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Dine out at Eau de Monsoon, Le Meridien, Delhi

A Traveller’s Wish List

Leafy greens and healthy notes

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There’s a lot that I could say about Le Meridien. It’s French and it is the great circle of the celestial sphere that passes through its poles and the observer’s zenith. But in Delhi, it’s an upscale hotel in the heart of the Capital. It’s located on a circle, true to its spherical meaning. It’s the hotel which had the first transparent lift in Delhi in its lobby. It’s a hotel where I used to go to get my hair cut long, long time back. So when leafy greens came up at Eau De Monsoon on a bright spring afternoon, it was something I had to experience.

Water flows on the main wall; the décor is all glass and light. There are private dining spaces with onyx dining table, chandeliers from Italy, cutlery froPixlr_20150218134557430m Japan and where you got to look…

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