Went to an old favourite after some years, and was so happily surprised to see that everything was just the same — the old world charm, the familiar but long in the tooth decor, the smiling service, and the taste of the food. Though I can’t say that the food is fabulous, it is tasty and feels like the ‘comfort food’ that it is. The baked Alaska I must say did not taste anywhere as good as I remembered it and I felt I was eating poorly dressed up fruit cocktail out of a can! The veg biryani was ho-hum and I was unpleasantly surprised that raita which should be a natural accompaniment had to be paid for!!!! Lamb steak, lamb bourginon and Gammon and Pineapple Sizzler were enjoyed by us. Garlic bread though was soggy and not very appetising.
One thing thought I must mention, even though I do not know whether the fault actually lies with Gaylord or not — I had made a DineOut booking for my guests and I, and received a confirmation for the same that even stated the restaurant manager by name, when we reached there we were told that there was no such booking! I am thankful to Gaylord that they did give us a table inspite of this, but such incidents are not a pleasant way to start an evening. But as the cliche goes all’s well that ends well, and we did go happy to have revisited Gaylord, but in no hurry to return very soon.
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