In a nutshell: One of the best German food I have had in Delhi NCR recently & also one of the best buffets I have been to in a while. Address & other details: Tamra Meal for 2: Rs 3000 onwards. Cuisine type : vegetarian & non vegetarian Disclaimer: All restaurants / eateries reviewed by YUMMRAJ were visited by YUMMRAJ himself & he has paid for the … Continue reading Tamra (Shangri-La’s Eros Hotel, 19, Ashoka Road, near India Gate, New Delhi)
This is a review of Breakfast buffet at Three Sixty one Degrees In a nutshell: Loved our breakfast here amidst a super ambience, very good service & some really YUMM food – One of the top 5 brunches in Gurgaon Address & other details: Three Sixty one Degrees Meal for 2: Rs. 2500 approx Cuisine type : Vegetarian & nonvegetarian Disclaimer: All restaurants / eateries … Continue reading Three Sixty one Degrees (The Oberoi, 443, Phase 5, Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon)
In a nutshell:
One of the many micro-breweries – ‘Freshly brewed Beer’ places in Gurgaon that not only serves good beer but also beer cocktails & thankfully focuses on serving some excellent food as well.
Address & other details: 7 degrees Brauhaus
Meal for 2: Rs. 1200 onwards (alcohol separate)
Cuisine Type: Vegetarian & Nonvegetarian
Short Description – In case u r in a hurry:
Micro breweries are popping up every here & there in Gurgaon. It all started with Howzzat few years back in Galaxy Mall. While all of them serve 2-3 options of fresh unbottled beer, most of them serve really average food. My experience of food at Lemp has been very average – same for Downtown & of course for Rockman’s & Howzzat. Its different that post a couple of glasses of beer the tastebuds tend to numb & taste does not really matter at that time, but food is surely not the forte in most of these places – all of them have some good / popular / chatpata items but in general food is average to good – not outstanding / excellent.
Brauhaus is an exception. I was pleasantly surprised by the good food (I tried the German food section only) at this place & am willing to get back to try & ‘eat’ more stuff – a feeling that I have not got in other places so far.
The interiors are very good – high ceilings ensure that the place seems airy & non-claustrophobic. However, the seating area is quite cluttered. In fact the seats are so near that if the music stops, u might be able to catch a whisper from the table beside u. A part of the seating area has trees (with leaves) etc & u get the feel of sitting beneath the tree (without the threat of bird droppings).
The crowd was almost a 50:50 mix of Indians:Expats.
Music was good. I liked the little note-slips kept on the tables that looked like audio cassette covers – they were meant for music requests to the DJ.
The waiting staff who was in charge of our table was a very good guy & he positively contributed to us having a very good experience.
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