Indian restaurants

I recently had the pleasure of dining at 1911 in The Imperial, celebrated for its impeccable service standards and premium selection of food and wines. As expected, the European alfresco restaurant continues to satisfy the appetite and meet the expectation of its loyal customers who have grown accustomed to stellar treatment.


I was joined by a friend who assured me I'd enjoy myself but I didn't know how much until the culinary excursion began — after all it has been some time since I last dined here. But I had a delightful time.. great company for dinner and the food.. the food! As we perused the menu for our entrées — we had cocktails and canapés at a Fashion show at the hotel so we skipped starters — my friend ordered 'Slow Baked Seasonal Vegetables' and mentioned it was sumptuous while I chose to go with 'Oven Baked Sea Bass Fillet' coated with herbed crust and mustard. I loved the tantalising fragrance and the first bite didn't disappoint! It had an off-the-hook freshness and flavours I was craving.


Time flew by with delightful conversation and the night ended with Coffee Martini at Patiala Peg — yes it really was a patiala peg!! Reminiscing over the meal on the way home… I can now perceive why 1911 remains the preferred venue for discerning diners who have grown accustomed to the personal attention, quality service and excellent cocktails and cuisine on which The Imperial has built its reputation!