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Lagom is a great place to meet for drinks and dinner for the after-office crowd, as it is located in a corporate building. Beer lovers should definitely try their citrusy fresh Belgium wheat German beer. The sweet yet potent pomegranate and lemongrass martini is a must-try cocktail and the refreshing berry basil raspberry is a great option for teetotallers. The food menu leans more towards Pan Asian cuisine. Their appetisers include a crispy sesame chilli-flavoured lamb konjee wrap, the peppery dasuan lajio jichi garlic chicken wings and juicy murgh kali mirchi. If you are looking for a more conventional option, do not miss their smoky thin-crust diavolo pizza topped with chicken salami, pepperoni, pork sausages, ham, tomato and mozzarella.
Recently i have visited this place with my friends. Good interiors. Tatsty food and has got good menu too. Nice place to visit again.
Visited this Brewery and Kitchen along with large group of friends. Really enjoyed the evening. Drinks and snacks. Had a light dinner as well. Service was really good. Overall atmosphere was nice with a live DJ. Food was good but not fantastic. Overall a good experience.
I recently visited the place in the office party. Starters served was average in taste and dont have much options too. We started dancing to cheer our spoiled moods and asked DJ to play our song which he didn’t played for long and on asking he rudely replied. Not much options in Liquors too. Overall bad experience of the place. Would not recommend this place to anybody.
Good place for dining with friends and family. Staff and service is good along-with food and ambiance. Must try their fresh beer!! Dishes reasonable priced.
My visit at this place was occasionally but their snacks and flavored hookah made me fan of this from last two week I visited here for three times if you're looking for affordable snaacks visy here
Since Gurgaon has transformed into quite an IT hub in the past decade, its gastronomy has undergone a major overhaul. What was a rustic rural mini city has transformed itself into a magnificent haunt for social activities and adventurous gastronomy. Even the secluded areas as Sohna Road have become quite populated by the arrival of luxury residential block on its parameters. Patrons passing through the city often finds themselves commuting on the Sohna route, hence the laneful of trendy family restaurants crammed on both side of the busy road. Out of the vast selection of wonderful restaurants, you will find ‘LAGOM Kitchen + Brewery’ at JMD Megapolis Mall a culinary revelation. The comfortable spacious interiors of LAGOM makes it an ideal dining destination for families and large corporate groups.
Being one of the few microbreweries in the city, LAGOM has somewhat a reputation for being a cosy yet elegant place, immensely popular with patrons of all ages. It keeps a diverse menu that forays into Italian, Asian, North Indian and European cuisine. Somewhat expensive, the best way to tackle the wide menu of LAGOM’s is to begin correctly through the appetizers. Tuck into, curry leaf prawns, gyoza, scotch egg, onion rings, malai broccoli, cumin coriander lamb, mount view nachos, dim sums, mutton burra kebab, crispy cigars, crisp whole red snapper, dahi ke kebab, nimbu ajwaini fish tikka, JD wings, crispy lotus stem and paneer crispy palak. Main course entails, mapo tofu, herb crusted chicken, malai kofta, roulade cottage cheese steak, anda curry, phad thai, spicy sambal lamb and chemeen curry.
Indulge your sweet tooth with choco-rum mousse, banana upside-down cake, baked cheesecake, rich chocolate brownie and shahi tukra. Food alone can’t carry a restaurant to its success, the interiors matter too. LAGOM Kitchen + Brewery is fortunate in that manner. The brewery is charmingly designed with warm earthy hues to make the place seem inviting and eye-catching. The seating is semi-formal and very cosy to encourage the diners to linger over their meals for hours. On the left side is their brewery plant encased in a glass and on the right is the busy bar where you can find several house brews on tap. Their Belgium wheat German beer is a hot-seller and a favourite of the regulars. They host Sufi nights every Wednesday so keep an eye open for that.