Buffet with a difference

Published: 10th August 2013 12:18 PM  |   Last Updated: 10th August 2013 12:18 PM   |  A+A-


A buffet with over 20 items to choose from, that too at a price that would hardly pinch your pocket! If this sounds tempting, you need to head straight to Hotel Pushpak, one of the oldest in the city of Bhubaneswar, that has been serving its customers with this sumptuous offer for quite some time now.

The ongoing buffet lunch at Hotel Pushpak, located at Kalpana Square, has everything to satiate the taste buds. With three different kinds of cuisine including Indian, Chinese and Tandoor and as many veg dishes as non-veg, the buffet is absolute value for money.

While for one person, it costs Rs 250, for two persons, the offer gets better at Rs 450.

From a Chicken Curry or Chilli Chicken to a Fish Jhalfrezi, the non-vegetarians have ample dishes to look forward to. Similarly, for the veg lovers, there is plenty to relish, be it a paneer butter masala or a veg manchurian.  Veg starters, soup and noodles are also a part of the buffet. Those with a sweet tooth can either go for gulab jamun or kheer.  The best part of the buffet is the unlimited food served in one plate.

For Wednesdays and Sundays, there is a special buffet for a price of Rs 299 which has some additional delicacies like chicken starters and the very popular mutton roganjosh. ‘’Fifty years in business and we are still going strong. This buffet is just an attempt to match with the modern pace. We are also renovating the entire hotel to give it a new look,’’ said general manager Sanjeev Kar.

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