Went there as part of a office party. We were accomodated on a long table in the middle of two banks of normal seating. The buffet spread was at the end of the long room with a separate table for the sweets and juice. Being a office party the food was served at our tables and we had additional menu items apart from the buffet. There were two cold chicken salads and two veg salads apart from coleslaw and corn salad. A veg and non veg soup. The non veg for the say was chicken manchow soup and was quite good. We were served aloo tikkis, kungpao potato, tandoori chicken tikka, chicken manchurian, and a fish tikki and fried fish bites. Everything was tasty. The paneer tikka was quite soft and the marinade was flavourful. Each table had a three-bowl apparatus that held one bowl each of schechuan sauce (tasty), mint and curd chutney, and curd based yellow dip. All these dips were quite tasty and were convenient considering the large variety of starters which were being brought to the table.
The main course was chicken biriyani, indian breads (roti, naan, etc as per request) and chicken, mutton and paneer curries.
The sweet counter held indian as well as continental sweet dishes and everything was quite delicious. The only grouse I had with the whole buffet was that the bread rolls were a touch dry. Although, if you'd like to skip that, as most people do, there wasn't anything to fault in any of the dishes and that says a lot.
The Fleur which is the restaurant within The Ferm Hotel, doesn't serve alcohol. Not sure if there are other restaurants/ bars in the hotel which do.
This would be a recommended place to eat if you're in the area and is quite close to the highway as well as the station so access isn't a problem. There is valet parking available.
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