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Located in Sector 50, Gurugram, it is a casual dining restaurant serving Middle Eastern and European cuisine. The white and brown interiors give the place a subtle and elegant look. Feast on Grilled Atlantic Salmon, Crispy Toadstool Duplex, Crispy Chicken Wings, Jamaican Jerk Chicken and Penne Pomodoro. Opt Tiramisu for dessert.
I visited this place with my friends. What I loved the most is the ambience over there. All other factors were also great.
We went to this restaurant and we were surprised by the taste of Italian and Mediterranean food we had ordered. The portions were good and reasonably priced as well. Service was amazing and well maintained. Highly recommended
Starting from their 2 layered lasagna to the Oven Roasted Chicken with Red Wine Sauce and and Chicken Steak literally having the same presentation and taste with the former being Boneless ofcourse, The Ivy, which was referred by an office colleague, turned out be an absolute let down, especially with the quantity, with even 3 dishes not being able to satisfy the hunger of 4 people. The only great thing about my experience was the dessert - Chocolate Pillow with Ice Cream, which was not only interesting, but satisfying as well.
A lot of people in 'Gurgaon Foodie' Facebook group posted about how great this restaurant was. So we went in with a lot of expectations. What we found was a okay restaurant with okay food (we went it for a Mezze platter and chicken shawarma) and rather low quality service (the waiters seemed disinterested in a otherwise empty restaurant, they struggled to name a drink that does not have alcohol and is a little sweet). Learning: Don't believe everything on Facebook
This is perfect example how based on some reviews (which now we realize is manipulated) you visit a restaurant and what you get is sheer disappointment. In the name of Mediterranean and Italian cuisine you get second class Indian food, I think even street foods are better than this. Welcome to India!