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The restaurant specialises in North West Frontier cuisine and is a part of Club Florence in sector 56 Gurgaon. It has a bright and refreshing décor with an eclectic menu. Although the colour code inside is grey and white, the lighting makes all the difference. People not in the mood for some heavy dishes can try the lemon coriander soup that has a balmy clear chicken broth with vegetables and tender chicken pieces with some lemon juice. Murgh ki Ashrafi is the one dish that has to be tried here. It is Chicken cubes marinated in melted cheese and chilly flakes and wrapped with egg white and cooked in a tandoor.
Party scene in Gurgaon has vastly improved over the years, since the influx of many trendy youthful places that have sprouted all over the city but patrons of a certain age desire for something more comfortable and soothing. They find the bright quirky spaces although fun sometimes but feel the need for something a little sophisticated and yet stylish. Even after dropping a substantial bundle at the hip joints the patrons return home buzzed but peckish. If you are too looking for someplace that ticks all the checkboxes mentioned above then drive down to Sector 56, Gurgaon at Club Florence’s ‘The Blaze’. The restaurant is quite fierce in name and brings the same intensity through its menu and attractive ambience. The Blaze is ideal for those looking to spend some fun but quality time together.
The Blaze keeps an eclectic menu and specialises in North West Frontier cuisine. Both North Indian and Chinese cuisines are targeted here with finesse and excellence. The good news – Blaze is pretty affordable. Give your drink company in form of some yummy appetizers like, murg ki asharafi, chilly mushroom, fish n chips, dahi ke kebab, drums of heaven, murg malai kebab, soya malai tikka, honey chilli potato, dhaba boti kebab, chilly chicken dry, machi amritsari, makki ke kebab, chicken 65, afghani tandoori murg and bharwan tandoori aloo. Tackle the curries and gravies with some buttery naans or a bowl of aromatic noodles. Dig into, chooze khaas makhani, exotic veg in hot garlic sauce, malai kofta, sweet & sour chicken, lal maas, veg Manchurian, railway mutton curry, grilled chicken in lemon butter sauce, penne arrabiata, sirkey pyaaz wali bhindi and rara gosht.
As the final send-off enjoy a serving of dessert like, lychee ki tehri, moong dal ka halwa, gulab jamun, gajar ka halwa and shahi tukra. The Blaze may fool you at first glance with its elegant and tasteful décor but once the lights come on, the place transforms itself into a striking and upbeat space. With a flick of a switch the classy formal space converts its ambience into a more lively one. It’s a nice place to take your family or friends to. Give them a prior notice and they will be more than willing to help you organize a small gathering of friends. Even by Gurgaon’s standards, The Blaze is a good bargain when you want to spend within limit.