fish Curry was just great, loaded with Indian spices and masalas and nicely cooked fish which made is soft and less chewy to eat the curry gave a hint of sambhar in it and strike our tastebuds just right. Paneer masala was like traditional shahi paneer and was tasty enough. Chicken Mughlai on the other hand gave us a little surprise with its flavour which was like a fusion of Indian spices and chutneys, it tasted like coriander chutney and the chicken was to the point soft. Asian mixed veg Came to be the nicely made one, it had chinese sauces and spices and a tangy flavour which mesmerised our tastebuds. Rice and naan were like basics, but perfectly cooked.
Vegetable Spring Roll was a different to our tongues, it was a new flavour for us as it tasted like a lasagna flavour filled with spices and tugged inside a spring roll. The Potato Veggies were also the traditionally made one, nicely baked and seasoned properly. And The Gobhi Masala was like an Indian home vegetable but with curry laced on it. All the dishes were complemented with some juices, The Peach juice and The Kiwi juice both were splendid and had pieces of peaches and kiwis inside it which made it even more fresh and the sugar content in them were to the point.
As we concluded with out dishes, it was the time for the desserts, The Layered Pastry was tasty and not too sweet and the red velvet cake touch to it gave it a very pleasing look as well, The Chocolate Pudding was a dessert directly from the heaven, it literally dissolved in our mouths and gave us a sigh of relief of satisfaction. The Mousse cake was also good and had a hint of coffee to it and all the more creamy at the same time. All in all our experience there was just a delight and The hospitality and services they offered were extremely welcoming And superbly amazing. Kudos to the Four Point by Sheraton team.