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Citrus Cafe

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Citrus Cafe

A bright and inviting multi-cuisine coffee shop that offers an eclectic all day dining menu including Indian, European, American and Pan-Asian cuisine. Indulge in the wholesome breakfast buffet served daily. Choose from a wide range of popular Indian, South Indian, Asian and Western preparations. Extended breakfast is available in the coffee shop from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. daily.

Menu

Our Corporate Chef

Rajeev Janveja, with his exalted experience of nearly four decades in food and beverage, works with the hotel teams to curate innovative menus and unforgettable dining experiences, so that our guests embark on a culinary journey whenever they visit Lemon Tree Hotels.

Chef’s Signature Recipe

Dum Achari Gosht

"Dum" which literally means slow cooking and maturing the main ingredient with aromatic spices, is a very ancient and traditional method of cooking, predominantly large joints of meat are cooked enclosed with aromatic spices and masala over slow heat to retain the juices and also allowing the meat to thoroughly absorb the flavor and aroma released from the whole spices. Thick-bottomed vessels are called handi's and lagan, which are usually cooked on live charcoal or wood fire which also gives a smokey flavor in the final dish. Meats or biryanis are cooked in this particular method in which the vessel is covered with dough casing or covered with a lid which is sealed with dough thus not allowing the air to escape. Dum cooking is popular in Mughlai And Awadhi cuisine.

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Rajasthani Panchkuta

There is scarcity of water and fresh green vegetables in Rajasthan due to its hot and arid climate. This, in turn, has influenced the cuisine of this land. Chefs in the desert belt of Bikaner, Badmer, and Jaisalmer prefer to use clarified butter (ghee), milk and buttermilk, with the least possible amount of water. This Panchkuta recipe primarily consists of 5 ingredients – Ker, Sangri, Kachri, Gonda and Kumate which gives it the name Panchkutta. Since all of these are dry ingredients on account of the weather in Rajasthan, this is a common dish in the Rajasthani cuisine. What adds to its popularity is that the dish can be stored for a few days and doesn't spoil. It is a popular food for travellers. It pairs well with bajra roti, bejad roti or even chapatti.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Citrus Café offers a multi-cuisine menu including Indian, European, American, and pan-Asian cuisine.

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Citrus Café is open from 7am to 11pm, allowing you to enjoy their offerings throughout the day.

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Yes, Citrus Café serves a wholesome breakfast buffet daily, featuring a variety of options including popular Indian, South Indian, Asian, and Western preparations.

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Citrus Café accepts both cash and cards for payment. They also accept digital payments for added convenience.

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Yes, Citrus Café offers vegetarian options on the menu to cater to different dietary preferences.

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