6) Taste exquisite cuisine at Emily’s -
Emily’s is the inhouse restaurant at Rokeby and is filled with guests at almost all times. I had most of meals at Emily’s - this includes breakfast, lunch and dinner. The menu is very well designed to cater to the taste buds of all dining in their space. This place does not only cater to the in house guests but also guests from outside who just want to share a good meal with their friends and family. It is a very homely dining space with a mix of sofas, tables and chairs and a balcony seating place. The are bookshelves lining the walls of the entire restaurant which encourage the guests to pick one for themselves and sail into their land of stories without constantly being bogged down by their social media distractions.
The balcony for me turned out to be the best amongst all spaces where I could rejoice in the soft breeze from the mountain and eat my breakfast during the mornings and take in the warmth of the afternoon sun during my lunch. We over the course of our visit tasted a variety of cuisines at this restaurant which ranged from italian, indian, continental to burmese. My friend and I had an opportunity to eat a lot of dishes and our favorites include the burmese Khao Suey, The Spinach Ravioli, The Thai Tom Yum meal, Bhindi Jhaal amongst all other dishes. In addition to this we had their signature dessert - The Rokeby sticky toffee pudding which was a date cake swimming in caramel sauce and it was yummy to the power infinity.