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Farzi Café lives by its motto ‘Indian deli food with a twist’
Dhaba - Estd 1986 Delhi is a popular destination with Dhaba-like ambience
The Pasta Bowl Company is a hidden Sicilian Osteria
NYC.Pie serves great thin crust pizzas that are waiting to be shared, or not!
Molecule Air Bar takes molecular gastronomy to a whole new level
SodaBottleOpenerWala is the quintessential Iranian Cafe
Head to Café Delhi Heights for an awesome Burger-y time
Enjoy all day breakfasts and New York deli style food at Indigo Delicatessen
Visit Di Ghent Café for great food and delicious coffee
Experience Goan cuisine in Gurgaon at Bernado’s
Gurgaon is not only a place for commerce, business and high-class entertainment, but it is also an expanding area for world cuisine, attracting visitors from all over India. Over the last few years, the food scene in Gurgaon has literally transformed itself. Blink, and there's a new restaurant on the block. The city offers a wide range of restaurant options, from budget diners to expensive restaurants. Wondering where you should be eating in Gurgaon? Here’s a list of the ten best restaurants in Gurgaon we’d highly recommend you try.
This modern Indian bistro in Cyber Hub serves finest modern Indian cuisine, with a high energy atmosphere. With French-inspired illustrations, all-wooded interiors, one of the longest bars in town and molecular gastronomy on your plate, Farzi Cafe indeed takes their diners on a gourmet journey. We highly recommend Farzi Cafe’s Bhel Puri, Keema stuffed Kulchas, Pork Ribs, Duck Samosas and Chettinad Prawns.
If you are looking for a restaurant that serves North Indian food in Gurgaon, then, Dhaba Estd. 1986 in DLF Cyber Hub, is just the right pick for you. The menu is crafted especially by Chef Ravi Saxena, coupled with fun filled ambiance. This restaurant in Gurgaon doesn't just have a bar – it has a complete Theka, which apart from being well-stocked with IMFL and imported liquor, also boasts of signature cocktails - specialty tharras which come in actual Pauva bottles! A meal here is rounded off with Desi Paan for sure.
The Pasta Bowl Company is a seemingly fancy Italian restaurant with great interiors. culture It aims at providing its customers with the latest seasonal produce and believes in the concept of eating fresh. Italian soul food is the speciality out here, and one must-try the house-made pasta. The good thing here is that the menu offers, dishes for everyone, a good selection of antipasti, soups, salads, stuffed kinds of pasta, risottos, Panini’s, mains, desserts and an exclusive menu for kids as well. Besides the food, it also offers an excellent wine-pairing menu. They make some of the best authentic thin crust pizza's, your meal would not complete without trying one.
This sprawling two-story World War II bunker themed bar is known for its great cocktails and interesting menu of bar bites. Bookmark the restaurant for an evening of mini spectacles and some of the most relish food we’ve had in a while. Their open Terrace is the best place to sit, especially for dinner. The tangy Molecular Phuchka shots, with seven different flavored water, is a must try. As the name suggests, the menu follows more of a fun fusional theme with items such as Dragon Smoke Popcorn, Air Bread topped with Peri Peri Chicken, Lamb Galauti Tacos and Chicken Tikka Quesadillas with Wasabi Sour Cream.
As the name goes, it offers everything, almost everything from Kolkata specialities to Old Delhi savouries, Hyderabad parathas, Chettinad curries to Singapore Sizzlers. For lovers of Indian cuisine, 'Delhi 6 Ka Dum Aloo', 'Butter Chicken', 'Nargis Key Koftey', 'Hyderabadi Mutton Keema' and 'Amritsari Kulcha' are a treat. Sandwiches, Burgers n Frankie and Sizzlers section of the menu has a wide selection too. Opt for 'Sharmaji', 'Chawlaji' or 'Singh Saab Da Dabba' for a quick complete meal.
