Gaylords Restaurant - Lytton Hotel

New Market Area, Park Street Area
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Phone no. - +91 9674522434, 033 22491872

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033 22491873

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Cost for two - 1,200

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North Indian, Continental

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Gaylords Restaurant - Lytton Hotel, Park Street Area, Kolkata


About Gaylords Restaurant - Lytton Hotel

 Lytton Hotel is located on Park Street. It is a 3-star hotel that strives to combine the comfort of home with the luxury of a business class hotel. It features two in-house restaurants – Gaylords that serves Indian and Continental food, and Dynasty that serves Thai and Chinese cuisines. It also has a bar called Sun Se...

Cuisines

North Indian, Continental

Address

New Market Area, Lytton Hotel, 14 & 14/1, NR Indian Museum, Sudder ST, Park Street, Park Street Area, Kolkata

Phone no.

+91 9674522434, 033 22491872, 033 22491873

Average cost

Cost for two - 1,200

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Gaylords Restaurant - Lytton Hotel Timings

Closed Now

Monday

10 AM - 10 PM

Tuesday

10 AM - 10 PM

Wednesday

10 AM - 10 PM

Thursday

10 AM - 10 PM

Friday

10 AM - 10 PM

Saturday

10 AM - 10 PM

Sunday

10 AM - 10 PM

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Gaylords Restaurant - Lytton Hotel Offerings

Lunch

Dinner


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Seating

AC Indoor Seating

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Gaylords Restaurant - Lytton Hotel Reviews

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Rated 4.5 by Promita Mukherjee

What happens when you get hit by Chinese food craving in the middle of shopping in New Market? Well, there are two options: you can either walk into Jimmy's Kitchen, or walk to Sudder Street and into Gaylord at Lytton Hotel. I'm getting a little bored with Jimmy's frankly, so I walked into Gaylord after a very long time and decided to settle for a soup and main course. The chef recommended Creamy Chicken soup and true to its name, it was quite rich and creamy with generous amounts of shredded chicken. Crisp and non oily French fries and cola were perfect accompaniments. The soup was enough to serve two people. I wrapped up dinner with Mixed Chowmein with pork and Lemon Thai chicken. The Chowmein was prepared in the chopsuey style and was quite spicy. The Lemon Thai chicken was excellently prepared. From the aroma (subtle hints of lemongrass) to the taste, it had me craving for more. Soft pieces of chicken nestled on a creamy gravy, it can be devoured all by itself as well. I'm certainly going to walk into Lytton more often.

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