Lounge review: Pluck, New Delhi
Food is nothing like airline food in this cheerful space at the Pullman at Aerocity
I am usually filled with foreboding when eating at hotels near airports, fearing the food will be closer to airline food than restaurant-worthy. The large, cheerful space that is Pluck at the Pullman at Aerocity, therefore, goes a long way in allaying my fears. One glass wall overlooks the garden and the 120-seater interiors are brightened by embroidered lamp shades, colourful table mats, sizeable mirrors between seating sections, and stunning wooden slabs as ceiling lamps. Service was prompt and though the contemporary European menu (with a few Indian dishes), seems small, it leaves one spoilt for choice. The chef came over and mentioned that they use local produce as far as possible; consequently, some items on the menu will change every five-six months. They are yet to get an alcohol licence.