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Gormoh has been a popular restaurant for well over a decade and it is still going strong. Located right at the crossroads of the very happening Judge’s Bungalow Road, this vegetarian restaurant serves North Indian and Chinese food with a few other international dishes on offer. The place is done up in shades of olive green and beige with cubicles on one side where families can dine in some privacy. The fair sized restaurant has been re-furnished recently. The service is good with a friendly and helpful staff. Here you should try the 'Roasted Red Pepper Sundried Tomato Fennel Soup' or 'Burmese Monk Soup'. For starters try the 'Pizza Cheese Poppers' or if you are in a group, try the Lebanese Platter which comes with assorted bread and also cut pieces of naan along with dips and vegetables. Also, 'Kung Bow Veg' is a good starter if you like water chestnuts. For the main course try the 'Massaman Curry', a Thai flavourful curry usually eaten with rice. There is a page full of Paneer dishes in the Indian section. You could try the 'Dalcha Paneer Masala' or 'Subz Begum Bahar' and pair it with naan or parantha.
Centrally located is good area near Judges place and with quite good menu for all. There is space crunch and parking challenges but food is good and nice place to be with family. Go for north India food and also Gujarati and local food with fusion option available with them but don't expect quality thatch be comparable with genuine five star food cooked with olive oil and laced with cheesy texture. Opt for regular food and you will be more than happy. Well connected through SG road and quite popular with all generations.
We prefer this place to have quality Sizzlers. They serve good portion and nicely prepared food. Soups and starters are great in taste. Can have Khichiya masala papad. In main course all items are tasty. Can enjoy continental food too. Ambience is changed with no TV screen. One of the best changes I liked. Must try food here.
It is a welcoming restaurant. Professional staff and efficient and quick service. No alcohol. As for food, it's not bad, but a European needs to get used to it. Spaghetti with “pesto” or “arrabbiata” according to a locally revisited recipe. Not bad ... it was enough to order the boiled pasta and apart from the sauce. Almost impossible to make it understood. Difficult for them understanding what we needed, accepting at the end the fact that we did not like spaghetti literally drowned in the sauce. We did obtain what we asked and we came back the night after. Excellent value for money. A European can go there and be satisfied.
I went to the restaurant twice. Had Italian on the first visit and Indian food on the second. On both occassions, the preparations were good but not in line with the cost. The thin crust Italian pizza had its crust burnt; though the toppings were sumptuous and authentic Italian taste. The Indian food was better and flawless. The Lassi servings were large and fulfilling. The ambience is good and cosy; I loved the service and the atmosphere of the place.
Ordered Kofta, tadka daal and Baked paneer Sunni with naan. I enjoyed the taste, this is what I was looking for in Punjabi food. Its not a classy fine dining but perfect for taste. 10/10 for taste and 6/10 for other things. Will visit again when in India.