Lake View Cafe, Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel Reviews, Powai, Mumbai - Burrp
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nirav4u - Burrp User


July 19,2016

Excellent view and in city, yet gives a

I had been here with my family (family of 4, 2 adults and 2 children). I must say the food and ambience is top notch. We were fortunate enough to visit this place when they had Maharashtrian food festival and hence we were able to get the best delicacies of Maharashtra.

What can I say about service - better than top notch.

Well actually all the waiters are superb, a special mention for Rohan who was really superb and extremely courteous. Kudos to the restaurant, they keep their staff very happy.
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Niv 1960

April 30,2015

An Island of Food

It is situated just adjacent to the lake and provide a great view. An island of sorts in the centre of the hustle-bustle of Mumbai. The food options are a lot with different cuisines. Both veg and nonveg starters were amazing- hot corn tikka, paneer tikka, soft and succulent seekh kabab, fish pakora- all these yummy starters were accompanied by wide variety of drinks. Finally the desserts added the icing on the cake - we had hot brownie, halwa, , boondi in kheer and 2 types of icecream. However prices are quite high especially if you have additional beverage like beer or wine.
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Walter white

April 01,2015

Cool place to have dinner

First time I came to mumbai, I stayed here. Have had many meals here and this part of them is really strong. Would recommend anyone who would like dine out in Powai, you should try this place for sure. Visited here with my senior family members and we ordered Kadai Paneer and Daal and ROti s with it. The food was served in just 15 mins and was very good. The staff took really good care of us.
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Foodie Love

March 18,2015

Truly a kings treat!!

I had visited this place for an office party on a Friday evening.
Both veg and nonveg serves were amazing- hot corn tikka, paneer tikka, soft and succulent seekh kebab, chicken tikka and fish pakora- all these yummy scrumptious starters were complimented by wide variety of mocktails. The desserts added the icing on the cake - hot brownie, halwa, small jamuns, Kheer boondi and 2 new flavors of icecream. The biryani was dry and over spiced. Pasta and marinated veggies with Mediterranean dips and Stew were decent. Lemony and creamy hummus with the right consistency was one of my favorite in the entire menu.
The buffet dinner was set by the lake which added 5 stars to the overall experience. It's a peaceful place with tasteful Items. Not too hard on the pocket. The view gets all the score here.
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RADHAKrishna 9393

March 17,2015

Lavish royal buffet

Splendid, extraordinary location helps you disconnect from the hustle and bustle of Mumbai in a peaceful serene environment.
Beautiful ambiance and a lavish buffet spread makes it a winner for sure.
They have a wide array of food and desserts and chaats. They serve the best Thai rice, 5 to 6 varieties of kinna chaats and also have south Indian live counters, soft pasta, crepes and also yummy, hot and the best jalebis. This place takes you for a luscious food tour. The desserts offered will blow your mind away despite your sweet tooth.
Apart from food, this place gives you the feel of as if you are sitting in a grand palace. The buffet caters to all kinds of taste buds. The price is justified considering the spread. I would love to go there again.
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foodie2901 - Burrp User


September 27,2012

Good place for a business lunch

The most striking thing about the place is its ambience. Great view of the Powai lake. Powai has hardly any options of a 5 star restaurant , so if you have a quick and important business lunch there is no other decent option. They have a wide variety of salads in the buffet , but really need to add a few kebabs as well. Main course is alright , nothing extraordinary. The desserts steal the show. Wide variety, excellent flavour. Service could improve a bit though.
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prajaktashrotri - Burrp User


May 22,2012

Mouthwatering desserts and salads

Feasted on the lunch buffet spread through snap deal voucher. Amazing desserts..about 20-30 of them..also a great range of salads..the staff is very cooperative too..The Indian dishes were good but it is the desserts that walk away with the trophy.. Worth a try..
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amruta007 - Burrp User


September 24,2008

Place 2go2 celebrate

Let me make this compact..
Positives:1)Amazing desserts..u jus name it n they have it.
2)v.Good salads..Some indian some pasta salads..overall v good selection
3)Vast indian main course. Fresh and tasty punjabi food..U possible cant taste everythin.
4)Great service
5)Fantastic washroom...Actually that was the best part.
Negatives:1)There is no lake view in the evening..there is a beautiful view..looks like queens necklac but the trees cover it all.

I went there to celebrate and was in a superb mood and wanted to splurge and feel rich and thats it...I was prepared dat d food wud b v 5 star like n I would end up starving..But that wasnt the case..Everythin is delicious..!!

Besides its the closest 5 star hotel for the people living in Mulund, Thane...
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Nidhee kekre

April 17,2007


After having been a total loyalist to their Chinese outlet I was amazingly disappointed by the café. After having racked our brains to the hilt we decided to go to this Sunday brunch. Inspite of making reservation we were surprised to see that the person who had taken the request had forgotten to write it down. Well. We were given another table. So far so good. The brunch had three types Only food for 1000/- per person inclusive of taxes Food and vodka based cocktails for 1200/- per person inclusive of taxes Food and sparkling wine for 1000/- per person inclusive of taxes We opted for the second one. And to our relief the bartender was the best I have ever met. A friendly person, quick to understand the needs and come up with excellent solutions. I am not a big cocktail buff but he had me hooked to this Spanish cocktail called Bronze. Smooth and potent. The food was a major source of disappointment. The salads were sorry, the cold cuts were good but very few choices and they served caviar with a steel spoon, now need I say more?The main course was equally depressing. The pasta with bolognaise sauce took over 20 minutes to be served and trust me I could only eat a forkful… so insipid. The roast lamb with peanut and cous cous was ok and the roasted pork with apricot was downright sorry. The only edible item was the chicken biryani. The only silver lining to the food were the roast turkey (with a terrible cranberry sauce and a very good horse radish sauce) and the roast beef (with the brilliant brown sauce). As for desserts they were trying some modified version of the Crêpe Suzette, but the crêpe was a tad too thick making it insipid. The chocolate walnut cake pieces with the flowing hot chocolate were good and the fresh fruit cake awesome. Service 10 on 10 (it being sunday brunch the atmosphere was casual yet courteous.)Food: 6 on 10 ,Bar: 10 on 10
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