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Sigree, Speciality Restaurants’ latest endeavour, revives the lost art. Indian cooking wasn’t always rich or laden with dollops of cream-based gravies. It was simple, minimalist and retained the original flavours of each ingredient.
I have, on earlier occasions, been to Sigree. I have to say that the restaurant has slipped a bit. It could be a good place for a small group (~4), but anything that is a large group is a number of covers that they don't have competent staff to handle.
The weekday lunch is a bit of a jostling crowd at the buffet table and, the spread is not so spectacular. Just so. A group of us (18, to be exact) were at this place on the 27th. And, it wasn't a really enjoyable experience. There are certain basic bits that a restaurant needs to have down as a routine. An example, glasses of water at the... read more
a perfect fine dine hotel..serving you good food..u can go for a buffet or for a la carte menu..the dal makhni is to die for...service might take some time but the wait is worth it..heard they have opened a new branch in aundh too...