Holiday inn being a business hotel has always been budget & comfort.
I have been to this place many times and always liked the buffet. Compact and sweet I would term it.
So we stepped in and it was colours bursting with vibrancy as colourful curtains hung and charkha adorned the table.
We tried the malai Paneer, Paneer tikka, barbeque cauliflower and more. It was absolutely stunning.
Also the sarso ka shakh and mace Di roti were the show stealer.
What I like about them is that the food is great with great prices .
Its approx Rs1300+ taxes without alcohol . Also, they have other cuisines like Italian pizzas, two – three Chinese picks and yes not to forget the chaat.
What they had to offer more was, the good spread of desserts .
Jalebis, shahi Tukda, rabdi, mango mousse, chocolate mousse and so much more.
There were fresh fruits, coffee and more.
The food was not a disappointment as many good 4-5 star properties do. It was wholesome.
Also the chef had specialised in his cuisine which made the meal even better.
We had a wonderful time as a whole.
You all should savour in some Punjabi food as the festival is on till April end.