The Leela Palace at Bangalore houses a galore of speciality restaurants that offers world class dining. This is just one feature of the hotel; the rest includes palatial decor with ornate gardens and cascading waterfalls. The Leela palace is a feeling of grandeur and opulence that is a sharp cut from the busy streets Bangalore. For those who have visited The Leela Palace, it has surely been a memorable journey, but those who haven’t experienced The Leela Palace yet, we’ll talk you on a stroll down the iconic lanes of this lavish hotel. Let’s first start with Citrus – The Leela Palace, Bangalore.
Citrus is true to its name. The ambience is bright and peppy with citrus and sunshine hues. The restaurant located at the lobby level of the hotel is an all-day dining restaurant. Live grills, wood-fire pizza oven and bread oven stations make Citrus stand out from its contemporaries.
Citrus showcases the finest cuisines of the world namely Asian, Indian, Italian, Thai, Malaysian, Continental, Mexican, Lebanese and more. Citrus also takes care of those who are health conscious. They have a special Citrus spa salad with organic lettuce, roasted squash, pumpkin seeds, honey chestnut, preserved lemon oil, lightly smoked grilled salmon fillet, green pea puree and basil. Every ingredient used in this special salad is fresh and healthy in some way or the other. The other speciality dishes of Citrus include Lump Crab Cake, Black Angus Steak, Karuvepillai Yera and Sarsonwalli Machhli Tikka.
Sunday Brunch is very special at Citrus . It is revelry with a number of food displayed, live cooking stations where chefs are ready to cook anything you wish to have and a spread of sinful desserts. Citrus Grand Marnier Parfait served with orange marmalade and raspberry sorbet and the Guayaqul Chocolate Ganache Tart served with hazelnut biscuit and hazelnut ice cream are difficult to resist. Sparkling wine accompanies your Sunday Brunch.
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