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When you are in the vicinity of Sector 29 and want a delicious North Indian meal, in stylish, formal surroundings, look no further. Well-appointed interiors add to the appeal of this restaurant. The menu is concise and contains dishes that have been added after much thought: Chandani Chowk ki chaat, mountain lamb chops, and Diwan Mutton Curry, for example. Service is discreet rather than in your face and the noise level is subdued: a rarity in the neighbourhood. In fact, it is the combination of pleasing décor, good food, soft music and efficient service that is the draw here.
Its a nice place, happening and lively. Food was good. Service was good. Live music was the biggest attraction.
After days of OK food, we were recommended this small market to try out, where we found this restaurant. The food was awesome and was their service. We were at the front-most table so even enjoyed the view.
I often go to this place especially when I am inviting my extended family. They have a private room which can seat about 10 people. The fact that it has a huge round table helps so you can chat with everyone and not just the persons sitting immediately next to you or in front of you. The room has a very interesting huge glass window which let's you not only see the whole of buzzing Sector 29, Gurgaon and all the eating outlets around but also let's you see exactly when your friends arrive at the restaurant (that actually keeps the kids busy). The food is very good. I am a vegetarian but my friends eat non-vegetarian food and they were also all praises for it. The service is very personal and good and the staff and manager are very friendly. I usually make a booking in advance to reserve the table but I have also walked in at times with one or two friends and have never been disappointed so far.
when you are in leisure valley, to choose on a place to dine in is difficult as this place is flooded with options. ground floor hosts a pub called Talli junction. first floor is where this restaurant is. ambience is good, interiors well done. seating capacity is pretty decent. menu is elaborate with a whole of things to choose from. we did settle in for mutton, paneer, and some breads. the portions were great. food tasted good. service was good too. you need to keep your washroom clean!!!
The ambience is normal like of any fine dine. However the food was delicious. We loved Mutton Boti Masala. Value for money.
Glorifying Indian cuisine has been a pet project of the restauranteurs. They try to take this classic popular fare and give it their own tweak and then present it to the world in a sharp eye-catching atmosphere. North Indian food has always been centre of attraction for the restauranteurs and has been a classic choice for fine dining circuit game. There are string of well-known restaurants tucked all over Delhi NCR, each with their own gimmick to attract. For ‘Diwan – Indian Restaurant & Bar’ of Sector 29, Gurgaon, the play is simple – good food. The destination is a sought after place to dine at for the local families and even corporates, who often pop in for their curry fix. Whole week is busy for them, especially the lunch time. If you happen to be in vicinity and crave for some old-fashioned curry, look no further.
Take time when you visit Diwan, the restaurant encourages you to dawdle. Go with a roaring appetite because the food is sublime. Be ready to tuck into Diwan’s gorgeous North Indian and Mughlai fare, which will be as authentic as it can get. A bit expensive, Diwan can be an excellent choice for special family occasions. Look into their buffets, a more generous and economical option. With your choice of drink tackle the first course of, dahi ke kebab, mutton galouti, pan aur palak ki chaat, murgh malai kebab, soya chop mastani, rum ki raan and chandani chowk ki chaat. Break a jodhpuri parantha to mop up the curries such as, saag gosht, malai kofta, Malabar fish curry, lagee lipti sabzi, old style chicken curry, aloo gobhi udaigiri and Diwan’s mutton curry.
Feast on the final course of decadent desserts with options like, phirni, kulfi, rasmalai, kesar pista kheer, shahi tukra, gulab jamun and ice cream. The staff is well-trained. Ask them for recommendations, you won’t be disappointed. Interiors at Diwan – Indian Restaurant & Bar are tastefully designed by providing ample generous space. Lattice wooden screens separates private dining room from the general one. Long formal tables are added so that a party of ten can seat comfortably. Beautiful gilded mirrors on the walls and glowing lanterns in the corners, bring in the Indian touch. The ambience is refined, proper and elegant, just perfect for any formal occasion.