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The restaurant has lavish interiors with sophisticated ambient lighting and dazzling chandeliers. The outdoor seating is very welcoming with water fountains and thick foliage all around. One of the dishes that can be tried here is the Swiss emmental and fragrant sage stuffed chicken scaloppini with perfectly roasted cauliflower and sour cream. The other dish which is worth trying is the soft grilled surmai fish in a wine, rosemary, thyme and basil marinade. The staff here is decent and tries to help out most times.
The coffee shop, Restaurant in the Best Western Hotel in Gurgaon is a neat place with a good selection of food and snacks. Good taste and reasonably priced.The bar attached alongside also has a good selection of spirits, beer and wines.Also nice pricing. The breakfast spread is reasonable and filling. For one of the meals it took a bit longer than usual but the compensated by providing a free dish of Chicken Rice. This place seems very popular with Japanese visitors as they cater to their food tastes with a Japanese chef.
Gastronomy scene in Gurgaon is slowly improving and what better sign than the presence of all the funky eateries starting to pop up on the local map. So much so the city is pulling diner crowd from it’s neighbor New Delhi, which is a sure shot indication of it’s culinary charms. While there are some youthful quirky food joints, some screams class and elegance. One example, ‘Lattitude’. This good-looking tranquil eatery is one of the loveliest places to eat in Gurgaon and pulls people with it’s green airy vibe. The restaurant is tailor-made for families and office crowd in mood for some hearty meal. It’s situated at Best Western Skycity Hotel, Old Judicial Complex, Sector 15, Gurgaon. The staff is quite helpful, ask for their recommendations. They fill up quickly, book ahead.
Lattitude is open for both lunch and dinner. They present a drool-worthy multi-cuisine menu that wonderfully captures the trifecta of gastronomy – North Indian, Chinese and Continental. Variety on offer is substantial. You will have plenty to choose from. One trip won’t nearly be enough to sample everything on Lattitude’s menu. The restaurant pairs their food with a decent bar selection. Beer is quite cheap. Feast on few appetizers first to whet your appetite like, tandoori prawns, poached chicken salad, mutton chaap, mushroom cappuccino, vegetable cocktail samosa, galouti kebab, fish n chips, malai kebab and vegetable tempura. Move further with mains. Worth having are, panini sandwich, moraccan orange chicken, roasted vegetable lasagna, Swiss emmenthal & sage stuffed chicken scalolopni, Thai red curry, burger, wild mushroom crepelle, grilled fish with lemon butter sauce and fussili in creamy pesto sauce.
Menu is appetizer heavy. If you want to drink and munch on starters then Lattitude would be ideal. The final dessert section is wide, indulge freely. You can tempt yourself with, pista gulab jamun, New York cheese cake, moong dal halwa, devil’s cake rich chocolate sauce, tiramisu with Italian almond biscotti and gluten free chocolate cake. Opt for their buffet if you get a chance. Lattitude have live performances by upcoming artists every fortnight. Prices are hefty. Décor wise, the restaurant is beautifully designed. Warm earthy tones is contrasted by soothing green sofas. Style is modern, elegant and timeless. Vast plate glass windows pours in ample sunshine during the day. For a casual al fresco meal, sit outdoors in their lush green courtyard.