Savour your meals just like the ‘burra sahibs’ of the colonial era, at our stately Dining Room. The global menu is a treat, offering eggs-to-order, smoothies, pancakes, idli, dosa, North Indian, Italian, Middle Eastern, Chinese classics and a range of hamburgers, pizzas and sandwiches through the day. Freshly-plucked ingredients from the hotel’s bountiful garden ensure that every dish is bursting with organic flavour. Diners can pre-order for their choice of dishes that are not on the menu, based on the availability of seasonal ingredients and a consultation with the Chef. Individual dietary requirements are eagerly accommodated.
A highlight at the Dining Room is the opportunity to taste the hyper-local Badaga tribal cuisine, native to the Nilgiris. A farm-to-fork Badaga meal comprises fresh beans, vegetables, chicken curries, millet flatbreads and delectable desserts. This 400-year-old robust cuisine is a precious gastronomic heritage that our chefs have extensively researched and recreated for foodies. The Dining Room also serves a selection of Anglo-Indian dishes, vintage British recipes that were reinvented by Indian khaansamas in the colonial era. This is an experience best enjoyed in the 8-seater Private Dining Room with its old-world, formal vibe. Our chefs share delightful retro food stories while serving dishes like Crêpe Farmhouse, a savoury pancake with vegetable and sprout fillings, inspired by the dosa, and Dak Bungalow Murgi Roast, a country fowl curry rustled up at travellers’ rest houses in the colonial era.
An old English style bar, serves fine Indian and international spirits, wines and liqueurs. Savor inventive cocktails and mocktails inspired by Tea Mixology that are curated concoctions with exclusive Nilgiri teas in its most versatile form.
An all-day dining lounge, overlooking the lush green lawns. Savor a variety of exclusive estate teas, beverages and multi-cuisine hors d'oeuvres. Rewind the time and experience Victorian style Savoy high-tea in its true essence.