As a town forever rushing on adrenaline, Gurgaon keeps going on fantastic food options, all through the day and night. For the satisfaction of its huge-spending family-oriented clientele, and corporate honchos from business houses and organizations, the town has awesome lip smacking food on offer, thanks to the thousands of restaurants. While food from all over the world is easily available at the numerous eateries, Indian cuisine takes the cake, when it comes to the first choice for food lovers of Gurgaon.
While there are many takers for food with flavours from the world over, ranging from Italian to Mexican, Greek to Spanish, the heart of Gurgaon beats for the enormous variety of Indian cuisines that are on offer, ranging from North Indian to South Indian, Bengali to Guajarati, Kashmiri to Konkani. Truly, Gurgaon has it all, when it comes to pampering your taste buds with Indian flavours.
While Gurgaon’s Mediterranean eateries are famous for their awesome varieties of falafels, shawarmas, pitas and tahini sauces for you to choose from, its Chinese joints rustle up all kinds of dishes, ranging from the Hunan variety to the traditional varieties, such as Manchurian and Schezuan chicken, chopsueys and chilly chicken. While Gurgaon’s exclusively European-style restaurants are known for their tasty soups, fish and chips, and soups, along with pizzas roasted in ovens, and yummy sandwiches, the city’s Japanese restaurants will offer you amazing grub from the land of the rising sun, in the form of a lavish selection of noodles, such as the authentic Japanese udon, or other kinds of dishes like thesoba, various kinds of sushis, for example, the nigiri, maki, and chirashi varieties, along with various other delicious items to pick your choice from.
The Indian cuisine restaurants in Gurgaon serve up all kinds of regional specialties, ranging from the Kashmiri Goshtaba (velvet textured meatballs in rich yogurt gravy), mutton yakhni (yogurt and Kashmiri spice infused mutton), methi maaz (mutton steeped in fenugreek broth) and the special Kashmiri Rogan josh (meat cooked in special spices and Kashmiri chillies) to Gujarati cuisine specialties such as khakras and thheplas and farsan, from Andhra cuisine specialties of idlis, dosas, and rasams to Bengali specialties like lau chingri, ilish maachh bhaapey, mutton kosha, deemer devil, rosogolla and other finger-licking sweetmeats that Bengal is famous for.
Most of these restaurants in Gurgaon offer amazing offers for its clientele as well. Be it special lunch and buffet offers, or happy hour drinks deals, or a variety of coupons for special occasions and days, restaurant deals in Gurgaon are found aplenty.