Mediumwelldone is a resto bar in Gurgaon. Claiming to serve authentic American steak, they disappointed us with their overdose of spices in every dish (soup-starter-main course) that we ordered. The décor is nice and the place is quiet. A mediocre experience all in all.
The foodies of Delhi (or outside) routinely flock Old Delhi (Jama Masjid area) during Ramzan to taste Mughlai food. Karim’s perhaps is the most popular joint in this league. However, there are a plethora of other eateries. In addition to Mughlai food, a variety of local breads with cream, jelly and coconut stuffing; sewaiyan; desserts such as Shahi Tukra and Anarasa and interestingly brewed milk tea with cream topping are must trys.
Nando’s is a causal dining international restaurant chain known for their chicken preparations in peri peri sauce. They have a few restaurants in NCR and we tried the Cyberhub outlet. Thoroughly satisfied, we strongly recommend this place to non-vegetarians who are willing to explore beyond butter chicken.
Sharbat Mela is a cool and very apt festival in Scorching Delhi Summer. A lot of small and big scale manufacturers of Sharbat, Kulfi and Shake mixes exhibit here and provide samplers for people to taste and buy. It’s a cool and fun way to beat the heat.
Viva-O-Viva at Goa Niwas (Chanakyapuri) offers a predominantly non-vegetarian Goan menu. It you are a seafood buff this place is worth a shot for its simplicity and value for money.
Sakae Sushi at Ambiance Mall, Vasant Kunj serves Sushis and many other Japanese starters, main course, drinks and dessert. If you are hunting for Japanese restaurants in NCR, this is a decent choice for its variety, peaceful ambiance and decent service.
Mama’s Day is a nursery cum cafe at Gwalpahari on Gurgaon Faridabad Road. One can stop for a cup of tea and some quick bites if they are driving from one of these places to another.