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Mosaic Hotels Christmas Delicacies At M-LOUNGE

December 14, 2016
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This article needs no introduction, because it’s the spirit of this festivity that brings out the best in any hospitality group and other brands alike. Mosaic Hotels too, getting into the festive mood, has introduced an array of Christmas Delicacies that are now available for the entire month for purchase! And to give us food lovers a personal experience of what they have in store for their Delhi and NCR foodies, they invited us over a tête-à-tête to introduce their Holiday Season specialities. M Lounge Patisserie, which comes under the Mosaic Hotels banner excels in breads, cakes and other assortments like chocolates and breakfast spreads. Keeping in mind the utility of products for a month long holiday season, M lounge has introduced a variety of breads, cakes and edible decors to meet the requirement of their clients. As simple as a bread loaf has been done 3 ways to bring in more flavours and a sense of being merry to everyone’s breakfast table. I personally loved their marble and jam flavoured bread loafs. Priced between INR 125-150 for 500 gms, these bread loafs will last 2-3 weeks and can be micro-heated to retain freshness at the time of serving. For chocolate lovers they have Leopard Bread and Marble Bread as well. For those who love the jam-bread traditional combination, the chef has introduced the Swiss Breakfast Bread and for the health conscious lot they have an array of Mutli-Grain breads too. Their festive star is the Chimney Cake which is basically an edible chimney made of croissant dough stuffed with battery-operated candles and an option of assorted chocolates, cookies and choco-cookies. These chimneys have been designed as a table decoration which can be savoured past it’s decorative show. The chimneys are priced between INR 274-475 and can last for up to …

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#WhyVisit Mosaic Hotels Thai Promotion

February 8, 2016
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The winter this year has been quite a disappointment but has cheered up all the summer loving Delhi-wallahs. The to-do list again includes spending more time outdoors in the Sun, going shopping, hanging out with friends and family and much more.In the midst of all this confusion whether it is Summer or Winter time I got an invitation to review the Flluid restaurant cum bar of the luxurious Mosaic Hotels. You might have already seen our feature on Mosaic Hotel‘s regular menu in our food listings.To remind us of the golden summer time, they are celebrating the Thai cuisine all of this February.

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Quirky Menu of Flluid, Mosaic Hotels

December 22, 2015
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Everytime we plan on dining out, the most prominent perspective that comes to our mind is – sitting in a cosy environment and getting served some hot delicacies right on our table. While hanging out with friends is an easy peasy thing, it is always a deed judging on a dine-in place which is family friendly. And we are least expectant of the fact that our eat-out experience can be engaging and challenging (in a fun way) as well. This is what I expected when I was invited over at Mosaic Hotels, Noida; to try out their new menu. Just like any other restaurant experience, I too was under an impression that my platter will be all about tandoori munchies and dollops of curry-naan combos. Knowing the area like Noida, I was pretty sure about the desi style of a restaurant, although Sector 18 – Noida is now getting experimental and more artistic as well, but Mosaic Hotels is a prominent name in this part of Delhi-NCR; so I was expecting the Indianised menu only. As I entered the corridors of Mosaic Hotel, a staff member humbly invited me over to the Flluid Restaurant, which has been constructed with very pleasing contemporary decor; comfortable seating space and overlooking a beautifully designed swimming pool. I was quite surprised to find such a relaxing ambiance, given the fact that it is constructed amidst the hustle bustle of Sector – 18 Noida market and right opposite the Metro Station. Nevertheless, a bigger surprise awaited me. When I greeted my fellow bloggers and sat on my sofa, anticipating over the menu; I was offered a flask (which is only associated with hard drinks) along with some ‘amuse-bouche’. And this was when I realised that the presentation was going to be quite engaging throughout our …

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