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While both branches are in office complexes, the one on MG Road is more stylish and the structure more sophisticated. Surprisingly, it is not as crowded as the one in a Sohna Road complex that swarms with corporates at lunch time. Meat – seafood, poultry and lamb – is the star of the show here and though they keep working on their vegetarian dishes, it is simply not in the same league. The chapli kababs and kachche gosht ki biryani are extraordinarily good, the latter being given a light doongar, so that the rice is perfumed with a hint of smoke.
Nice ambience and tasty food. Nihari is something which you need to try if you love mutton and spice. But the price of food is little costly. Allover it is a good restaurant. Must visit.
Nice place to dine. The menu items are very good and the prices are very reasonable. The service is good
Superb food and service. They have one of the best pakistani and North Indian food in gurgaon. Ambience is elegant.
I visited this restaurant with my office colleagues for a buffet lunch. The food quality was ok and there were a lot of flies and insects on the food and hotel staff was least bothered regarding hygiene.
They claim to have some unique preparations in Gurgaon. Hopefully, they will be able to maintain consistency. Firni in desserts was a bit disappointment.Pls note they do not serve liquor.
There is an old folk saying in Lahore that goes something like this, â€˜Jis Lahore Nai Dekhiya, O Jamyai Naiâ€™, which means â€˜who has not seen Lahore, He hasnâ€™t been bornâ€™. One of the most pleasurable part of Lahore is its lip-smacking food, which deserves to be explored at oneâ€™s leisure. Pakistani cuisine is vastly underrated when you compare it to Indian, Chinese or Italian cuisine, but there are handful of places in Delhi NCR that have dedicated to gives this wonderful cuisine a new boost of life. Located on the busy route of MG Road, Guragon, is a fantastic place that serves delicious Pakistani fare. â€˜Coriander Leafâ€™ is a family style dining place that has become quite popular with the neighbouring residents. As it is situated in an office complex, the majority of its clientele comprises of corporates dining in large number.
You will find Coriander Leaf tucked away on the ground floor of Vatika Triangle in Sushant Lok 1, encased in a seamless glass faÃ§ade gleaming under the sun. A vast spacious room made out of glass on one side is flooded with bright golden sunlight throughout the day. The interiors are done completely in tones of brown, using the wooden finishes heavily. High back chairs flanks small round tables, dotting all over the room at good breathable distance. The design is contemporary and very up to date. Coriander Leaf is an ideal place to dine if you want to take a large party of guests. Just let them know before hand and the staff will be more than happy to oblige. This outlet of Coriander Leaf is slightly more formal and structured than its sister concern at Sohna Road.
The food selection of Coriander Leaf is pretty clever. On one side, the menu tackles the homely yet rich North-Indian and Mughlai fare, on the other hand it elevates the brilliance by giving Pakistani cuisine a fair amount of space. Patrons donâ€™t mind paying a little more to sample the beautiful flavours of Pakistani food. In appetizers you should definitely try out, seekhan, paneer de tikke, dahi kebab, galouti kebab, mutterwali tikki, sikandari raan and pasroor malai tikka. Ask your server for a glass of kesar wali lassi before heading towards the main course. Kacche gosht ki biryani, chaamp, vadiyan mattar, Balti murg and Haleem is extraordinary. Donâ€™t give the desserts a skip. They are ideal finish to a memorable meal.