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    Best Restaurant In Gurgaon First-Hand Experience: The Palmyra at the Bristol Hotel, Gurgaon Traffic was bad. I don't like being late but the pick up arranged had itself arrived 15 minutes behind schedule and now the traffic was being a pain. I don't blame the driver though. Seems like he was new to this part of town and needed my help to get to where I was. I do hope he learns to use GPS that's on every smartphone pretty soon, or else he won't last in the driving business too long (seeing as Uber and Ola have amassed an army of GPS friendly drivers, though most of them still don't realise how to fully utilise them). With just the driver and me, and 5 empty seats, we finally made it to the hotel. 30 mins late. I was received by the hotel staff and directed to the restaurant with relative ease. Most of the bloggers and media people had already arrived. I met with Neha (founder and managing director of Scroll Mantra) and her team. They were responsible for the event. To start with they served us a mocktail (forgot the name but it was pretty good) and cute little toasts with some kind of cheese topping (forgot its name as well). After waiting for a while longer, a few more bloggers arrived and they started the event. The chef in charge was introduced to us and he talked about how they wished to revolutionise the hotel food business, by making things more personal with every guest getting to customise their meals. Every meal prep would be supervised by the chefs, who would, in turn, interact directly with the guests to ensure that the food was prepped accordingly. We were then served starters. The first one was an Indian spring roll of sorts called a Kurchan Roll. It was tasty. Then came the African Chicken Satay. A little dry but the sauce was top notch. Then we were served mini potatoes, stuffed with cheese. This was also good. Potatoes and Cheese? Win - Win. We were then served Futomaki. It was vegetarian (asparagus and cucumber) but who's complaining. I downed the first one and then followed it with two more. There was then a display of one for their chefs who went on to make a fusion risotto dish. With the use of Indian spices, the chef went on to joke that the dish was somewhat of a risotto-khichdi hybrid. He then told us that we could impress our in-laws by making this simple dish. However, it did not look easy to make. Well, at least not for me. I have struggled with just boiling rice. After the small display, lunch was ready and the buffet was now open for us to devour. Since we were spoilt for choice, I decided to try as many dishes as possible. First things first. I went straight for the non-veg section and put a tiny morsel of each on my plate. Explore More: https://www.delhipedia.com/Home/Category/Restaurant& Bar
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    Best Mithai Shops In Delhi at South Ex Sweet Street: Bengali Sweet Center in South Ex They've been serving the people of Delhi for over two decades. Spread over two floors, this establishment is both a restaurant and a sweetmeats store. The sweetmeat store is on the first floor while the restaurant dining area is in the second. Their decor is simple and the restaurant is neat and hygienic. The service is good as well. Like most sweetmeat-cum-restaurant establishments, they are pure veg. They serve a mix of North Indian, South Indian, Indian Chinese and Streetfood. Chole Bhature is one of their best selling items. Even their Papdi Chaat and Golgappe are pretty good. Thier Bombay Pav Bhaji is worth a try as well. If you feel like trying South Indian, go for the Mysore Masala Dosa. They also have options like various Platters, Thalis and Combos for those who are looking for a more rounded and wholesome meal. For those just looking to snack on something light, they have the usual sandwiches-fries-kind of items as well. While they have a wide range of beverages, I'd prefer to stick to their Lassi. And if you've got a sweet tooth then you're in for a treat. The sweetmeat store downstairs gives the menu a rich variety of mithai. Their ice cream specialities will have you wanting more. Go for the Chocolate Nut. Address: G19, Main Market, South Extension 1, New Delhi Contact: 011 24621022, 011 24624202 Price for two: Rs.500 Explore More: https://www.delhipedia.com/Home/Category/Restaurant& Bar
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    Best Reataurant In Delhi Desi Starbucks: SardarBuksh in Netaji Subhash Place As the name suggests, they're very similar to the international coffee franchise. From the rhyming syllables to the branding style. Initially, when they first opened thier kiosk in Rajouri Garden, the logo was eerily similar with the use of Green, White and Black. However, they seem to have changed it now to yellow on black and black on yellow. Maybe they got a call from the lawyers at Starbucks or they just thought it would be wiser. Anyhow, their logo is pretty cool. Going to the coffee, they've priced them lower to make them more affordable and better suited for the Indian crowd. With their customers swearing by their coffee, Starbucks and other competitors might lose their customers to this desi brand. The drinks are served in takeaway cups as they don't have seating space. The coffee is served in two sizes (piccolo/medio, regular/large). They also serve a wide variety of other drinks labelled under Chocolate Behaviour, Special Orea Shakes, Healthy Premium, Iced Mocks, Ice Teas, Cold Coffees and Original Shakes. You get them in three sizes, Mega/King/Super (regular, medium, large). The edibles that they serve are Fries, Waffles and Nachos. The highlight of this menu is their Shake Shake Fries. Possibly inspired by McDonald's seasonal Piri Piri Shake Shake Fries (don't know why they didn't just make it a permanent item since it was so popular), this could be the one reason I'd definitely go here. Go there for the love for coffee or a chance to see how this Starbucks inspired desi coffee brand will live up to the international company, that just opened its 100th store in India. Or maybe SardarBuksh took zero inspiration from the Americans. Either way, it'll be fun to see what they have to offer. Also, Peri Peri Shake Shake Fries. Address: G 88, Aggarwal Millenium Tower 2, Netaji Subhash Place Contact: 011 33105528 Price for two: Rs.250 Explore More: https://www.delhipedia.com/Home/Category/Restaurant& Bar