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They call this sprawling but elegant all-day-dining restaurant at the Gurgaon Oberoi, Threesixtyone because it is one degree more advanced than the original iconic Threesixty at the Oberoi, New Delhi. But unlike Threesixty, this is a much more gastronomically-ambitious operation, seeking to provide gourmet cuisine worthy of a specialty restaurant from every section. The big favourites (and probably the best) are the Punjabi dishes, straight from the streets of Amritsar and Chinese food that is so authentic that you could be eating in a restaurant in Cheng Du. The buffet is justly popular but the À la carte food is much better than you would expect at an all-day-dining establishment.
We went there as my daughter completed 5 months. Had a great time all thanks to the courteous well trained staff. My daughter was hungry and there was no feeding room available. The lady at the hotel without hesitation suggested that she could get me a room in their hotel for feeding the baby and escorted me to the room (as supposed to suggesting I feed the baby in the washroom which I have seen many people do!!)Unfortunately I forgot to get her name. Coming to the food, it was great as well, chef happily customized the veg platter for us as we don't eat mushrooms. Paneer Tikka particularly was delicious and so was the lasagna! Had a great time!! Will be going there soon for high tea :)
“Namaste Sir, you remember me? ....I had served you in Falaknuma Palace in 2014”.Sivo, the Service Associate greeted me with these words, while Hostess Shimreyi was ushering me in. That was the beginning of my culinary journey at this 210 seater restaurant yesterday (27 May 2018). Very meaningful, memorable dinner period it was. With “Mezze Platter” I climbed up. It came in a rectangle ceramic platter black in colour. Three small bowls sat together comfortably along with White Crudet Bowl with Carrot-Cucumber sticks. Dips were delicious. I sampled all three-Hummus (Chick Pea based) Baba Ganoush (Aubergine based) and Tzatziki(Yogurt based). I also liked pairing the dips with the Flat Bread Lavash. Executive Chef Manish Sharma suggested a twist in the Pumpkin Soup. I always prefer Pumpkin Soup for dinner as it is very healthy. It was a pleasant surprise for me that Ginger and Coconut Milk could make the soup further distinct. Chef Ashok Thapa dished out the Veg Dim Sums for me. The superlative taste was very pleasing. I liked the deliciously soft and delicately presented Dim Sums. Please see the food shots. Chef Varun Anand is very creative. I was delighted by his brilliant presentation. ‘Brurrata Salad’ was masterfully crafted by him. Continental Chef Narendra Singh who specialises in western cuisine contributed the ‘Tortellini’ with Parmesan Fondue in Tomato Cream Sauce. Yet another resplendent food presentation it was. Thankful to Chef Raju for the lip smacking Gobi- Muttar Subzi and home style delicious Dal. I paired the same with Phulkas. I signed off with Jamun Sorbet that came in an Ice Cream Glass (shorter version of Martini). Two Managers (Aditya Wariyal and Chandan Kumar Singh) of this iconic eatery interacted with me. The former explained me in greater details on the ingredients as well as cooking methods. I felt so valued. Aditya is very articulate. Chandan in calm and composed. The Officiating F& B Manager Nikhil Mangal renowned for his courteous demeanour posed for a photo with me.This eatery has half a dozen live kitchens other than the Bar Counter and Pizza Station. Evidently, this F&B Venue rarely goes wrong with its food. There is no dearth of choices. Shivo is very attentive in his service delivery. His good heartedness is amazing. Thank you Chef Manish, for your care, and for being a corner stone. What I found profoundly appealing in Manish is that, he is willing to accept the view points of the guests with an open mind. This pedigreed tastemaker speaks confidently and unfalteringly. Expresses convincingly too. The eatery was inundated with guests. Noisy. However, I liked the hustle and bustle. Mellifluous music was soothing. I felt very thankful. Eclectic menu. Elegant ambience. Tasty food with exquisite textures and flavours pleased the foodie in me. While leaving the restaurant after my dinner, I felt that I was certainly richer in my culinary experience. Yet another experience of legendary gourmet cuisine.
Excellent hotel. Wow service nice chilled champagne. Dinner was fantastic all my friends had a great time. Chef Manish is too good and so was the team
went for mother's day bf. it was as expected. i guess their lunch is better. will try that next time. otherwise excellent ambiance . good work
three sixty one degrees has excellent food and the service was also great . the best part was the ambience .
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Dining in style is a luxury well afforded by the upper crust, who have made things like brunch a part of everyday life. They breeze through life with a finesse that makes you feel almost envious especially when it comes to good food and fine lifestyle. Brunch is a term that gained success somewhere in the late 80's when you saw your favourite celebs lazing around on a late morning with friends over wine and food. Some establishments saw great scope in this mid-day meal and made a refined practice out of it, by including stuff like champagnes, caviars, gourmet salads and pizzas. One of the restaurants responsible for giving the brunch meal a polished look is The Oberoi's â€˜Threesixtyone Degrees'. This all-day dining venture of The Oberoi's is a spectacular place to kick start your day. Their famous ten champagne Sunday brunch is a stuff of dreams, an idea concocted by their awarded manager.
Astonishing interiors of Threesixtyone Degrees
Threesixtyone Degrees is encased in the stunning property of The Oberoi in Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon. It is much more gastronomically advanced than its fellow venture by the similar name, Threesixty Degrees. The â€˜one' you notice as the addition is due to the elevation in brilliance, ambience and quality. Threesixtyone Degrees is an elegant and pretty all day dining restaurant. The best seat in an indoor restaurant is where they have glass panes which provide a great view of infinity pool; as far as one can see. In winters, opt for outdoor seating where they have teakwood decks which are like dining on a sundeck on water. Also, they have five live kitchen counters including Sushi, Pizza, Chinese and Kebabs. They have a concept of Sunday trunch which means why you have to wait for Sunday brunch when you can enjoy it on Saturday also.
They have got best buffets in Delhi NCR
Threesixtyone Degrees is a very expensive place to dine, but their superb menu takes away the sting by treating you to a menu that trots around the globe. While you relish the poolside dining experience, browse through the menu to pick your starters. Keep a light and one the appetizers as their main course are sensational too. Tuck into, Scottish Salmon en Papillote, Lamb Stir Fried with Oyster Sauce, Prawn Coconut Chilli, Mexican Enchiladas and Mushroom Kra Pow. Threesixtyone Degrees has a serene quality that is ideal to begin your day with.
Location of Threesixtyone Degrees
Address: The Oberoi, 443, Phase 5, Udyog Vihar, Gurugram.
When the occasion calls for a lavish elegant place to dazzle your dinner companion, try picking Threesixtyone Degrees, a gorgeous all-day dining restaurant at The Oberoi, Gurgaon for a Special Occasion. Named after the iconic namesake in The Oberoi, New Delhi, Threesixtyone Degrees is just as spectacular. Adjacent to a wide sparkling pool, the restaurant is done in an elegant modern fashion so the effect is quite striking. Enjoy their famous champagne Sunday brunch near the pool or savor the best of global cuisines in their stunning dining area for a Special Occasion. Either ways the view would be lovely.