When Iran’s population migrated to India in the 19th century, they opened many Irani cafes, especially in cities like Mumbai and Hyderabad. Taking inspiration from these cafes and giving it a fine modern spin is the city’s ever favourite restaurant, SodaBottleOpenerWala. When you visit this place, make sure you don’t skip out on the Mutton Berry Pulao, Kolmi Fry, Parsi-style Prawns or Laganu Custard which are some of the most loved dishes on the menu.
Café Delhi Heights charms with its indispensable Delhi essence. From scrumptious meal which is an eclectic mix of various cuisines across the globe to the ambience that spells vogue, Cafe Delhi Heights refines fine dining. The Juicy Lucy burger that was conceptualized in this kitchen, is now relentlessly copied elsewhere, but the deep-fried burger bun and the kitchen knife stuck in it menacingly is a Café Delhi Heights signature.
Indigo Delicatessen first swept Mumbai off its feet after its much-anticipated opening in Gururgram. As expected, the restaurant, which boasts providing a quintessential deli experience, did not disappoint on any counts. Their special Deli Chilli Cheese Toast and Beef Tenderloin Burgers are absolutely delicious. But if there’s only one dish you can order from the menu, it must be the 3 Smoked Pepper and 3 Cheese Pizza.
‘Di Ghent’ means ‘From Ghent’. Ghent is the third largest city in Belgium. The city represents Europe and thus, Di Ghent is based on a concept of bringing ‘Authentic Taste of Europe’ to you in all aspects of experience – ambience, coffee, food, baked products, and service. Serves the best Breakfast in Gurugram. Great coffee and brews of Anandini Himalaya Tea are served with delicious Vanilla Shortbread Cookies. Di Ghent Cafe has an excellent breakfast menu featuring a wide variety of Eggs, Bagels, Croissants, Pancakes and Waffles with toppings galore. We highly recommend their Creamy Carbonara Pasta, Bacon Wrapped Chicken spruced up with a splash of red wine and their Guislain Panini bursting with flavours of pesto and sundried tomatoes. You can also just walk in for a great cup of coffee with some freshly baked muffins or cinnamon rolls on the side.
If you want a doze of New York-style pizza, NYC.Pie is just the right place. The pizzas here are thin-crust, baked in brick ovens and available in sizes of 8, 12, 14 and 16 inches. NYC.Pie also gives you the option to choose your base - regular, whole wheat, garlic and provincial spices. They have a wide array of toppings ranging from artichokes to shiitake mushrooms, blue cheese to cranberry sauce. Their La Bomba featuring pepperoni, honey glazed ham, Spanish chorizo and Italian sausage is the crowd favourite and their Fromagi Fromagi, loaded with cheddar, mozzarella, blue cheese and ricotta is just divine. Order the Tres Lobo if you’re a mushroom lover. And do try the Hog Heaven i.e. slow braised pulled pork and caramelized onions.
You can also try The Drunken Botanist, Olly- Olive's All Day Cafe & Bar, PappaRoti, Punjab Grill, The Wine Company, Mamagoto as you’ll find good food in abundance all around the city, but these were our Top 10 restaurants which will surely take the cake. Book Now! through EazyDiner to avail best offers/discounts at your favourite restaurant.
Kruthika Dixit Kandpal, is an in-house creative writer for EazyDiner Pvt Ltd. She is a food enthusiast, social worker and blogger. She has contributed to the Safari India Magazine, The Statesman Newspaper, Wedding Vows Magazine, Sanchar Times and several other publications. Nothing is dearer to her than the joy of writing with her passion for food as the connection of food is not just with your tummy, but with your heart. In addition to writing a lot, Kruthika likes to eat and experiment with her cooking and gallivanting. And, if not inside the kitchen or at work, one can find her volunteering for NGO’s, exploring places, partying, travelling and shopping. She dreams of owning a restaurant one day and provide some notable contributions to the world of food.