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Barbeque nation stands as one of the major barbeque restaurants across the country. They have pioneered the use of barbeque or grill on the table. With ample live counters for exotic meat, kulfi and special one’s set-up for festivals, a meal at Barbeque Nation is usually an affair of pomp and gaiety. With barbecue and non-barbeque options like 'Mushroom', 'Paneer', 'Patty', ‘Assorted Exotic Grill Veg’, ‘Cajun Potato’, ‘Pinapple’, ‘Crispy Corn’, ‘Potatoes’, ‘Mutton Sheek Kebab’, ‘Tangdi Kebab’, ‘Chicken Drum Stick’, ‘Deep Marinated Fish’ and more, you can take a hard pass on the main course. From the main course, try the ‘Dal Makhani’, ‘Crabs’, 'Seafood with Rice and you are sorted. If Chinese is more of your thing, find solace in ‘Noodles’, ‘Manchurian’, etc.
Always sticking to your diet plan can be a trial sometimes, especially when you are faced with a plethora of delicious food. You might sigh or grunt but your heart doesn’t let go and you end up indulging anyway. You want to skip the salads (they are boring after all!) and dig into a bowl of spicy savoury goodness. And this is where barbeque comes handy. The best part about barbequing is that, it’s quite low calorie and yet you get to satisfy your cravings with something delicious. It takes almost no oil to grill and the meat gets basting from its own juices which is the key to their flavour. And which place is better for barbeque than our very own ‘Barbeque Nation’. The restaurant is a highly popular one and is known to serve serious grilled items on grill. You can play chef on your own grill too.
One of the most busy and tedious route in Gurgaon is the Sohna Road stretch. It falls right outside the city but is a great culinary hub, boasting of superb restaurants and pubs. Forget small time places, at Sohna Road you go large, which is why it’s not surprising to find a Barbeque Nation outlet out here. The restaurant is mostly frequented by neighbouring families, corporates and commuters. As it is placed on a busy route, you could guess it’s demand. It’s hard to get a table, even on weekdays and their meal times are especially busy. Décor at the restaurant is pretty simple and earthy. Tones of brown is used to bring warmth to the place. Room is spacious, cosily decorated and carries a relaxed sort of ambience. Each table is fitted with a compact live grill where you can try your hand on being a chef.
Their menu is short and sweet. They encourage their diners to opt for the fixed meal which entails a generous assortment of curries, breads, biryani, noodles and gravies. The good news is – eat as much as you want. The live grill comes with appetizers like, mutton sheek kebab, paneer tikka, fish tikka, tandoori mushrooms, grilled prawns, chicken tikka, Cajun spicy baby potatoes and veg seekh kebab. Later pick a cuisine between North-Indian or Chinese or pick both. Dabble into the curry with naans or swirl some noodles on to your fork. Finish strong with kulfi, pudding, pastries and gulab jamun. For a limited price you can have a memorable meal at Barbeque Nation.