Tea Pot @ Mayfair Lagoon, Bhubaneswar

Posted on March 16
Location: London
Tea Pot @ Mayfair Lagoon, Bhubaneswar

The Mayfair Lagoon Bhubaneswar is reminiscent of another world. Within its magnanimous grounds;  are lush gardens which are well-tended. There's a lagoon inside the hotel grounds and it's feels like a resort. It's a relative low-rise with long corridors and rooms distributed over the grounds. 

There's no shortage of amenities -  a gym, spa, swimming pool, lounge area, tennis court, health club and plenty of nooks and corners for spontaneous meetings.  Decor-wise, it is a mish-mash of various influences -  Thai statues, Balinese decorative, European marble busts, Buddha images, a vintage car & a vintage aeroplane. So it's a bit unconventional that way, but everything is well maintained, polished, mopped, and not broken. It really is a big step up from the hectic mucky streets outside.

During my each visit to Bhubaneswar, I have visited Mayfair Lagoon for food of some sort.  Their oriental restaurant “Lemon Grass” is an all time classic, which has a lovely ambience, and they make really high-quality indo-Chinese food. From the items listed on the menu;  my favourites  are the  “Bali prawns”, “Date-jaggery ice-cream”, “Coconut ice-cream”, and other Chinese starters.

When in Mayfair; one will be easily spoilt with choice for food. The hotel has 8 restaurants in total;  such as a Bakery, a North Indian restaurant, an Oriya restaurant, a Chinese restaurant, an all-day international restaurant, a Bar, and much more.

This time around during my trip to India;  I was introduced by a friend to another exotic restaurant  “Tea Pot”  within Mayfair Lagoon campus, which I end up visiting few times for breakfast and dinner.  It serves a choice of continental and Indian food  . The Indian breakfast is particularly good, with a wide variety of freshly-prepared local dishes and also my favourite Indian style Chicken sausages.   I must say;   “Baked Fish with Cilantro sauce” “Tea Pot”  restaurant within Mayfair Lagoon; is the dish I relished most, during entire course of my recent trip to India.  It just needs to be tasted to be believed. Simply Lip-Smaaaaacking!!!    

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