Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Restaurant review - Soleil by La Plage

This must be the first review on Sula where wine isn't mentioned , but do read on , Cheers !

I recently spent three days in Nashik and stayed at Beyond the picturesque resort owned by Sula . The place is beautiful , very peaceful and if you are lucky to get your rooms overlooking the pool , nothing could be better .

Three KM away is their winery where they also have quite an amazing restaurant, Soleil by Goa's famed La Plage transported all the way to Nashik .The menu at Soleil has some of the La Plage classics and a few Goan favorites too , all in all the experience is of relaxed fine dining .

Their Tawa Prawns , Chicken Lollypop and Brochettes make excellent starters . Goat Cheese Balls , Tomato Tart - the like I am yet to eat elsewhere are out of the world as are the most succulent Lamb Chops ever. They also do a perfect Moroccan Stew with Couscous .

Chicken Cafreal I felt totally lacked what one gets in Florentine , Goa . Pastas are great here - more so if you go for the pesto ones made from their own organic herbs . For that sweet tooth , Chocolate Mousse and Apple Tart are a must have .
The interesting concept of Soleil however, is the use of their farm’s organic ingredients and produce like asparagus, goat’s cheese, free-range chicken , most of the herbs etc in their dishes , offering you an authentic “farm-to fork” dining experience .All in all superb food here and personally I rate it way higher than the original La Plage in Goa .

Next - I will share the fabulous food of Taj Gateway , Nashik - this city has nailed it with food and wine .

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