Open Now

AVG. COST (for 2) : INR 1,800.00

Address:Adjacent to Aga Khan Palace, 88 Nagar Road

Near: Aga Khan Palace,Soho & Toscana Area: Kalyani Nagar , Bundgarden

  • Alcohol
  • Alfresco Seating
  • Interactive kitchen
  • Smoking
  • Valet

Latest Reviews



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Pooja Mundhekar

3 months ago

Best place to visit. Lot of varieties you get in veg as well as non veg for an buffet dinner. Buffet Lunch is also available. Nice ambience and courteous staff. There were live counters for Pastas and Pizzas. Must visit place. Drinks are little expensive. Rest is all great.

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Manisha Mehta

6 months ago

Good ambience good staff outside sitting is very attractive specially in the winters. But the food is pathetic.... Never expected such food in Hyatt. Live counter of Pizza and pasta was good. deserts were good but no Indian deserts were included. Overall bad experience

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Amit Shah

2 months ago

Hyatt is celebrating it's anniversary month and have introduced new menu at Eight Eight recently. They have a new head chef - Mr. Amol Patil and new F &B manager - Mr. Amit Kapoor and they treated us with some of the new additions to the menu. Chef's speciality is Italian and some of the Italian dishes we had were absolutely amazing.  The place has really lavish interiors, great buffet spread, live counters and at least a dozen dessert offerings...and that dessert section is my favorite at Eight Eight.  Below are some of the dishes that I really loved and are new additions to their menu.  Mulligatawny Soup - is an English soup which originated from South Indian cuisine. The name originates from the Tamil words of chilli  and water. It was really flavorful.  Burrata cheese insalata - Insalata is an Italian styled salad. It had caramalized onions, cherry tomatoes and burrata cheese. All of us really loved this salad.  Nadru ke shami kebab - A recipe from Kashmiri cuisine which I liked. Kebabs made from lotus stem and potatoes were crunchy from outside and moist from inside.  Homemade Linguine primavera - Small pieces of pasta in the form of thin ribbons with fresh veggies and primavera sauce. The pastas are home made and this dish was a delight.  Homemade Spinach Ricotta Tortellini - Ring shaped pasta with oodles of ricotta cheese and some spinach. Amazing dish!  Mushroom and Veg Lasagna was another perfect dish and this would qualify as one of the top few lasagnas I have had till date.  During the introduction chef had said that Italian food is his speciality and I had no doubts about that after having these pastas. And then came another surprise - Puneri Batata - an ordinary looking dry potato subzi with lots of groundnuts had hardly any visual appeal but the taste was incredible. Never have I appreciated a potato subzi in my life!!!! Hats off to the chef for this one! For desserts we headed to my favorite section and as always I was spoilt for choices. I had molten brownie which was yummmmmmmmm. Kesari gulab jamun was perfect. An Italian dessert - white chocolate apricot bavarian was also devoured and made for a perfect end to a lovely tasting. Do visit this place and try their new additions to the menu. Tales of their ambience and hospitality are well known and I need not say anything about that.

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a month ago

We went to eighty eight restaurant, food quality was really poor, service was slow, worst buffet ever, though they have good hospitality but no coordination between staff .. We ended up in loosing our special customized cake we made for our parents, which they given to other guest without checking it which was worst service ever.

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Deepak Giri

7 months ago

Went for dinner buffet at Eighty Eight restaurant in Hyatt but it didn't impress much. I would rate it overall 2/5. Food : 3/5. Limited options in starters. Main course is not so great but okayish. Deserts taste could have been improved. Service : 2/5. We took a table in the outer area as the weather was cool and pleasant. From the very beginning, the servers looked to be unprepared to serve. They were busy arranging cutlery in other tables rather than attending to us who already came. It seemed as if taking a table inside would have been better. Had to call the servers again and again for water and service was disappointing. Ambience : 3/5. Nice ambience.

Open Now

AVG. COST (for 2) : INR 1,800.00

Address:Adjacent to Aga Khan Palace, 88 Nagar Road

Near: Aga Khan Palace,Soho & Toscana Area: Kalyani Nagar , Bundgarden

About Us

Eighty Eight offers international cuisine in a contemporary and relaxed environment.  Guests can opt for  buffet or a-la carte options and enjoy authentic preparations in style. To add to the ambiance, an open wood-fired oven serving Roma-style pizzas and small bakes to-order is also available. It also offers a Sunday brunch with an extensive buffet , kids activities and unlimited liquor. An exclusive semi private dining room is also available for those wanting additional privacy.

Dining Options

  • Ala carte dining
  • All day dining
  • Buffet
  • Weekend brunches

Good For

  • Family Dining
  • Relaxed Dining

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