12pm – 3pm (Mon – Fri), 11.30am – 3pm (Sat & Sun)
6.30pm – 10pm (Sun – Thurs), 6.30pm – 10.30pm (Fri & Sat)
Corkage Price:$45 for wine and $55 for champagne
Yantra has undergone a magnificent transformation, unveiling a new concept of modern Indian cuisine under the tutelage of revered chef Hermant Oberoi from the Taj Group of Hotels.
There is a good selection of vegetarian starters such as a refreshing quinoa chaat with chopped avocado and tamarind chutney puffs, as well as a lovely grilled chilli cottage cheese. For meatier options, try Oberoiâs Thai-inspired spicy chicken kebab served on sugar cane skewers, or the Swiss-style chilli cheese fondue with chicken tikka. Be sure to order the slow-cooked lamb curry (martabaan ka meat) in a ceramic jar, which is best complemented by a side of brie cheese and truffle naan.
For desserts, the gulab jamun tiramisu puts a different spin on an all-time classic Indian dessert. The cardamom soaked milk-curled dumplings are diced and covered in a whipped mascarpone mixture, like an Italian tiramisu would be. There is an impressive selection of both Old and New World wines, as well as liquors and house special cocktails.