08 Apr 2017 | Views : 1063
The Rice Court, the 'dining room' at the Royal Heritage-Tripura Castle, which has the distinction of being the first heritage hotel in the North-east, reflects the regal opulence and sophistication of the hotel.
This place breathes exclusivity, being a 4-table setting. The mellow tones of wood, coupled with a full view of the tea lounge and the guest rooms lend the Rice Court a spacious feel.
The standard menu is Chinese with a diverse choice of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian fare. For guests and those desiring to sample traditional Khasi dishes like jadoh (a rice preparation) tungrymbai (fermented soyabean chutney) or doh khlieh(a seasoned pork salad) are available-albeit an order placed 24 hours in advance.