The dinner tonight was at '4 Seasons' Madhapur. Right across the road was my old office (the erstwhile Satyam Computers), it was literally a trip down the memory lane. This restaurant, on the second floor is nothing much to talk about in the name of ambiance. Having said that, they have certainly put their attention in the right place - the food. Ours was a simple 3 course dinner - Tomato Soup, Chicken Malai Kabab & Chicken Biryani. Being one of those 'nice' places where everyone wants to go straight from their office, this place is always crowded (and definitely on a Friday evening). If you go there with a group of more than 2, be prepared to wait, wait really long, argue and even fight for a place.
But once you are there, be ready to eat one of the finest chicken you may have ever laid your hands on (or dug your teeth into). They have all sorts of chicken preparations. After my reduced appetite over the last couple of years (surprisingly after my marriage ;-) ), I couldn't take another starter, but if I could, I could have something Lebanese. The restaurant has Lebanese, Mughlai and Indian preparations. The biryani wasn't something something great, but the chicken pieces in it were really soft, well cooked and well marinated. The biryani took eons to come, but the wait was worth it. I wish I could adjust a dessert somewhere but we were full up to the brim and happy with the food.
So the next time you folks want to enjoy a good meal, visit '4 Seasons' - vegetarians, get a life.