Planning a wedding at Palladium hotel – Here is everything you need to know

Wine and Dine
If there is a hotel where the phrase ‘wine and dine’ truly means what it is, this would be the closest contender. Lets explore the culinary kitchens of the hotel and decide for ourselves how the distinct cuisines can be incorporated into a wedding. Cos one may do a fabulous job at creating a unique ambience and entertaining the guests in the most amusing ways, but if the guests are not impressed with the menu and go back home hungry and grumpy, we’ve lost the plot!

Tea-time tête-à-tête
Tea-time tête-à-tête
The Piano Lounge
Ideal For – Welcoming & Check-In Lounge / Casual Gatherings / Wedding Planning Related Meetings
This lobby-lounge is perfect for a cup of afternoon tea accompanied with a small bite while discussing décor, menu or other intricate details with the planner, or maybe a flute of champagne to celebrate the union of two families. This lounge that can accommodate 35 guests, serves up an aromatic fare of 54 varieties of teas, infusions, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, coffees and delectable finger foods. The High Tea service includes light bites and decadent desserts like éclairs, ‘macarons, panna cotta and tartlets.

Looks inviting, doesn’t it?
Looks inviting, doesn’t it?
Seven Kitchens
Ideal For – Buffet Breakfast / Sunday Brunch (if Sunday happens to be the ‘vidai’ day) / High Tea / Private Lunch & Dinner
This is an all-day dining space, which apparently comprises of a gourmet menu from seven different cuisines all over the world. It also has private dining spaces within the restaurant, ranging from a group of 10 guests to more, all customisable as per the total number of guests and the type of meal. It can totally accommodate around 250 guests. We’ve heard their Sunday brunches are quite popular among the crème-de-la-crème.
The lunch is priced at Rs 1650 plus taxes, whereas the dinner is priced at Rs 1850 plus taxes.

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Get your coffee fix here!
Get your coffee fix here!
Situated at the entrance of Seven Kitchens is the Barista Bar replete with a wide array of coffee options and a delectable variety of ‘macarons, handcrafted chocolates and cakes made daily at the patisserie.


Oriental Winner Kitchen - Mekong
Oriental Winner Kitchen – Mekong
Ideal For – Signature Private Lunch & Dinner
Now, this one sure is a winner, and quite literally too, having won The Best Oriental and Thai Fine Dining award at The Times Food Awards 2014. Mekong’s award-winning authentic cuisine is derived from the districts of Yunan and Sichuan in China to Thailand and Vietnam. When you enter this restaurant, the ambience instantly makes you behave in a lady-like and gentlemanly fashion. Such is the strong Oriental Zen-like vibe of grace and elegance at the restaurant.

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The restaurant also has three private equally poised dining spaces within its premises, that can accommodate around 12-14 people. Mekong has a seating capacity of around 125 guests and the average mixed menu meal would cost Rs 3500 plus taxes.

As I come to the end of this list, I do gather that although every kind of cuisine is on offer at the Hotel, but in terms of restaurant spaces, I expected the property to have a few more options. Every guest loves the spoilt-for-choice feeling. Sensing I might be thinking this, the hotel management interrupts my thought by adding that there are a few more dining options slated to open doors to public, tentatively in about a month’s time. The Sahib Room & Kipling Bar which would be an Indian cuisine restaurant cum bar, and Yuuka, which would be a Japanese Sushi & Saké restaurant are the two new properties to be inaugurated shortly.

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