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A fine dine restaurant in Ibis is an ideal spot for a quite bite or a relaxed meal. The vast space, bright and comfortable seating and a well-lit ambience makes it a great space to dine. The Hpmestyle Lamb Curry and Thai Curry are flavourful and one can pair it with rice. The Kathi Rolls are great for a quick snack.
Presentation was good,staff very courteous,coffee and tea was real good and well presented.Main course was OK,need to improve the taste of the food.Cost wise also not that bad,so overall a decent place.
Went there for breakfast with my family and trust me as always it was incredible with a beautiful spread that also included japanese section. The dosas were by far the best you could have in a hotel. Indian breakfast options were tremendous though not forgetting the loveliness of crisp waffles that I ordered twice. The star was the hand beaten coffee... so nostalgic ! Special thanks to Gulshan Gathania (their F & B Manager) and team who made it even more special for us by catering to our dietry needs. The staff is humble and courteous with a lot of positivity. Would love visit again.... Kudos to the team !
Great food & Great service..Sandeep & Sunny in service staff are phenomenal guys & really awesome hospitality. Keep it up!!
It is said that one can't put a price on comfort... Ibis (owned by Accor Hotels) proves the contrary by offering their guests well-being at the best price. In a bid to revamp the general perception of Ibis having an economy emphasis, Ibis Golf Course Road, Gurgaon have revamped their all-day casual dining multi-cuisine restaurant Spice It, and I had a chance to visit the unveiling of a concept that imbibes the essence of International and Indian cuisines being served with a twist while offering a relaxed dining atmosphere. The restaurant is situated on Lobby Level at Ibis and is done in vibrant hues. There are street-smart elements like tiffins, tea kettles, and cycles positioned as counters, while the wall art depicts vivid spices in spoons, and sliced veggies. It is a spacious setting that is well lit, with an adjoining lobby bar, that has the choicest of beverages to prepare, along with a lounge that has games like Foosball and Darts to while away time. Spice It offers Buffet as well as A La Carte settings for patrons, wherein the buffet features Hawker House counters ranging from salads to appetizers to mains to desserts, all amid a live kitchen setting, for all meals of the day - breakfast, lunch, dinner. Another USP at Spice It across India is that they have the longest running breakfast in town - from as early as 4 AM till noon. As for A La Carte, it is being marketed as 'Multi Cuisine Desi Style' or 'Desi Cuisine Multi Style'. There is a variety of delicious options for patrons to choose from, and you would be spoiled for choice as far as savory preparations are concerned. The desserts could do with a lot more innovation and variety, nonetheless. Here's what would be the must-have dishes at Spice It... Salad and Soup: Spice It Caesar is their in-house special take on the classic Caesar salad with assorted salad green and a salad dressing. Tibetan Thukpa was high on flavor with veggies, noodles, and a bit of oil and spice. Cafe Eats: Spaghetti Chettinad was a delicious amalgam of Italian and South Indian flavors. Tandoori Momos were well-prepared and had suitable dips as accompaniment. Shichimi Spiced Crispy Corns were aptly seasoned and had a vivid aesthetic plating with golden yellows and greens. Chicken 65 and Bullet Chili Chicken were again, high on the South Indian flavors, complete with curry leaves, lime, and bullet chilies respectively. Bun-Shun-Wraps-Rolls: Phulka Soft Tacos were simply melt-in-mouth and owing to the clothespins, reminded me of 'Something To Taco About' at Too Indian. Tiffin Time: Paneer Tamater Roll is simply the best bet at Spice It. Accompanied by Lahsuni Naan, it aces the flavors and offers a pleasant lingering taste on the palate. Mutton Pepper Fry is a well-prepared dish and is aptly accompanied by Malabar Parantha. Meal In A Bowl: Kadhi Chawal is presented in a vibrant tiffin and is hands-down, the most popular dish that appeals to patrons with a vegetarian preference. Shanghai Fried Rice is undoubtedly the best bet when it comes to savoring Oriental Cuisine at Spice It. Andhra Chili Chicken was served on a bed of Lemon Rice accompanied by Appalam. Nasi Goreng at Spice It was a classic take on the popular Malaysian preparation. Breads & More: Chur Chur Parantha was stuffed with choicest fillings and accompanied by Dal Makhni and Boondi Raita. Kottu is a popular Sri Lankan street fare and was nicely done by the folks at Spice It. Desserts: Baked Yogurt was topped with sliced pistachios and Gulab Jamun. Rasmalai Panna Cotta was accompanied by sliced fruits and garnished with mint. Parle G Cheesecake seemed like a lift-off from the popular dessert with a mirrored plating at Farzi Cafe. All in all, Spice It's #TadkaMaarke avatar has had me pleased to a certain extent with their culinary takes on classic preparations to present a modern perspective to those.
The Menu Card itself was so impressive. I really appreciate all those who have worked on this concept, which was introduced in this hotel for the first time. That was three months back. F & B Manager Gulshan Gathania explained me the new concept, Executive Chef Varun explained on the twists in the menu. The Menu Card has cartoons on the cover page. The dishes are given interesting names. "Spaghetti Chettinadu" is a classic Pasta with an Indian twist. "Chengannur Kerala Coffee" means Filter Coffee. The coffee beans are sourced from Kerala from an estate in Chengannur that has been producing coffee since 1939. The "Nasi Goreng" here is the same Indonesian dish, but with a Goan flavour. On the back cover of the menu it is written “hungrily ever after". The famous Sri Lankan street fare "Kottu" has an Indian twist too. The display of this restaurant is stunningly spectacular. Very creative and unique. Even cycles are kept. They are used to stack the glasses (can you beat that?). Ceramic containers to food props. Casual, trendy atmosphere. Four oval plates are escorted by four glasses plus one glass bottle full of water on every table. Spoons, Knives, Forks and folded Paper Napkins sit together in a ceramic vase. I really liked the table set up and the overall ambience. On the wall are studded 22 big spoons - white in colour. Each spoon has a plastic container filled with different spices. Multiple hawker house stations present street food delivered in a hygienic, air conditioned environment. Indian food enhancers await the guests in the Pappad-Pickle- Chutney counter. A book mark is kept on the table – which happens to be your Buffet Starter Menu. My dinner in this restaurant started with the "Tibetan Thupka", a classic Noodle Soup in Tibetan style. It came in a black soup bowl with a handle. I also tried Steamed as well as Tandoor Momos crafted by Chef Dom Bahadur. I paired the home-style Bhindi preparation with Phulkas. Thanks to Chefs Subodh and Aman. With "Rasmalai Panacotta", a signed off. The suggestion in fact came from Chef Sanjeet Goyat .Team leader Vivek ushered me in and Guest Service Associate Vijay served me. During my stay (16, 17 July 2017) I had been to this restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Stewards are very cheerful and enthusiastic. My special appreciation to Mandeep and Kamal, both Guest Service Associates. Hostess Christie wears a smile always and is ready to help the guests with her big heart.