Reserve TABLE
Claim This Listing

Your review will be posted publicly on the web .


Your tip will be posted publicly on the web .

The Epicure, Fraser Suites

Mayur Vihar
Lobby Level, Fraser Suites, Mayur Vihar, Delhi
12:00 am to 12:00 am

Price: Rs.1500 for two

Cuisine: Multi-cuisine

Known for: Chicken Tikka Masala

Large Group Friendly
Notable Chef
Late Night Eats
Kid friendly
Valet parking
Air conditioned
Take Away


  • Nearly everybody would recommend this place to others
  • Most tried items: Coffee, veg platter and paneer tikka, Veg-Noodles
  • Most people mentioned friends

Additional remarks from reviews:

Thank u soo much The Epicure and Frazer Suits..
Recently had Chinese here..Veg hakka noodles was
nice place and best offer for cricket..what else y
likesuhana - Burrp User


January 30,2013

I love the place

Recently been to this place with four of my friends for there breakfast buffet..The place is located in a hotel which was a class place already and The Epicure is a restaurant in it - Fraser Suites. The food is a class example of culinary extravaganza..It was just delicious and you will get every possible taste here as it is Multicuisine..

Staff is too courteous and service is also up to mark.. All in one , a not to miss place in any case.. They do have dinner buffet , spa, golf simulator in it...Will definitely come again for more stuffs...

Keep it up..
Read more
  • Share on:
Navni Kumar - Burrp User

Navni Kumar

April 23,2013

Break(the)fast at The Epicure

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and one can tell. Navni Kumar pecks at a bit of everything and narrates her experience.

We’re usually on the run to get to work on time, which often leads to skipping the day’s most important meal. Maybe that’s why the prospect of going for a breakfast buffet had me all geared up and excited early- read 10 am- in the morning. The thought of bacon is what kept me going as more and more people boarded the metro, squashing me like a fly against one of the walls. After all the hardships, I finally reached Fraser Suites- a giant glass building in Mayur Vihar.

By 10:30 am, people had wound up with breakfast. However, the buffet at The Epicure (the restaurant) was still around, so we got a chance to dig into it all. The variety can be overwhelming and chances are you won’t be able to try everything. We started with crispy bacon, pork and chicken sausages, hash browns and baked beans- all of which were still warm. Toasted brown bread can be asked for at any point. But the best part came after this: the cold cuts and the cheeses.

The cold cut platter was the star of the buffet for me: smoked salmon, pepperoni, smoked chicken and a variety of other meats sat atop crushed ice. A dollop of pesto sauce on the fresh meats enhanced the taste- we just had to close our eyes and focus only on the taste for a minute. We wished we could eat the chewy mildly spicy pepperoni, the tender smoky chicken and the melt-in-the-mouth smoked salmon for breakfast every day. Much like the 5 star ad, we did get lost for a minute there. The cheese platter consisted of a variety of Indian and French cheeses- the Gouda in particular was very good: the orange flaky sweet and salty cheese had us craving a glass of wine, even in the morning. We, however settled for some freshly squeezed mixed fruit juice, which proved to be a surprisingly adequate substitute.

As we finished the pile on our plates, we were already wondering what to move on to next. The egg counter seemed like a good bet, so we ordered a masala omelette, which was fluffy and spicy. What this round did is sharpen our resolve to get to the sweet section of the buffet quick. Platters laden with kiwi, pomegranate, apples, pineapple and even dragon fruit welcomed us as we put together a little fruit salad on our plates. It’s only after this that we realized there was something for our sweet tooth as well and we made a beeline for the assorted cakes counter.

From an array of Danish pastries, muffins, marble cake, chocolate cake, we zeroed in on the carrot cake and a Danish, both of which were delicious.

We were glad that they hadn’t overdone this counter with frosted cakes. The dessert provided a light, yet final touch to the meal. Our bellies purring with satisfaction, we washed down breakfast with a cup of strong black tea. Feeling full and lazy, we headed out into the lobby, tempted to sink down into the sofas for a siesta.

Must try: Cold cuts, Cheese platter, sausages, carrot cake

Meal for two: Rs 1000 plus taxes.
Read more
  • Share on:


Subscribe to our Newsletter

Get offers, events, updates and more...

Signing in, Please wait......