It’s been a few months since Sheraton opened it’s doors in Hyderabad. I remember the tour that the guys at Sheraton took us around to see their upcoming InAzia and Chime. Trust us you guys, there is a real beauty being built behind those closed doors. And once the concept of InAzia, a lounge which transforms to a club by the night is done, it sure will be the most happening place to be at.
As with the hotel, the food at Feast too is on a transformation phase and with each visit, there is something new to offer. The ongoing Roast and Reds food festival shows promise. It’s a beginning of a journey for Feast itself. Soon as you walk in through the doors of Sheraton at Gachibowli, Feast lies on your immediate left with lots of options on the food spread. The Farmer’s Market Brunch at Feast is a one of a kind brunch to take place in the city, where you can shop and dine at the same time.
The menu for the Roast and Reds Food Festival shows so much promise. It’s an eclectic mix of continental, Indian and Chinese take on roast. A look at the Indian section and you have options with lots of variety. Trust me, they will not leave you disappointed if you’re a meat lover. Firstly let me start off with a little bit for the vegetarians. The Tandoori Veg platter might sound a little meh in terms of name but wait till you get the spice hit off the Hare Mutter ki Shammi. Lately vegetarian food seems to be attracting me a lot and I ain’t complaining with such variety of options. The stuffed mushrooms were polished off within seconds and for a hard-core meat eater, the Magaj broccoli needed a little bit of convincing for me to eat.
Now over to some real food i.e Meat. Galauti Kebabs are hard for me to resist. Extremely soft minced meat with the apt amount of spices and a bit of polish of the garam masala to give the spice hit. Ohh, they were perfect. The Dohara Seekh Kebabs were good too, but they had a hard time following up after the Galauti Kebabs to tantalize my taste-buds.
Being an Asian-food aficionado, it was hard controlling my smile once the sour dough wrapped prawns and Indonesian Roast Duck arrived. The prawns were brilliantly marinated in fresh basil and deep friend. All it needed was a dash of lime and a dunk into the paprika aioli. The duck needed a little bit of marination to seep in but was alright. The Lemongrass Grilled Chicken plated like lollipops on a shoot of lemongrass carried loads of flavor of the lemongrass but it wasn’t overpowering.
The next dish to come out of the kitchen at Feast, Sheraton needs a little bit of drum-roll before it reaches the table. Once a wise man said that if nothing is going right, add a little bit of barbeque to your life. That’s why we have the barbeque to uplift everything to a level of delicious. The chicken wings had been extensively marinated in barbeque through the night, with the sauce taking every chance to seep inside. It’s then roasted in the oven and what I had was heavenly.
There were also the Chicken Shish Taouk, Lamb and Chicken Keftas on the menu of Roast and Reds food festival. If you’re a meat lover, then this definitely warrants a drop-by. And if you’re not, the drop in to be converted into one.
Address : Sheraton Hyderabad Hotel, 115/1, ISB Road, Financial District, Nanakramguda, Gachibowli, Hyderabad
Phone : 040 49251111