Restaurant Week India is back

Saturday, 5 April 2014 - 7:20am IST | Agency: dna

With more than 60 gourmet restaurants across Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore. It kicks off from April 18 to 27

Citibank Restaurant Week India one of the most popular pan-India culinary events is back in its eighth round to give food enthusiasts a rare opportunity to dine at some of the country's finest restaurants at a fraction of the a la carte rates. Speaking about what's in store this year, Mangal Dalal one of the co-founders of Restaurant Week India, says, "Diners get to pick from over 60 gourmet restaurants across Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore. Based on customer feedback we've also introduced an aperitif option (in select participating restaurants) where a customer gets a welcome glass of Jacob's Creek sparkling wine (125ml) at an additional Rs 350++, which is lower than the regular pricing.

Also, those with confirmed Citibank Restaurant Week India reservations will also receive promotional codes for Uber, a mobile app that allows you to request a professionally driven luxury car on demand. Uber is offering two complimentary rides (up to Rs 500 each) for both new and existing Uber users across all three cities. We are excited about this round as we've focused on improving customer experience more through our associations as well as improvements to the reservation process such as SMS confirmations and reminders."

Foodies in the city can take their pick from eateries like Aurus in Juhu, Blue Frog in Lower Parel, Hakkasan in Bandra, Ellipsis in Colaba, India Jones, Trident, Nariman Point, San Qi, Four Seasons Hotel, Yauatcha, Bandra and many more. Another reason to cheer is that Restaurant Week now starts on a Friday on April 18 and ends on a Sunday, April 27, thus incorporating two weekends. Reservation will go live on April 11 for Citibank India Cardholders and general reservations will be accepted from April 13

Price: Bangalore Rs 900++ per head for lunch and dinner. Delhi and Mumbai Rs 1,050 ++ per head for lunch and Rs 1,350 ++ per head for dinner
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