The hotshot IT hub - Gurgaon is always buzzing with new and innovative restaurants. Be it for a quick lunch or a fun get together, we always look for something that is different and unique. One is more open to exploring and newer experiences, so here is a list of unique cuisine restaurants in Gurgaon from Korean to Vietnamese to Mexican for the hardcore food enthusiast.
The El Sabor is all about authentic yet playful South American delicacies in the heart of Gurgaon.
Inspired from the Latin culture, the food, beverage and music, all gets a taste of simplicity from the far coast. Following the legacy of authentic spicing techniques and the freshness of local ingredients their Fajitas, Burritos, Empanadas, Enchiladas, Crazy Nachos and Shrimp Ala Diabla tops the list. What is good food without great spirits? Columbian mixologist Anna Marie has churned out some innovative tequila-based cocktails and margaritas. Looking for something special? El Sabor host special Mariachi band nights with dedicated salsa socials.
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The revival of the 32nd Milestone is seeing many interesting and exotic eateries opening up. One such is Mallacca Malaysian Kitchen, an SMI restaurant (Singaporean/ Malaysian, Indonesian all under one roof). The interiors see traditional Malaysian women and hanging jute lamps create a much impact.
Delicacies like Kerabu Mangga (Salad in Malaysian language and Mangga is Mango), Nasi Lemak, UbiKeledek Goring (Panko Sweet Potato), Murukku Doughnut, Rendang Mallacca, Ikan Bakar (Grilled fish in banana leaves) and Singapore Chilli Lobster who are the real show stoppers, gives the right feel and blend of slight sweet, sour and spicy flavours. The bar has its signatures like The Black Scorpion & Limau Gedang, Limau Gedang to lift your spirits.
This Vietnamese Hip Bar and Dining, is all about the rich sensual spirit of Vietnamese food and culture. Located in Cyber Hub, the interiors sees wall art depicting Vietnamese culture along with cane lampshades along with yellow & green cosy seating space for the guests. The kitchen has seen names like Rupali Dean and Chef Vaibhav Bhargava who have brought their exclusive gastronomy knowledge to the table.
Their Signatures like Vietnamese Stewed Beef, Bo Kho, Lemongrass Pork Skewers - Banh Hoi Thit Nuong, a pancake filled with shrimp, Pork - Banh Xeo, Stone Hot Pot Fish and more are those quintessential dishes from Vietnamese classics. To create an overall experience authentic, the bar is inspired by Vietnamese and Asian classics with modern infusions for a tipsy thrill. One can sense a mix of the colonial and contemporary feel of the country too.
This happens to be Delhi’s first Bombay Irani Cafe and Bar. SodaBottleOpenerWala is keeping up the legacy age-old Irani cafes. Quirky write-ups on the walls, Iranian café furniture, old fashioned table cloths are a perfect example of nostalgia and all grab your attention.
The Bawa’s serve you with much enthusiasm and quite a few interesting items are not-to-be-missed Aloo Aunty’s extra crisp Vegetable Cutlet, Murghi Na Farcha, Patra ni Macchi, Berry Pulao - rice preparation with Chicken/mutton/vegetables cooked in Parsi masala topped with berries and nuts, Lagan nu Custard and Khade Chamach ki Chai (tea with half a glass of sugar!). Flavours are authentic and have a perfect blend of spices to make the meal memorable.
Before you leave do not forget to grab a handful of Kisme Toffee, Pan Parag and Mango Bite.
This little Korean place has been around for quite some time. Typical Korean interior setting, low seating dining, staff dressed in traditional Korean attire gives a very inviting feel to the place. Gung The Palace, though miles away from Korea but gives you a taste right from that land. One does not need to wave the server as there is a bell on each table. Pretty interesting, right? With an array of side dishes that include Egg Roll, Pickled Veggies, Mashed Potato and the very Korean staple, a personal favourite, Kimchi, the place is known to roll out excellent set menus for lunch.
Choose from your choice of one small plate and a big plate (from an option of four choices), and pair these with as much as you please little treat portions sides makes for a bellyful meal. While eating, Koreans do not give the comforting Bibimbap a miss. From the mains, the Korean style Scallion Pancakes, along with the Prime Tenderloin Ribs does much justice to the palate. To raise the temptation, the starters, soup and dessert are all free and a part of your meal!
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A former journalist with 11+ experience, is now an eminent home chef in the Ayandrali, is fond of reading about the history of food, travelling to explore different cuisine and more. With her years of practical food knowledge and hands-on cooking experience, Ayandrali is currently teaching in NIFT spreading her culinary knowledge along with keeping up her zest for Travel and Food alive. Her work has also been published in Times of India, Times Food, Food Tak, The Hindu, Mail Today, HuffPost India.