Delhi NCR foodies have a reason to rejoice. A number of food festivals are happening in Delhi Gurgaon back to back and the festivals have a lot to offer more than just food. The organisers have included live performances, games, music etc along with already promised gastronomical delight that is provided by several restaurants, new start ups and theme based food joints.
B Bar at Select Citywalk mall, Saket, serve Asian food from Japanese, Chinese, Malay to Thai cuisine. It is an impressive looking place and the food is nice. We were particularly impressed with Maki Rolls and prawn dimsums. It may be a little over-the-top for regular meals but is apt for celebrations.
QD’s Restaurant at South Campus is a popular food joint. Their most celebrated dish perhaps is the tandoori momos. These are grilled dumplings with chicken / vegetable filling. The filling is spicy and the dish should be had hot. Try this if you are up for experimenting with food.
The Maharashtra Food Stall at Dilli Haat (INA) is one of the most popular state food stalls. They serve a variety of snack, meal and sweet dishes. The snack and the meals are high on the chilly factor. However their Puran Poli is something to die for.
Café Lota serves a variety of common as well as off beat dishes from various states in India. They cover the whole gamut of starters – main course – dessert. The cooking style is creative and everything that we had tasted awesome. The serving size is however small and parking can be an absolute torture over weekends / peak dining hours.
Imperfecto is a resto bar at DLF Cyberhub and Hauz Khas Village. The Hauz Khas outlet is right at the entry (literally). The cuisine is a mix of Mediterranean, Italian and Continental. The food is decent but nothing to go gung ho about. However, the staff is nice and we had pleasant experience always.
A zomato meetup invite for Pakistani food festival Daawat-e-Maghrib at Singh Saheb, Hotel Eros gave us an opportunity to taste authentic cuisine from Rawalpindi, Peshawar, Lahore and Multan. The cuisine was familiar yet different. Just like how a neighbours food taste different even if they use the same ingredients.