Review by : Pur Lkr
When a culinary dream meets an appetite for business risks and that journey is deftly guided into unchartered territory, even largely common dishes get served up with beautiful twists. At least that’s what our experience at The 115th, a perfect fine-dining space in Nagaland that was established less than a year ago, tells us. The restaurant is the dreamchild of a young lad –Kezhabu Rio, whose expertise and creativity of harmonising new tastes with the old has brought forth his new restaurant venture in the quiet town of Dimapur.
The 115th is located at Shoppers Point, Kohima Road – which promises a wonderfully scenic ride and is ever bustling with shoppers in the weekend. So, if you’re looking for a nice family lunch, a romantic date night, or a get-together with your old pals, the 115th may just be the place – with its relaxed ambiance and the delicious food!
The 115th’s decor will strike you as a quirky balance between cool ambience, modern design and simple structure. The place is lit up with silver pendant lights giving the place a chic look with the feel of an industrial garage. So it’s quite obvious that the restaurant went with neutral colours to don its interior walls as they tastefully complement the whole setup.
Guests can order and sample from a selection of Continental and Asian food from the menu. They serve cocktails and sangria too.
Some of their bestsellers are the 115th Club Sandwich and Thai pork salad which is served with sticky rice. We also highly recommend the crispy baby potatoes with salsa & cheese on the side, the Bibimbap (signature Korean dish meaning ‘mixed rice’) and the ramen – of course. Don’t miss the cocktails and sangria!
All dishes on the menu are priced under INR 500/-. A three-course dinner for two with cocktails can push you back by INR 1500-2000/-
The 115th is open for dining from 11 am to 8 pm while the lounge timings are from 2-8 pm.
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