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Cuisines

Cuisines reflect the cultural variety of countries regions and their diverse history affected by the civilization. Each country has its own cuisine that differs from other countries and represents the country's customers, traditions and the kinds of foods that its people adore.

We at All Seasons attempt to provide you with mouth-watering and delicious cuisines. The prominent cuisines available at All Seasons to feast upon area as:

Indian Cuisine

The cuisine of India is characterized by its sophisticated and subtle use of many spices and vegetables grown across India. Considered by some to be one of the world's most diverse cuisines, each family of this cuisine is characterized by a wide assortment of dishes and cooking techniques. As a consequence, Indian cuisine varies from region to region, reflecting the varied demographics of the ethnically diverse Indian subcontinent. You can find a wide variety of dishes available here to choose from.

Chinese Cuisine

A meal in Chinese culture is typically seen as consisting of two or more general components: a carbohydrate source or starch accompanying dishes of vegetables, meat, fish, or other items. Contemporary Chinese cuisine has spread to many other parts of the world from East Asia to India, North America, Australasia and Western Europe. Rice is a critical part of much of Chinese cuisine, Soup also is usually served at the start of a meal and at the end of a meal in Southern China.

In most dishes in Chinese cuisine, food is prepared in bite-sized pieces, ready for direct picking up and eating. Traditionally, Chinese culture considered using knives and forks unsuitable at the table due to fact that these instruments are regarded as weapons.

Our Cooks have tried to replicate the same magic which the Chinese cuisines had done world over.

Lebanese Cuisine

The cuisine of Lebanon is the epitome of the Mediterranean diet. It includes an abundance of starches, fruits, vegetables, fresh fish and seafood; animal fats are consumed sparingly. Poultry is eaten more often than red meat, and when red meat is eaten it is usually lamb. It also includes copious amounts of garlic and olive oil-nary a meal goes by in Lebanon that does not include these two ingredients. Most often foods are either grilled, baked or sautéed in olive oil; butter or cream is rarely used other than in a few desserts.

One of the more healthy and entertaining aspects of Lebanese cuisine is the manner or custom in which their food is often served, it's referred to as mezze. Similar to the tapas of Spain and antipasto of Italy, mezze is an array of small dishes placed before the guests creating an awe-inspiring array of colors, flavors, textures and aromas. This style of serving food is less a part of family life than it is of entertaining and cafes. Mezze may be as simple as pickled vegetables, hummus and bread, or it may become an entire meal consisting of grilled marinated seafood, skewered meats, a variety of cooked and raw salads and an arrangement of desserts.

All Seasons is open on all seven days of the week from 12 noon to 11:00 pm for dinner.
Complimentary valet parking is available.

 

Testimonials

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Last weekend, my wife and I decided to eat out and meandering through the bylanes of Banjara Hills, we came across All Seasons, on Road No. 3. We went inside and were pleasantly surprised by the nice decor. Being a huge fan of Lebanese cuisine, my eyes lit up and I decided to go for it. Great place for Lebanese food - Sumanth Cidambi

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Last evening decided to enjoy Arabic and Lebanese cuisine, so went to "All Seasons" erstwhile Yoko Sizzlers, Road No.3, Banjara Hills.

Since there so much talk about clogged eateries these days, decided against decision to have an all veggie dinner ( imagine is it possible in arabic and lebanese cuisine? read on......)

Ambience wise its just the same but, now instead of lounge music, its arabic music playing and they have a seating outside right in front of their grill area. Nice, We ordered the following Veg Mezze Platter - Avinash Pandey