Rs.425 for UNLIMITED Culinary Cascade Buffet Dinner at Hotel Green Park, Begumpet. Tycoons Buffet Lunch on Offer
- Offer is on UNLIMITED buffet meals with drink for 1 person:
- Offer 1 (Valid at Tulips) – Rs.425: UNLIMITED Culinary Cascade Buffet Dinner + Soft Drink
- Offer 2 (Valid at Once Upon a Time) – Rs.499: UNLIMITED Tycoons Buffet Lunch + Soft Drink
- Tulips is a 24-hour coffee shop & Once Upon a Time, a specialty restaurant at Hotel Green Park
- The Culinary Cascade buffet dinner features a specific cuisine every day of the week
- Located in Begumpet
- Inclusive of all taxes and service charges
- Multiple vouchers can be purchased and gifted
What You Get:
- Offer 1 – Valid at Tulips: UNLIMITED Culinary Cascade Buffet Dinner + Soft Drink
- Offer 2 – Valid at Once Upon a Time: UNLIMITED Tycoons Buffet Lunch + Soft Drink
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- Valid until: 03.11.2013
- Valid 7 days a week
- Timings –
- Lunch – 12:30PM to 3:30PM
- Dinner – 7:30PM to 11:00PM
- Valid only for dine-in – Not valid for takeaway/home delivery
- Valid for 1 person
General Fine Print:
- Prior reservation mandatory (Upon purchase, you will receive a voucher with the reservation number). Rescheduling may result in additional charges
- For weekend reservations, we recommend calling 2-3 days in advance
- Voucher printout is mandatory
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Buffets spare diners the paralyzing indecision of a long menu and whether it's more appropriate to call the waiter ‘sir’ or ‘buddy’. Make confident mealtime choices with this Groupon.
Choose from the following offers for 1 person:
- Offer 1 (Valid at Tulips) – Rs.425 instead of Rs.700: UNLIMITED Culinary Cascade Buffet Dinner + Soft Drink
- Offer 2 (Valid at Once Upon a Time) – Rs.499 instead of Rs750: UNLIMITED Tycoons Buffet Lunch + Soft Drink
Offer 1: Culinary Cascade Menu
Live Counter (Based on Cuisine)
Culinary Cascade Schedule:
Offer 2: Tycoons Menu
- Lunch – 12:30PM to 3:30PM
- Dinner – 7:30PM to 11:00PM
Hotel Green Park is located in Begumpet and boasts of varied dining options from an all-day coffee shop to an exclusive lounge.
Tulips is its 24-hour coffee shop, which offers buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as a midnight biryani buffet. The fresh space gets an aesthetic touch with paintings by Vaikuntham that grace its walls.
The specialty restaurant, Once Upon a Time, brings back tales from royal India in the form of the wooden columns typical to Chettinad, the Nizams’ filigree work and Mughal portraits. Amidst the splendor of bygone eras, it serves authentic Hyderabadi cuisine.
Tulip is the coffee shop of Green Park Hotel, an open restaurant just behind the main lobby. Tulip has a concept of "Culinary Cascade" for its daily dinner.. on a specific day of the week, a specific cuisine is showcased like Chinese, North Indian, South Indian, Hyderabadi etc. Wednesday is the day for Hyderabadi buffet. I was told that Wednesdays the rush is heavy as their Hyderabadi cuisine is really well-known, and if we do not go on time, we have to wait for around half and hour. Reached by 8:20 pm and was promptly seated. By 9 o clock, I could see around 10-12 people waiting for a table. I started the buffet with Chicken Shorba - a light chicken soup and Tawa Machhi Fry. The machhi Fry was boneless and soft. The coating was thin and forced me to take a second helping. This in spite of the fact that in a buffet I try to limit my consumption of each dish in order to taste the maximum number of dishes. Next was Mutton Haleem, a Green Park speciality (here haleem is served round the year in their Midnight buffet). The Haleem had the right blend of ingrediants and ghee, and the right taste. The main courses had three types of biryanis - chicken, veg and kumbh (mushroom). Each had a different taste with different blend of spices. Among the other dishes which I savored with rotis were egg masala, nizami handi, gobi and a paneer dish. The dessert section had a lot of sweets - I tried a strawberry based sweet and my favorite rasmalai. There is a special sweet platter on display in the hotel, which has speciality sweets which are not available throughout the year. Of these I tried a parwal ka meetha - a parwal stuffed with sandesh. A value for money buffet. Will try their Chinese buffet soon, which is on Monday.
–Sabyasachi Ray Chaudhuri’s Review on Zomato
Green Park and Hyderabad Foodies organized a dessert meet at the Once Upon a Time restaurant on a Saturday evening. I am not much of a dessert person, so was initially quite reluctant to attend this. But my wife who has quite a penchant for sweets was very interested, so I accompanied her there. As we entered the restaurant we found that the sweets were displayed very nicely as a buffet and instead of going for a plate, many reached out for the cameras. Photos clicked and pleasantries exchanged, we settled down for the main business. There were about 18 varieties of sweets which were lined up. Bhel puri and boiled corns in bowls were also provided to change the taste between sweets as it is difficult to eat sweets continuously. I started with Fish Milk Cake. It was a milk cake made to the shape of a huge fish. The milk cake was made to perfection and it was not too sweet to my relief. The Malai Ghewar was too sweet for me, but my wife told me this was how it was supposed to taste. Next in line were the Bengali sweets. As is well known, most Bengali sweets are prepared from Chhana or cottage cheese. There were quite a few Bengali favorites. The Chanar Jilipi (A jalebi shaped fried chhana in sugar syrup) was appropriately soft. The chhana had absorbed the ras or sugar syrup well. Lebu Sandesh or lemon flavored sandesh was perfect and could compete with any good sweet shops of Kolkata. The Zaffrani Rasmalai which is essentially flat balls of chhena soaked in saffron flavored milk, had a distinctive flavor. Apart from these there were Rajbhog and Kamala Bhog the traditional Bengali sweets, and Chhanar payesh, a payesh prepared of Chhana balls and milk which is normally offered to Gods in home pujas. The Chocolate Jamun was a large gulab jamun cut into half and stuffed with chocolates and dry fruits. It was a pretty innovative preparation from Chef Rabin Samanta, which was liked particularly by me. The Mirchi ka Meetha was another such, prepared from capsicums. I had never tried any capsicum based sweet before. It tasted a bit bitter though. And of course there was Parwal Ka Meetha – the sought after sweet of Green Park Hotel, which is stuffed parwals in sugar syrup. The lasoon ka kheer was garlic based sweet and quite unique too. Apart from these there were desserts from all over the country. These included Beetroot Halwa, Mango Shrikhand, our own Hyderabadi Double Ka Meetha, and Mysore Pak. Overall there were some great desserts especially the Bengali sweets. The Green Park personnel including Mr Joydeep and Chef Rabin were always at hand to answer all the queries we had. The 50 odd foodies enjoyed a lot, and I look forward to many such themes based meets...
– Sabyasachi Ray Chaudhuri’s Review on Zomato