If you are a foodie, you can’t avoid Sector 29, Gurgaon. We have had a host of dining experiences here. Of all sorts. We recently visited the relatively newbie here Hunter Valley and loved their Belgian home brews and food. If you are in Sector 29, this place deserves a good shot.
We have been trying to visit Rose Café for some time now. Its ratings on food review platforms are most impressive. However, the early closing hours have been a deterrent. One Saturday evening, we wanted to celebrate an accomplishment and finally made a reservation. Once we reached, we were most amused to see this was just off Garden of Five Senses which we keep visiting for events frequently.
Pizza allures all. And we never try to resist this temptation. Most impressed with the Hawaiin menu at Pizza Express, Vasant Kunj, when we came across another outlet at Ambience Mall, Gurgaon, we instinctively went in. And we are very happy about it.
Sometimes what one looks for is fuss free eating. Post visiting Sharbat and Ayurveda Mela at Dilli Haat Pitampura, we were looking for such a place that did not involve a lot of drive or parking feat. Gulabwala at Pitampura was just the place.
India On My Plate, a part of Fortune Select Excalibur, Sohna Road has recently put up a lot of hoardings that got us curious. This was obviously before the rain disaster in that area and we visited this restaurant for brunch on a recent Saturday. Do try to get a table beside the glass wall since it offers a nice view.
Buffets are good for people who liked variety in a meal. The trick is to sift through the elaborate spread and pick items of ones liking. Since there is always something for everyone in the party, we like buffet meals. We recently visited Asia Alive at DoubleTree by Hilton Gurgaon to try out their buffet.
Tea and rains go hand in hand. We have been targeting Just for Chai for a while now. We were in the vicinity of Golf Course Road the other day and used this opportunity to check out this place.
Of late, Delhi has awesome weather and one wants to be outdoor even during the day. This makes us adventurous and experimental and try out new places for Saturday lunch. We had decided to watch a documentary at India Habitat Centre last Saturday evening. Therefore, we chose Ping’s Café Orient, that is walkable from IHC, as our lunch venue.