My Favorite 5 Restaurants in Gurgaon
In the last few years, Gurgaon has become a big technical hub employing lakhs of people each year. With most of the jobs demanding a lot of work and time, it is very natural for so many restaurants and cafes to open up in the city to keep it a little light-hearted. Not only that, with the start-up culture growing so much, many cafes are opening up to solve the purpose of a freelancer’s working space. I worked in Gurgaon for a year and a half and for sure I needed a break on weekends to go out, sit and relax in a cozy cafe, or to a new restaurant that has just opened up or to try out different cuisine. Below are my five personal favorites that solve the purpose of good food and cozy ambiance.
Fat Lulu’s Cafe & Bar – Cross Point Mall, DLF Phase 4The first thing you’ll notice about this cafe is its smart utilization of area. The way they have arranged the tables with bar and kitchen on one side leaves a lot of convenient walking space. The cafe has a very pleasing ambiance with good music. It is also work-friendly with good wifi and comfortable seats. The food is here is really great and reasonable too!! Cheese Nachos Toffee Caramel Waffle
Yum Yum Cha – Cyber HubI am really in love with this place. The restaurant has a lot of vegetarian and non-vegetarian Asian food options, including dim sum, pho, sushi, noodles, and so on. The service is overall quick and polite with the staff open to recommending options according to your taste, just in case you get overwhelmed looking at menu items. Vegetarian Pho Basil Noodles Spicy Jade dimsums Vegetarian Sushi
Delhicacy – Galleria, DLF Phase 4Crazy about street food but fear getting sick? Then this restaurant is a must go for you. Located in one of the central areas of Gurgaon, this restaurant is every chaat lover’s favorite. Large portions, amazing taste, and a large variety of North Indian food options, I am a big fan of Delhicacy.
Ciclo Cafe – Sector 29The first thing that impressed me apart from the beautiful decor is the cordiality of the staff.
The whole experience becomes better if the service is good.With so many bicycles on display, the cafe is promoting the bicycle trend and a healthy lifestyle. Apart from the traditional items on the menu, the cafe also has a variety of healthy and gluten-free meals. It is one of the quieter restaurants in the noisy hub of sector 29. Mango, Melon, and Quinoa Salad Mushroom Salad Nachos Fresh Carrot Juice
4 thoughts on “My Favorite 5 Restaurants in Gurgaon”
you forgot Roots .. in leisure valley park, you can have one of the best breakfast there 🙂
Yes, but I didn’t really enjoy their food. A good place to sit amidst nature though 🙂
Awesome Ajita. Thanks for giving me ideas on where to setup my dates
Ps – however imaginary they may be!
Haha.. I wish you the best 🙂