The Curzon Room - Maidens Hotel Reviews and Ratings - Civil Lines, New Delhi
5.0by Vaanya Thapar
Extremely personal time in kind of inexperience, Was little disappointing, experience was exceptionally good The breads were Outstanding, desi ghee chicken 🐓 is one thing which’s going to pull me here many times again surprisingly rates are very competitive (in its class) . This old world small heritage hotel is a must visit thing “experience “
3.5by Kiran Pujari
It's a colonial restaurant ...the quality is good in terms of service and quality of the food ..Tis one of the classic place to have food ...
3.0by Randeep Bora
Not my type......only good part is that it's a heritage property but the aura n quality of food didn't match. It's almost five star price for three star food.
2.5by Hanish Gupta
Right in the heart of Civil lines and minutes away from Delhi Vidhan Sabha - lies this property which is actually the oldest 5 star hotel of Delhi. And this is where my excitement ends. If anyone has walked 2 minutes in any of the renovated princely palaces on display in Jaipur - then that experience would be same that you get when you enter this restaurant. Too old and colonial - and that with total lack of originality! The service is colonial too - perhaps the waiters too were put there to serve the white man! They have that merciful look asking whoever asked you come here? And yes, you realize why- they are exorbitantly priced! For a very mediocre Menu and silly surroundings - they charge a bankroll. But then, they are not racing for reformation anyways- they are colonial you see! (Confession- Visited them as a guest and not a host, twice- Felt sorry for the host, twice too)
3.5by Ritika Bhattacharya
The USB of this place, well to say the entire hotel is in it's simplistic grandeur - ironic yet justified. Becomes more so apparently once you walk into this corner place too. This place, despite being a "fine dining" place and all - has always got some old schools tinge and a level of no-show off ease to it - the place as well the crowd. A handful staff- quality over quantity , with personalised attention and efforts on Each one dining, with the chef I guess personally preparing out each order himself. The only con - maybe we were like really late already or things were really getting prepped first hand - the wait intervals to each dish's arrival was too long - wasn't annoyed but still Too long. My Foods- •Veg Tikka platter - the first appeal was that it did Not have an easy useless Aloo dish! The beetroot kebabs, the mushrooms were spiced good, the sesame laded tikkis were delectable along with the peas and paneer! So filling too! •Caesar's salad with the laden amritsari fish tikkas - they're open to a lot of modifications/ customisation too, no complaints! Fish tikkas were exceptionally "melt-in-your mouths" amazing! •the prawn curry - we got the one Without the coconut was okay okay. Dessert- •Slice of apple pie with dollopS of vanilla - so beautifully hot and stuffed! Honestly! The crust on top was a bit brittle and the edges were a bit too thick and too much I feel. But wonderful a serving size! Not mine - Mom's chocolate brownie was definitely gonna make my sister's night - it was over flooded with chocolate sauce and the Portion! You can Never be too generous with dessert! :D ^ around 3years back - had the most amazing Chicken Stroganoff from their simple yet delicious and "easy" buffet!