For a truly luxurious, elegant and distinctive fine dine experience, SET’Z restaurant is a great choice.Situated atop of a posh mall, DLF Emporio. The restaurant features seven different kitchen serving different international cuisines – Northern Indian, Thai, Chinese, Coastal Indian, Arabic, European and Japanese. A classy restaurant with an exquisite dining experience and a wine cellar is a surefire for success. It’s evident with the occupancy on a fine Tuesday night.
SET’Z has a huge seating space including a central dining area, and a walk-in wine cellar, accompanied with a beautiful terrace.Set’z has a separate terrace area named SET’Z Terrazze , usually, the place is occupied by private parties.The restaurant offers a set-price buffet menu for the brunch, but a-la-carte options are also available during evening time.
We went for an ala-carte, hoping to get a taste from all 7 kitchens. SET’Z offers an extensive menu. It will totally spoil you for choice.To start with, there is a great selection of wine, mocktails and cocktails. The walk-through wine cellar offers some tasteful fine wine choices. If ditching alcohol, go for kiwi kaffir. The sweetness & freshness of kaffir was enough to kick start the experience.
With so much to try in a little time. Without much ado we scanned the entire menu. Chef recommended sushi and we were quite sceptical about it. Sushi has never been our preference, you can’t play much around a vegetarian sushi. It is commendable how the chef played with avocado and cheese for sushi fillings.Really did wonders.
Next pick was from Chinese Kitchen and we were sure what we wanted. We ordered an assorted platter consisting of mushroom, corn and Water chestnuts Dimsums. Each one was unique and the chilli dips served complemented well. But water chestnut one’s were amazing, the crunch and flavours on point.
Moving on to Italian section, We would suggest going for a freshly hand made thin crust margarita pizza. Thin crust with a quintessential quantity of pizza sauce.
From Indian Section, Charoli Kebab is a must try. Lightly flavoured, mouth melting Charoli ( Charoli are tiny almond-flavoured dried seeds) and yoghurt kebabs. Anjeer Paneer, was our another selection. Paneer had a soft texture, but outer covering was tad oily.
From Mediterranean, Hummus Platter was our choice. Unlike many, we tried falafel was not dry. Hummus was let down for us. It was done excessively with olive oil giving it a very smooth texture and not grainy. Skipping the coastal kitchen, we directly went for some Thai. Undoubtedly I can say Green Thai curry was one of the best I tried in a very long time. While still spicy and a bit sweet, this plays to your savoury taste buds more than green curry. Complement with jasmine rice. Perfect comfort food. Along with this, we ordered assorted mushroom and pad thai noodles. We loved assorted mushrooms, whereas pad thai noodle was bland, peanuts on top of it saved the dish.
A perfect dinner night needs a perfect plate of desserts. Ask for the Chef’s special dessert. You may get surprised with a lovely plate of Chocolate cake and lemon tart. We can simply re-visit this place for the desserts. Happy Eating!