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Cilantro, Trident Hilton, Gurgaon – A review October 15, 2007

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Date: October 14, 2007

Time: 7:40 pm to 11:00 pm

City: Gurgaon (NCR-Delhi)

Country: India

Hotel: Trident Hilton; Owners: Prakash Singh Badal & Son; Management EIH (Oberoi Hotels); Affiliations: Hilton Group, USA

Restaurant: Cilantro

Occasion: Invite from a friend 

Location: 2 Km from Delhi Border on NH 8, Right hand side while going from Delhi to Jaipur –

Map: http://www.mapsofindia.com/hotels-india/hotels-indian-cities/gurgaon-hotels.html

Drinks: Fresh Lime Soda – Salted – No issues (They don’t understand – Lemonade); Tomato Juice – No issues; Sprint – No Issues; Old Monk Rum (Not available); Bacardi Reserve (Server doesn’t understand difference between Bacardi Breezer & Bacardi Reserve)..

Starters: Hara Kabab – Neither hara nor Kabad; Paneer Tikka – Too thin slices; Murg Kabab – Delicious, mouth watering.

Main Course: Steamed Rice – Not very good quality of rice, and not properly steamed; Goa Fish Curry – Good Fish, Good Cury, Great Flavor; Paneer Kathi Roll – Good Rolls, Good Stuffing; Good Quality of Paneer and vegetables; Chola-Kulcha – Great Fresh Kulchas; Good Cholas; Thai Chicken Curry – Not to the taste of anyone on the table.

Portions: Fine

Rates: Could be lower

Decor: Out of the world

Service: Could be much better

Chairs: Great & comfortable

Ambiance: Lively

Change in Name: I a informed that the hotel has been named as The Trident, Gurgaon – May 24th, 2008

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