reviews about Addah

Timescity
Timescity
26 Aug 2014
One of the most romantic roof top restaurants I have visited. Take your girl/ lady to this place for dinner on some special occasion, some sort of anniversary may be and she will remember this evening for years to come. But do not go here on weekdays unless you can handle being the only guest in the restaurant. It can be too deserted sometimes. -----Food: Nothing great or must have preparation. Also bit overpriced. But I think the priced the menu on ambience and not only the food. But who cares. She is enjoying the ambience and you are enjoying her happy mood. I don’t think delicacies matter at such moment. -----Service: No one comes to disturb your ‘time together’ and still your needs are not at all ignored. You don’t really have to keep on searching the person assigned to your table. I find the manager there bit arrogant, especially to the staff. -----Ambience: Pool side and in pool dinning. Take of your shoes, sit on a table while your feet are submerged in ankle length deep water. Enjoy your time. Barely lit area. You are actually provided a small torch to read through the menu. There are also couple of tables with cozy sofas. You can enjoy your drinks there as well. -----Value for money: YES for special romantic dinners. NO for regular outings with friends. Evviva is far better than this place in such cases.
Timescity
Timescity
26 Aug 2014
Horrible service and insulting behaviour from restaurant staff. The Restaurant/Bar Manager is very arrogant and abusive. Kindly DO NOT GO to this place.
Timescity
Timescity
06 Oct 2013
I had Aarohi for the first time here and I must say that with the north Indian and Lucknavi dishes this white wine sort of a thing tastes really awesome. In food there Rajma Gilawati, Kadhai Chicken and Mutton Dum Biryani are delicious preparation of this city. Addah has style, elegance in terms of ambience and great authentic taste in terms of their Indian menu.
Timescity
Timescity
06 Oct 2013
Addah restaurant’s location at the rooftop of O Hotel and its open air seating arrangement is what makes me come back to this place very often. The menu of this place is all about Indian food and their Lucknavi section is very interesting and delicious. Tikkas are the hot favorite of this place and I love their Kakori Tikkas, Dhingri Dulma and Lucknavi Mutton Biryani. In fact, the simple yellow dal is also made with perfection and tastes delicious. Addah is a name synonymous with good Indian food.
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