So it was my birthday and I wanted to do something different this year. I headed to Fairmont for their Thursday Dupper. At first I was confused whether it is the right choice or am I gonna be bored to death with food and atmosphere. So here I was entering in Spectrum on one, decor is smart and the lights are just perfect enough to darken the dining area (my stuffed plate specifically). I was given a tour of the place where they serve various kind of cuisines on offer for the evening. There was Indian, European, Thai, Mexican, Arabic appetizers and my favorite desserts section with toffee on dry ice and chocolate fountains. The music was catchy and it did get me in the right mood.As my three guests and I had a seat, we were offered some amazing cocktails and beers. They do offer non alcoholic beverages but you have to specifically ask for the same. As far as food it concerned, they have a good variety but my vegan guests didn't have much on offer and we had to ask at every station if they had anything vegan. I will divide my review on basis of cuisines that I tried. This will give you folks a clearer view.Indian :The Dal bhukari from the Indian station was too salty!tandoori prawns/chicken were deliciouswide variety of chutneys were at offerTandoori Rotis were fresh, light and crispNo vegetarian startersArabic - Vegetarian and non vegetarian mezzes were kept together.- Hummos, moutabal which are basics were great.European- Great flavors in ever dish- loved the hash browns with boiled vegetablesMexicanYes fresh Tacos! YUM YUM YUM. We loved every bit of it..delicious dips with chips. Thai/ Far easternFresh saladsGreat dimsums.Worth a try!DessertsSmall chocolates cones were out of the world.. moist cupcakes were just too good.toffee on dry ice, nice experience but not the tasteI want to live in their dessert bar.. Overall we enjoyed the atmosphere, very courteous staff , great drinks and good food. All this fun was worth 350 per person and I would say its really worth the price.