Zodiac, the all-day diner will offer guests a vast selection of popular and gourmet foods
Fortune Select Exotica Navi Mumbai today launched its multicuisine restaurant Zodiac in a new avatar. Located in the Vashi hub of Navi Mumbai, just 25 km from the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, the refreshed Zodiac is an all-day diner offering a warm, contemporary setting for guests seeking cuisines of the world at one place.
Fortune Hotels’ unique specialties and signature dining experiences have earned a reputation of culinary excellence through the years and Zodiac is no exception. Designed by Star Chef of Fortune, the restaurant offers a consciously crafted and peppered menu that celebrates some of the best-loved dishes from India and around the world.
Speaking about the launch, Peter Pulliattu, General Manager, Fortune Select Exotica, Navi Mumbai said, “At the Zodiac, we have decided to give our menu a twist. This menu is not just representative of cuisines from across the world i.e. Italian, Mexican, Mediterranean, Continental, Thai, and Indian, but also how in popular psyche they represent the different sun signs. Needless to say that the ambiance heightens the mysticism around the food served. We hope to delight our city residents and other guests alike with our elaborate and authentic menu.”
The Zodiac also includes a bespoke locavore selection for travelers who prefer to savor local, destination-based flavors. Guests with children can benefit from the newly crafted, special kids menu and choose their child’s hot favorites.
Zodiac’s multi-cuisine offering includes 81 covers, a show kitchen, and live cooking stations for a lively experience. The buffets and a la carte menu featuring dishes from across the globe includes some of the signature dishes like Broccoli and Almond Soup, Paneer Lukmi, Mezze Platter, Murg Fida Hussain Kebab, Qasar-E-Pukthan, Guncha-o-Kheema, Classic French Lasagne, Double Flower Kung Pao Style, Jhinga Dum Jehangiri, Salmon Steak, Mandarin Fish, Shandong Chicken, Kumdi Cha Rassa and Macchli cha Kalwan, to mention a few.