Although the restaurant is quite similar to the English Tea House in Lahore, it is the first in Islamabad to provide such a dining experience. The décor and architecture has been beautifully done, rustic and simple, yet pleasant to the eye. The restaurant, located in a refurbished house on main Nazim-ud-din Road, offers an indoor as well as outdoor seating area. With limited eating options in the city, Tiffany’s is quite busy throughout the day, and during peak hours one would have to wait in line to find a table.
The menu offers a variety of rustic dishes from appetizers to main course, desserts, and tea. While the food is served in hefty amounts with an overall attractive presentation, there is room for improvement in the quality and taste. Other than the lasagnas and steaks, the food on the whole is not fulfilling and does not satisfy one’s taste buds entirely. However, among desserts the cheesecake and the molten lave cake is an absolute delight to have. The food is served in a timely fashion and the orders are accurate. The limited parking space around the restaurant does cause some inconveniencebut to address the issue the restaurant has arranged for valet parking.
While it is a great place for a classy gathering of friends or just a casual day out, the overall experience at the restaurant is average, at best. There is plenty of room for improvement in terms of food quality and service. The sophisticated atmosphere and the ambiance of the restaurant will have to be matched by better food and service in order to keep up with the competition from other restaurants in the city.
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