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This jungle themed restaurant in Ghaziabad is an affair one must experience. The rustic ambience done in wooden tones would make you feel like you are dining amidst a tropical forest. One must try the veg kebab platter. It comes with a variety of starters. Opt out for the Methi Malai Matar with Khasta Roti for mains.
Great ambiance since it is a theme restaurant. Since I am a pure vegetarian so I tried vegetarian dishes in Chinese cuisine. Food was awesome and nice service... Higher on price side but surely value for money. I would recommend specially for Chinese lover. Thanks woods...
The food Is awesome here along wd taste n quantity. The ambience is first thing ul notice and ul b In love with the jungle look... Sitting in a place looks like jungle n eating our food itself in an amazing exp.
Have been to this place and I always enjoy this place to have food or host a small party. They have special area for kids so they are engaged and you can focus on your food and good discussions. Ensure you call them first to reserve else you may have to wait. Cheers.
Nice place . Strategically located. Parking available, great ambience. Food is average. Bill is slightly on higher side.
Lets talk about the ambiance first: it has a very unique jungle themed décor. On the first floor you can sit by the large aquariums with fishes looking at those you would be awestruck adding to the beauty of Restaraunt. Not only ambiance staff working here wear uniforms like forest officers. You would definitely be in awe after visiting here. Does offer eccentric lightings and great music which sure gonna lift one's mood. Lets now come to most imp aspect :p FOOD: Food is luscious! It offers North Indian, Chinese and Mughlai cuisine. Do try Dahi k kabab, its very delicious and different. Beverages served here are very unique as well. CONS: Price is on higher side. Staff and service is very slow :p
New Delhi has gained a taste for eccentric mood dining and often ventures out to experience out of the box ambience and attractive decors. If there is one thing Delhiites knows how to, its style and that preference shows in the awesome variety of dining styles offered in the city. There is only one thumb rule, the funkier the better. Not much is said about the fine dining circuit of Ghaziabad so it’s with joy that we are reporting about this fantastic new restaurant opened up in the city. Located at Gaur Gravity Plaza in Sector 4 of Vaishali is a lovely family-style fine dining restaurant, ‘Walk In The Woods’. Key to the success of this restaurant’s popularity is the décor, which is designed to steal your breath away. To treat your family and friends to a visual panorama take them to Walk In The Woods.
The restaurant puts your culinary comfort first and sticks with what it knows best, classic crowd-pleasing dishes. The menu is a mélange of North Indian, Mughlai and Chinese delicacies, a combo that always goes down well with the diners. Kids are more than welcome and staff does their best to accommodate them. Do book ahead as the place gets filled pretty quickly. Feeling lazy? Call to get the food delivered to your home, but you will lose onto the whole dining experience. Sip onto a well-blended mocktail along with your meal. Munch on starters like, Kasturi kebab, dahi ke sholey, murg malai tikka, afghani hara phool, kabeeley wala gosht seekh and khumb laziz. For mains opt for a range of delectable curries and oriental gravies to be mopped up by flatbreads or fried noodles.
Say adieu to this whole memorable experience with an assortment of desserts. On offer is, phirni, bull’s eye, gulab jamun, ice cream, brownie with ice cream and leechi with ice cream. And now coming to what makes Walk In The Woods so sought after, it’s gorgeous décor. The interiors of the restaurant is inspired after a jungle, so get ready to delve into the deep ends of tropical forest without leaving Vaishali. Coarse stone cave like walls flanks a spacious dimly lit room, which forms a network of tree branches and green leafy vines. Life-like statues of tribal people mounts the walls as if peeking from the foliage. Overall, the experience is breath-taking and invigorating, plus it’s not too expensive as well.