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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 a la carte food is much better than you would expect at an all-day-dining establishment.
we came here to celebrate our sixth anniversary and the experience was really good!! firstly the ambience of threesixtyone degrees is just out f d box..in one word Beautifull!! secondaly the staff was very polite nd friendly..they were very cooperative but the service was a little slow...thirdly the food was really good...starting with a starters like chicken tikka,chicken kababs,fish achari tikka,panner tikka,white sauce pasta and steam&fried momos..all the starters were amazing and delicious except steam and fried momos..the momos were undercooked nd raw and it was a bit smelly..coming to d main course i loved the murg ghosht,chicken biryani and all the salad section...and lastly we had deserts which were really yummy..my favourite was gulab jamun nd kheer...and lasty we had a coffee which was very nice and romantic..overall it was a delightful experience!!
Me and my family went to Oberoi for a lazy sunday brunch and my birthday celebration. The spread was quite lavish, which one expects from a 5 star restaurant. Apart from that, the stuff was very friendly and they were more than happy to cook anything special that you might like. My brother wanted to have a chicken ceaser salad which was not in the spread but the chef specially made it for him. Also, if you let them know in advance that it is someone's birthday, they provide you a delicious chocolate cake on the house. It is a bit expensive but perfect for the time when you want to splurge and relax.
Ambience - Very good especially deck which opens during winters. Deck closes at 10.
1.Veg dimsums - good.
2.Virgin Mojito - good.
3.Grey goose cocktail- good.
4. Lamb biryani - fine.
Salan and papads were served along. Salan was good.
It was our anniversary so they gave a complimentary chocolate cake which was yummy.
Note: With an Indian dish, they give dal, rice etc. complimentary on request.
I have visited this place several times and this time was no different. The place has an amazing look and feel about it, each time you leave he place, u fell happy about the place and plan to visit it again very soon. The staff is amazing, and their service is just world class. The food is cooked to perfection. They make sure to make all your occasions special and memorable. A must visit place for all.
We visited this restaurant on our 4th wedding anniversary. This was our first visit and we are glad that we selected this place for our anniversary date. We tried Chinese cuisine as suggested by Mr. Sanghvi and food was just perfect. Hospitality of staff was great. Place was also vibrant and we liked the ambience very much. Overall it was good experience. Surely, we will visit again. I have not given 5 star as staff didn't gave us option of outside sitting. We came to know about outside sitting by pool later on. Dinner in open besides the pool on a winter evening would have been more memorable :(
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 ‘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 branch is a stuff of dreams, an idea concocted by their awarded manager.
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 ‘one’ you notice as the addition is due to the elevation in brilliance, ambience and quality. Threesixtyone Degrees is a beautifully placed restaurant, sprawling wide overlooking the pool, which is as far as the eyes can see. The reflective panels are fitted on one side to extend the feeling of space. They are spaced at alternate distance so one can take a peek outside to admire the pool and the landscape. Indoors are just as gorgeous, done in warm wooden tones with soft off-white as the contrast. The look is modern, elegant, efficient and edgy.
This wonderful fine dining restaurant remains functional throughout the day into the wee hours of the night. Patrons are encouraged to waltz in anytime for a leisurely and lavish meal. 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 is 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.