LUXURY INDIA FOOD BUFFET: MARRIOTT BANGALORE | INDIAN FOOD FOREIGNER REACTION | TRAVEL VLOG IV
When travelling as a foreigner in India you have to try a luxury India food buffet at least once. Therefore I’m sharing this exclusive luxury experience of the Sunday pool brunch at the Marriott Whitefield hotel here in Bangalore. Being based in India as a foreigner I have the privilege to try out a lot of food options and recommend them to other foreigner friends who come to travel in India. A luxury buffet is always on my list of recommendations.
At the Marriott Whitefield hotel here in Bangalore there’s an incredible luxury Indian food buffet every week, including Western food. The buffet costs 1599 rupees plus taxes per person.
This week the luxury India food buffet at Marriott Whitefield Sunday brunch was happening at the pool side. As a foreigner based in India I have never been to an outdoor brunch buffet so this was a fun new experience. If you’re travelling India as a foreigner I hope you get inspired to try the Sunday Brunch too. I can guarantee you will have the most amazing Sunday and a very fun new experience as a foreigner in India.
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More India food buffet videos:
– Luxury India food buffet at ITC Gardenia: https://youtu.be/-Av_T88Gb_I
– Luxury India food buffet at Conrad Bangalore: https://youtu.be/xv_YH57C1MU
– Barbeque Nation India food buffet: https://youtu.be/kbhUxAvQEWc
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