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The district in the name of this restaurant; comes from its attempt at seamless integration of distinct cuisines via its five live cooking stations. Its locations notwithstanding, this restaurant is an ambitious venture. Its success is evident in the fact that the restaurant gets crowded on the weekends, when people have the time to drive out to it. The food is multi cuisine (from India, Malaysia, China, Indonesia and the Mediterranean) and the chefs place an emphasis on seasonal ingredients. Take a short drive if you’re up to it, the restaurant won’t disappoint.
Coming to the all-day restaurants, we find them to be the best kind of places to dine when you are on the odd end of time. Wading through the city in middle of the night or returning back after a particularly tedious party, no matter what the occasion is you can safely enjoy the luxury of delicious hot meal anytime of the night at an all-day dining kitchen of your choice. But if you ask us we would point you towards this wonderful restaurant right on the outer edge of bustling Gurgaon city. Housed in great Hyatt Regency on NH-8, ‘Kitchen District’ lures your attention for being a classy place to dine away from the noisy atmosphere of the city. It may need quite a bit of drive to get there but when you do, the result is immensely satisfying.
One thing you have to say about Hyatt, the hotel does know its gastronomy well. Its all-day dining venture Kitchen District packs quite a flavourful punch by keeping a varied and global menu. It tackles Asian, Continental, North Indian and Japanese cuisines beautifully, maybe for an expensive price but entirely worth it. Open the menu with appetizers, Chicken satay skewers, zaffrani paneer tikka, edamame, ebi tempura, deep fried calamari, Makai aloo seekh, money bag dumplings, tangri kebab, miso soup, ika shiokara, salmon carpaccio, buta salad, char sui bun, wonton noodles soup, afghani jhinga, yaki nasu, Charminar kebab and beans & water chestnut dumplings. Move to the scrumptious mains such as, black bean fish, gosht rajwari, tofu steak, twice baked leg of lamb, paneer makhani, ma po tofu, Sichuan noodle, kai kari kurma, una don, ricotta stuffed vegetables, pizza diavola and crispy roast duck.
Their desserts are mention-worthy and should be enjoyed at leisure. Do try out, yuzu crème brulee, ice cream macaroon sandwich, kaccha gola, lemongrass consommé, chocolate sphere, chocolate pizza and panna cotta. Kitchen District reflects the elegance and sophistication of its stunning surroundings. The restaurant is beautifully plush in tones of cream and black, enlivened by plenty of usage of crystal curtains that envelops the place. Stylish formal tables sections the room into vast nooks of seclusion and privacy. It’s an ideal classy backdrop for a nice dinner party with friends and family. Kitchen District is only a short drive away so grab your friends tonight and head over for a relaxing refined meal.