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Rang Mahal (Pan Pacific Hotel)

Asian, Indian, North Indian, South Indian

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23 votes

63331788

Daily: 12:00 - 14:30

Daily: 18:30 - 22:30

$77 based on 17 reviews
In tandem with Pan Pacific Hotel’s renovation programme in 2012, Rang Mahal embarked on a new chapter with a major transformation, and continues to push the boundaries of the culinary world in all aspects of a holistic dining experience. See what foodies like this place for
Chiu Yen Phua • 03 Mar 2014240 reviews 1 followers

Rang Mahal - http://phuachiuyen.wordpress.com/2014/02/25/rang-mahal-pan-pacific-hotel/

Buffet at $58 per pax. Lots of indian dishes. Strawberry smoothie was very fresh. Good service! The staff will walk around and introduce the chef's freshly cooked dishes.

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  • Dinner8 votes
  • Lunch8 votes
  • Business Dining6 votes
  • Quiet6 votes
  • After Work3 votes
  • Buffet3 votes
  • Fine Dining3 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering3 votes
  • Vegetarians3 votes

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    Chiu Yen Phua • 03 Mar 2014240 reviews 1 followers

    Rang Mahal - http://phuachiuyen.wordpress.com/2014/02/25/rang-mahal-pan-pacific-hotel/

    Buffet at $58 per pax. Lots of indian dishes. Strawberry smoothie was very fresh. Good service! The staff will walk around and introduce the chef's freshly cooked dishes.

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    Rudra Garnaik • 04 Oct 20134 reviews 0 followers

    We had official lunch party. It come up good. I would suggest this is the best place to go for corporate party. preferable with team size lessthan 20 members.

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    Jimmy Ozark • 29 Aug 201316 reviews 2 followers

    I brought clients here thinking it would be an impressive, high end example of Indian. The conversation was interesting but the food was unremarkable. And unbelievably expensive.

    Overpriced unspiced food. Seriously about as good as a sit-down restaurant in a cheap mall.

    The place tries to pretend it is fusion by putting expensive blue cheese on naan, and adding pesto to raita. Somehow, the fusion dishes end up being LESS than the sum of their parts.

    The service was friendly and prompt, however, and the ambiance wasn't bad, if bland. Like the food...



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