He may live without love – what is <g data-gr-id="22">passion</g> but pining? But where is the man who can live without dining?” These lines from the English statesman and poet Owen Meredith, sum up what most of us feel about dining.
The experience of dining has many elements and how these come together determine the feeling of a customer. Keeping the same concept in mind, Lemon Tree Premier Hotel recently organised a fortnight long food promotion at its celebrated pan-Asian restaurant- Republic of Noodles.
The special menu designed for this food promotion boasted of the most interesting selections of South-east Asian cuisine.
Exotic and authentic dishes cooked with the fresh ingredients bought together a world of flavours from Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Burma. Beautifully presented dishes, accompanied by contemporary Indonesian and Thai interior stated the perfect symphony of South-east Asia.
Delighted by the success of the event, Chef Rajeev Janveja said, “This has been the maiden food promotion event for this restaurant at Delhi. It is heartening to see the warm response we have received from food-lovers from different walks of life.
<g data-gr-id="26"><g data-gr-id="25">Republic</g> of Noodles</g> brings a completely new level of the pan-Asian dining experience to Delhi and we look forward to welcoming food enthusiasts on this exotic journey across South-east Asia.”
Facing stiff competition from the standalone restaurants, five-star hotels are now shifting their focus from international customers and have started targeting the local crowd. The approach is to provide a five-star treatment at affordable prices.
Talking about change in the policies of five-star hotels Janveja said, “Five-star hotels have moved beyond the concept of fixed tuxedoes and the defined table manners. The idea is to make people comfortable.”