The 10 Best Restaurants In Gurgaon

The 10 Best Restaurants In Gurgaon
Gurgaon, located close to Delhi, 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. Astonishingly diverse, multi-cultural and captivating, the city offers a wide range of restaurant options, from budget diners to expensive restaurants gleaming with majestic splendor. Here’s a list of the ten best Restaurants in Gurgaon.
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Italian delicacies with a Californian twist

Prego, located in the lobby of the luxury Westlin Hotel, serves Italian specialties with a Californian twist, rich dishes with a myriad of colors, textures and flavors. With a beautiful Art Deco aura, wooden furniture, contemporary art on the walls and large windows, Prego offers a relaxing ambiance for a delightful dining experience. The menu features a wide variety of authentic Italian recipes prepared with innovative Californian techniques. The restaurant is upscale, but the relation between prices and portions is reasonable.

Price: fine dining

Opening hours: 12am-3.30pm, 7pm-1.30am

Watch out for: roast lamb rack


Indian, seafood

Amaranta, found in The Oberoi hotel, welcomes its customers with chic décor and authentic artworks, and offers a unique menu with a vibrant diversity of Indian food and a wide range of seafood options from the nine coastal states of India. The seafood options range from lobster to live crabs. The intricacy of textures and unusual cooking techniques used in the preparation of seafood in the restaurant, brought Amaranta a well-deserved award as ‘Best Modern Indian Restaurant of the Year’ in 2014.

Price: fine dining

Opening hours: 12.30pm-3pm, 7pm-12am

Watch out for: char-grilled chicken with copra masala

Hotel buffet, Gurgaon © BarneyMoss/Flickr

Wild Fire

Brazilian-style barbecue

Wild Fire is not one of those over-priced restaurants offering sweetness without flavor. Wild Fire is real, as real as the Carnival in Rio and as lively as Brazilian culture. Located in the lobby of the Crowne Plaza hotel, Wild Fire is complemented by elegant décor with wooden designs. This award-winning restaurant serves an immense variety of Brazilian food with an Australian twist. The Chirrascurria grilled meats imported from Brazil are exceptional. Vegetarians will find equally delectable options.

Price: fine dining

Opening hours: 7pm-11pm

Watch out for: barbecue-style tenderloin

Gung The Palace

Korean restaurant in the heart of India

In Gung The Palace customers can embark on a culinary adventure and enjoy not only Korean cuisine but also Korean culture. Before the feast starts, customers are offered a culture session where they are introduced to Korean dining etiquette and food culture. Conveniently located in the city center, this restaurant will satisfy all food lovers: the quality of its food and ingredients is excellent. Serving from kimchi and pajeon to samgyug and galbi jeonsik, Gung The Palace is the closest you can get to Seoul being in India.

Price: mid range

Opening hours: 12am-3pm, 6pm-11pm

Watch out for: Tteokbokki

SodaBottleOpenerWalla – Bombay Irani Café

Back in time to Irani Café culture

SodaBottleOpenerWalla is an award-wining restaurant and café. It takes customers back in time to the 19th century, when Irani cafés or Persian-style cafés were set up by Persian immigrants in India. The best thing in the place is the Parsi cuisine: kolmi fry, parsi-style prawns or laganu custard are some of the dishes served. Moreover, the nostalgia for those colorful times envelops visitors as soon as they step into this magical world. You’ll find 70s and 80s jukebox music playing in the background, Coca-Cola chairs and martabaans – rustic Indian glass jars overflowing with cookies and candies.

Price: mid range

Opening hours: 11am-11pm

Watch out for: Toblerone mousse


Spanish restaurant

Pintxo has opened its doors to bring the tradition of tapas restaurants to the heart of Gurgaon. The restaurant serves Spanish popular dishes and tapas such as paella, batatas and chorizo. The intensity of their savory delights is praiseworthy and the chef certainly knows how to make tomato gazpacho. Pintxo is replete with surprises, such as their special virgin sangria. This is a good place to invite friends to and indulge in Spanish cuisine.

Price: mid range

Opening hours: 12am-11pm

Watch out for: paella

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Cosy spot for Goan cuisine lovers

Bernardo’s, the only Goan restaurant in Gurgaon, is a place with a homely atmosphere famous for its hospitality. Run by a family, the restaurant serves authentic Goan dishes cooked to perfection. Their homemade-style cooking, deeply rooted in the Goan tradition, is simple but flavourful. The best dish on the menu is perhaps the chicken liver with recheido masala, but their crispy prawns are good too.

Price: budget

Opening hours: 12am-11pm

Watch out for: goan fish curry with red rice

Another Fine day

Restaurant for book lovers

Another Fine Day promote a concept in their restaurant which is rather unusual in India: uniting food and books. Set up as a restaurant, café and reading room, Another Fine Day has almost more things in common with a library than a restaurant. It is a small and inviting space perfect for a lunch with friends or a reading session on your own. Their reading room concept and their appetizing menu will provide an enjoyable and original dining experience.

Price: budget

Opening hours: 10am-11pm

Watch out for: farmer’s soup

21 Gun Salute

Savoring the Raj

Set up in a rich royal style, 21 Gun Salute is a truly unique venue. In addition to their superior cuisine and vintage décor, they provide customers with excellent service, making them feel as if they had stepped into a dream of a bygone Raj era. From kormas and sherbas to kebabs and biriyanis, this restaurant serves the best dishes in Indian cuisine and provides a memorable dining experience that the customers will want to repeat again and again.

Price: fine dining

Opening hours: 9am-11pm

Watch out for: their korma and the vintage car inside the restaurant

Coriander Leaf

Indian and Pakistani cuisine

The Coriander Leaf is a contemporary designed restaurant that specializes in authentic Indian and Pakistani cuisine. The dishes in the menu range from the traditional to the innovative. Some of their signature dishes are galouti kebab, kakori kebab, haleem and sikandari raan. Aside from their quality cuisine, Coriander Leaf serve signature cocktails at their bar. For those who prefer to stay at home, the restaurant provides a home delivery service.

Price: mid range

Opening hours: 12am-3.30pm; 7pm-11.30pm

Watch out for: chooza makhani

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