Continuing the festive season this week too, our topic for the day was Christmas traditional food. Most of them are common to all regions with a slight variation region wise. We discussed the more popular foods (couldn’t fit in all the traditional dishes).
It’s very rare that you enter Villagio Mall and not see Shake Shack. They have captured the best location at the mall and it’s always lively and bubbling with customers. Although, it was one of the reasons I’ve refrained to be there previously.
This was one of the early dinners on a weekend and we happened to get a good place at the exterior of the restaurant without waiting at all. Seated outside gives the little one all the space to run and play.
Even though we are talking a pure burger experience, this is far from being just fast food. Let’s just say it is fast casual, non greasy and guilt free. The service, opposed to the reviews I’ve heard, was great – fast, friendly and on time. Any restaurant that is kid friendly earns an extra point in the service for me and they did!
Geared up for the festive season already, we definitely couldn’t miss talking about food – the most essential aspect of any festivity. An elaborate discussion about enjoying Christmas with family vs at Hotels, we collectively thought nothing like being with the family. Although, most of us are here sans family and enjoying the festival at a hotel/restaurant sounds exemplary giving you the chance to meet and greet with new people and take pleasure in delectable food all at the same time.
Christmas and New Year means serious business in this region. What you have on offer is overwhelming right from Eve dinner buffets/set menus to brunches to afternoon teas – you have it all!