Dinner at revolving restaurant was a novel experience that we had yesterday. The revolving restaurant Parikrama is at the 24th floor of a building near Cannaught Place. The floor rotates 360 degrees in 90 minutes. Unfortunately the service was fast and we finished dinner quickly.
We were facing Laxmi Narayan Mandir when we reached the restaurant, by the time we finished our meals we were facing Purana Quila. Small description of the places in front of viewer was hanging from the wall and made the already superb experience enriching.
I would have preferred if they had kept more sofas instead of the chairs that they had kept in the restaurant. They had sofas but they were too few and reserved. The service was fast but not really good. Waiters kept making mistakes repeatedly.
We ordered a Tamatar ka shorba, a lassi, butter naan and Laccha Parantha with Paneer Butter Masala. Food was excellent and view was superb. The restaurant played instrumental music which is not in fashion anymore.
I must say that the restaurant is not as costly as I expected; meal for two was for less than 600 (including 5% service tax)
Ambience: * * * 1/2
Location and concept of restaurant: * * * * *
Food: * * * *
Music: * * 1/2
Service: * * 1/2