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For ages Gurgaon waited for the next best thing to happen to it after it went through a major facelift by the arrival of several multi-national companies and a large group of Fortune 500 offices. The city swelled and bloomed under the attention it received and it directly affected the gastronomy of the city. After the grand success of Cyber City, Gurgaon welcomed the trendy spill-over into Sector 29, which arose as the new ‘it’ hub for the city’s gastronomes. The locality emerged as a popular destination for hip pubs and fancy stylish restaurants along with some interesting breweries as well. It is absolutely crammed wall to wall with cafes, food trucks, fine dining restaurants and funky bars, attracting a horde of punters daily. Browse for what you’re looking for and dive in.
The best way to reach Sector 29 is through the metro to avoid the heavy traffic. Get down at Huda City Centre Metro Station and grab an auto or if you like to travel in style then stick to the cabs. The market opens about 9 am when several bistros and cafes puts out a decadent spread of breakfast, going into the late hours of the night. The vibe here is exhilarating and fun, full of life and high-end energy. The Sector 29 market lies right at the heart of the corporate and commercial centre of the city, surrounded by several posh hotels and some retail spots as well. The parking here is free which certainly adds to the charm of the place. Although Sector 29 is more food oriented if you want to shop, trust us you won’t go home empty handed. Leisure Valley Park and Kingdom of Dreams are two attractions of this place.
If you take your food seriously then you will find plenty to do in Sector 29. There is a plethora of cuisines on offer inspired from all over the world. One can be as adventurous or as old-fashioned with their food as they want. From molecular gastronomy to Pan Asian to Fusion to Awadhi to All-Day Dining, the selection is exhaustive but mouth-watering. One should try Silom wheat beer at Walking Street by Soi7 or have some dal chawal arancini at Molecule. Dig into some sensational Pan Asian at The Westin’s EEST and take out time for something eclectic at After Stories or The Classroom.