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Located in Ramada Hotel at Sector 44, Gurugram. A casual dining restaurant with simple yet elegant interiors with a splash of brown colour, ambient lighting and comfortable seating area. It offers both lavish buffet spread and a la carte menu. Some of the highlights from their a la carte menu are 'Mezze Platter', 'Quesadillas', 'The Incredible Hulk', 'New Zealand Lamb Chops' and 'Murgh Lahori'
Was here to try their Bengali themed brunch and the experience was rather average. Tried some breakfast fare, vadas weren't super fresh. Their North Indian appetizers were amazing - chicken Tikka, soya chaap and more. The cold cuts and dips needed to be so much fresher. The Bengali fare was a decent attempt but not too impressive.
Cafe rouge in Gurgaon is a good option for Punjabi food. They have some mouth watering food options and provide good buffet options as well.
Ramada Gurgaon Central has a Punjabi Food Festival going on till the 30th of November'17 and it's awesome. Our Chef's from Uttrakhand have really got magic in their hands and Chef Amit Kumar dished out some really amazing and innovative dishes which we relished to the core and not a single dish which wasn't outstanding. The decore of the outlet had that village theme and team is dressed up in traditional dhaba attire with a typical village dhaba look with charpoi kuwan n laltains around and a dhol which is played to start the evening. Started with Golgappas with vodka shots and Patiyala Bharwan Gujian Veg n Non Veg, this was interesting as this was Chef's innovation. Till date we only had sweet gujia with mava stuffing so really liked salted version too. Jalandhari murg tikka was soft juicy and well marinated and wrapped with keshew paste and spices and tasted good. Dunali seekh kebab came with a difference where chicken was stuffed inside mutton seekh, quite innovative. Tillori gold coin tikki was very soft and melt in mouth kinds with nice flavour of sesme seeds. Bhatinda da sarso bhara aloo was another great innovation of Chef which we liked where tandoori aloo had a stuffing of Sarso ka saag. Fish Amritsari and bhute da seekh were also equally satisfying starters. Mains were also devilishly delicious. Sarson ke saag with makke di roti is a favourite Punjabi dish which everyone loves n good option in winters. Dal Makhani as per chef takes 72 hours to get that perfect taste aroma and had creamy texture with nice colour. Dum Aloo was very different then the regular one's... nice gravy and small aloo used for it. Rara mutton and dhabe da chhuka pulao tested awesome too. Hari mirch ka halwa is something new which Chef offered for dessert which one couldn't make out really as to what is the base used for this halwa. Halwa parantha was another rich dessert which was awesome but can't have full portion after having so much so if you have a real sweet tooth then start the meal with it to relish the full portion. Food ............ 4.5/5 Service ......... 4/5 Ambiance..... 4/5 Location........Sector 44 Gurgaon Cost ............... Buffet 1450 +taxes.... A not to be missed event....so go for it
RAMADA CENTRAL GURGOAN in Sector 44, Gurgoan is celebrating PUNJAB FOOD FEST these days. Hotel is very centrally located in close proximity to major corporate offices. Approx, six years old property with two hundred plus key has all the modern facilities such as S Pool, Bar, Fitness Center, Spa. The Punjab Food Fest has started on 15th Nov and is on till 30th Nov, 2017. Nicely decorated the restaurant in vibrant colours to give the feel of Punjab village. The Fest is on in the evenings, with Punjabi music, Dhol and Live counters for Chaat, Gol Gappa with Patiala Peg/Vodka shots, Doodh Kadai, Jalebi, Lassi,…… Had relished some of the exotic delicacies, GOLGAPPA, GOLGAPPA with VODKA, MIRCHI PAKODA, very innovative VEG and CHICKEN GUJIYA…….Looks so nice, perfectly done, crispy, very tasty, PANEER CHANGA MANGA KURKURI……very crisp from outside done with papad and soft from inside, BHUTE DA SEEKH….again superb, soft, BHATINDE DA SARSON BHARA ALOO…….very different from the usual stuffed, roasted Aloo. From the Non Veg section, DUNALI SEEKH KEBAB….done with Mutton and Chicken, JALANDHARI MURG TIKKA…..soft, juicy with great taste, FISH AMRITSARI….. SARSON KA SAAG MAKKE DI ROTI NAAL with Gur, DUM ALLO MALAI…..Dum aloo with a twist, DAL MAKHNI, RARA MUTTON with DHABE DA CHUKKA PULAO, all dishes are done with perfection and served with great enthusiasm. HALWA PARANTHA……again parantha with a twist, puff patty fried so that is remains crisp and soft. HARI MIRCH KA HALWA……this is something unique, had it for the first time and was delicious and so was the colour, nice light green. Exec Chef Amit Kumar has done a marvelous job, each and every dish is done with great passion and all of them came out fantastic. Just few days left to steal the deal, very reasonably priced as 1400 plus taxes !!
The Buffet at Lunch was good, tasty and well laid out. the attentive service was unobtrusive and helpful.
If your job keeps you up at odd hours, chances are you will have no time to sit down and have a proper square meal. Stealing few bites between meetings are all you could get. It’s better you try for all-day dining restaurants, where you can assuredly get a lavish hot meal at odd hours of the day or night. Be it an early morning breakfast meeting or a late night hunger pang post work, these 24X7 kind of restaurants always come to your rescue. One of our usual haunts for such days is ‘Café Rouge’, a smart all-day dining restaurant tucked in the heart of Gurgaon. Sprawled on the lobby level of Ramada Gurgaon Central, Sector 44, Gurgaon, Café Rouge is the pulse of this elegant hotel. It is always buzzing with activity.
As one expects of a good all-day dining restaurant, the menu available at Café Rouge is similarly generous as well. It is a classic composition of North Eastern, Continental, South Indian and Fast Food cuisines. This multi-cuisine spread offers the diners a generous selection of crowd-pleasing dishes that goes down well with all kind of palates. Café Rouge’s buffets are well-known with it’s regulars. Try them out if you get a chance. If not breakfast, start your stint at Café Rouge with the appetizers like, Punjabi murgh tikka, mezze platter, shrimp kataifi, chutney wala paneer, irani machli tikka, doodhiya dahi ke kebab and fattoush. Chase it up with mains. Must tries for you are, fettucini montanara, prawn coconut & red chilli curry, old fashioned fish & chips, Mediterranean pizza, rajasthani gatta curry, salmon meshwi, home style vegetable moussaka and BBQ mix grill pizza.
Tipplers can wash down the meal with a boozy drink of their choice. Do full justice to Café Rouge’s final dessert course. Polish off, almond carrot cake, double crusted apple pie, melted chocolate truffle, raspberry pannacotta, cappuccino hazelnut mousse, stuffed gulab jamun and polar bear den. The dessert selection comes as a wonderful surprise. Prices are not outrageous but fits comfortably in any pocket. As you move past the reception, on your left hand will start the opening of Café Rouge. You will find this all-day restaurant an elegant spacious spread done up in shades of brown to infuse warmth. A sunlit conservatory with a glass ceiling resides at the very heart of this modern restaurant.