Located on the Pune-Bangalore Highway, The Orchid Pune, is a five-star property and an Ecotel Hotel in India that exudes grace and luxuriance. Away from all the hustle-and- bustle of the busy city, The Orchid Hotel in Pune is at an ideal distance from many IT and software hubs in Pune – making it the business traveller’s preferred choice of booking.
Sprawled across six acres of stunning landscaped gardens, The Orchid Pune, is host to an assortment of world-class conference rooms, banquet halls, and outdoor lawns for events. The hotel, an instantly recognisable building on the Pune-Bangalore highway, is adjacent to Pune’s only International Sports Complex makes it near-impossible to miss.
The Orchid was the first to launch the Midnight Buffet some years back when nobody had a similar concept. Recently they have Re-Launched the Midnight Buffet at Boulevard Coffee Shop. The BTeam was Invited to for the Tasting the Midnight Buffet which is just 499/- ++ Taxes.
The buffet was a lucullan feast and one of its kind. They had all, right from the Soups, Salads, Starters, Mains with a unique live counter and wide variety of desserts to spoil yourself.
I will just run you through the menu starting from the Soups- Roasted Squash & Almond Soup and Chicken Tom Yum Soup.
Starters were served on the Table: Tandoori Paneer and Veg Dumplings. Paneer was soft and well marinated.
Salads had a good spread which includes the non-veg variants as well.
Coming to Live Counter: As I mentioned earlier that they had a Unique Live Counter, They had a Hand Cart placed within the premises and they were serving Italian Pav Bhaji. We actually hogged on this !! Nicely cut Penne Pasta were tossed in PavBhaji with some Italian herbs and loads of Cheese/Butter. It was served with the homemade fresh and soft pav.
Mains: It was again a huge spread like Bhavnagari Salan and Indian Veg Stekar, Paneer E-Khas, Malaysian Stew Noodles, Steamed Rice and Dal Fry. My personal favourite was Paneer E-Khas and Malaysian Stew.
Desserts: Along with some delicious Cakes, Brownies they also had luscious Traditional Indian sweets like Malai Ghewar and Angoori Rasmalai.
They also serve Alcohol which is the Plus point and a reason to visit.
A big shout out to Neha for inviting us and Harshita and Team Boulevard for hosting us.
Disclaimer: I was invited for a complimentary food tasting event. This blog is a narrative of my experience at the event. These are my views that I have expressed in the blog. Others are most welcome to agree or disagree with the same. The blog is not personally or commercially influenced. I have not lifted, copied or plagiarised it from any source either. However, I have done my due diligence via publicly available information on the internet and as shared by the client/PR agency.