Multi cuisine restaurants fill me with a lot of trepidation. Trepidation because they are usually mess up most of the cuisines they are showcasing, so I wasn’t entirely convinced of my visit to Tamra.
Located on level one of the Shangri la Hotel, Tamra’s space takes you by surprise. It is lavish and beautifully spread out with one side overlooking the Hotel’s garden. It can seat upto 189 guests and the buffet dinner is unique as it as many as five live cooking stations serving delicious fare.
Tamra’s open theatre stations are Asian, Indian and regional, Japanese and Teppanyaki, homemade gelatos and a Dessert Bar, Cold Cuts, Cheeses, Breads and a Salad Bar.
Our meal began with a scrumptious sushi platter and a special recommendation is the tuna, the crab sushi and the salmon nigri. The fish is amazingly fresh and the balance of flavours make it one of best…
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