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This multicuisine, all-day dining restaurant at the Crowne Plaza in Gurgaon has smart, well-appointed interiors and an easy charm that works well for business travellers. The À la carte menu is limited and is offset by regular food festivals. The private dining room at this restaurant seats only six and may be increased to eight; reserve in advance.
Sector 29 in Gurgaon is an up and coming hub for foodies stealing attention from its neighbouring Cyber Hub. The vicinity has become quite a glitzy corner for trendiest restaurants and pubs, hosting some of the best gastronomy the city has to offer. Its layout not only houses fab restaurants but few swanky hotels as well. One of the major five star properties around Sector 29 is Crowne Plaza Hotel, a posh luxurious address to some really great restaurants. But leading the roost is its all-day dining venture ‘Café G’, an elegant well-designed space guaranteed to impress you. It is favoured by families and well as corporates, and businessmen power lunching here is a common sight. Café G surpasses all expectations when it comes to elegance, flavour and service. If you want a flawless dining experience then Café G is your answer.
The menu of Café G is superb. It is cleverly crafted so that it satisfies the hotel’s varied clientele, some of them conventional and some of them jet-setters. The restaurant is functional 24X7 so day starts pretty early for them. Stop by for a lavish breakfast or come in the evening to have a good time over drinks and food. Café G’s menu tackles North Indian, Continental and Chinese cuisines. Foray into the menu starting with, Asian chicken satay, khumb malai kali mirch, tandoori kukad, corn quesadilla, salmon & tuna nigiri, octopus salad with sesame dressing, kesariya paneer tikka, chicken souvlaki with tzatziki and gosht nariyal aur curry patte ki seekh. Follow the first course with the mains such as, draught beer battered fish fillet, black truffle topped pizza, three treasure vegetables with cashewnut, kofta-e-chaman and lobster with saffron beurre blanc.
Spoil your sweet tooth with an array of desserts like, gulab jamun, hazel nut crunchy cake with praline sauce, lemon chiffon pie, green apple champagne in white chocolate shell, kesar elaichi rasmalai and espresso flavoured mascarpone cheesecake. Ambience is another of their strong point. The look is formal, exotic and stylish. A play of grey and wine coloured chairs flanking the formal dining tables divides the space neatly. The restaurant is not too brightly lit but enough to enhance cosiness. If you want more privacy then ask to be seated in their private dining space which separates the main dining room with a wall of sheer curtain. Café G is expensive yet worth it.