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When did you last visit a Function Hall or a Banqueting Suite?

Banqueting suites, reception hall and function hall can be a room or a building constructed for the purpose of throwing a party, wedding or a banquet or some other function or also for organizing social events. The Function halls are often located within the hotels, restaurants, clubs and pubs. These halls are usually run by organizations, who rent out the place for raising funds for the organization. These halls can also be found in apartment buildings for hosting parties, meetings or for discussing on apartment problems.

North London is situated in the northern part of London in England. It encompasses districts located north of the River Thames. This part of London has a lot of places to visit and admire. Some of them include, Alexandra Palace, Emirates Stadium, Highgate Cemetery, London Canal Museum and Waterlow Park. Besides these tourist spots, it also entertains visitors with the finest selection of Banqueting suites. Some of the most popular Function Halls in North London includes, Princess Alexandra Hall, La Royale Banqueting suites, Abbey Manor and Chennai Spice.

Among the famous Banqueting suites in North London is the Chennai Spice, an exotic restaurant located in the heart of Edmonton offers its customers with traditional authentic Indian cuisine. The restaurant is spacious enough to hosts private functions, corporate events and parties. Its wide variety cuisine provides lavish Srilankan and South Indian food.

My Experience:

I am an Indian, who has settled down in North London few years back. Few days back, I got reminded about my son’s upcoming birthday. I and my sister, who also resides near my house, planned to celebrate my son’s birthday in a banqueting suite this year. We were perplexed whether the plan would turn out or not, since the plan was made at the last moment. So we Googled up to check out the most popular and cost effective function hall situated around North London. We personally visited many suites but liked a handful of them.

Finally we narrowed down on Chennai Spice to enjoy the Indian style food on my son’s special day. There highly experienced staffs helped us to plan our event very well. The restaurant provides two large luxurious halls ranging in size to quarter small to large parties. They offer three types of services for banqueting such as, lavish buffet service, multi dish stand service and silver service table meal. We chose the large luxury room and lavish buffet service for our event.

Some of the facilities available at the venue include the following:

• Centralized Air Conditioning
• Contemporary lighting
• Licensed bar with lounge
• Disabled Access
• Dance floor

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The decoration and theme displayed by them was just stunning and a real treat for our eyes. They decorated the suite with special engaging things for kids and adults such as fruit display and ice sculpture was laudable.
Coming to their cuisine, the Srilankan dishes like Squid Curry and Crab Curry was too good to resist. The South Indian dishes such as Seafood Kotthu Roti, Chicken Chettinadu and Chicken Devil was out of the world.

The restaurant also arranges Live Band to make our event livelier. At last moment we got reminded about photography, which we had totally forgotten to arrange. But thanks for the Chennai Spice for arranging us professional photographers and videographers to capture our special moments.

The well organized professional buffet provided by them, turned my special event into a real success and a memorable one. There well organized professional buffet turned my special event into a success and a memorable one. So, if you are looking out for one of the best Function Halls in North Londonbest Function Halls in North London, give Chennai Spice a try.

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