In a nutshell: Good spacious restaurant with an excellent outdoor area, efficient staff & good but not that authentic Nepali, Ladakhi & Tibetan food & one of the best momos in Gurgaon. Address & other details: Wangchuk’s Ladakhi Kitchen is just behind Supermart 2 which houses Lawrence & Mayo. In absence of Wangchuk’s presence on google map, have plotted L & M. Meal for 2: … Continue reading Wangchuk’s Ladakhi Kitchen ( Behind Super Mart 2, DLF Phase 4, Gurgaon)
In a nutshell:
Beautiful Romantic Setting, attentive service, average to good food.
Address & other details: Jing
Cuisine type: Vegetarian & Nonvegetarian
Meal for 2: Rs. 1000 onwards
Short description – In case u r in a hurry:
The guys who planned the Restaurant, I wud say, are wizards. They have created an outstanding place amidst an otherwise office complex. The overall look & feel of this place, the color schemes, interiors, the huge glass walls, the ‘dim but not dark’ lighting, the interior decoration & most importantly the greenery on other side of the glass wall – all seem perfect.
With such a cool ambience & peppy but non intrusive music, this place positions itself as a great place for a romantic evening out. It can also be good for casual get togethers for small groups.
I had heard people complain about the service earlier. We however found the service to be good except for two issues –
Firstly, refilling of water was being done abruptly. At times it was quick, at times after gap of 10mins or at times it wud be refilled only after u wud wave at someone.
Secondly, we ordered for two starters – one was a dimsum & the other was fish fried in Sichuan spices. As u know, any Sichuan dish is spicy & chatpata while a true blue Chinese dimsum is mostly on the other extreme – super subtle. The order of serving these was completely wrong. First we were served the spicy Sichuan fish & then the subtle dimsum. In European restaurants , palate cleansers are served in such situation – an ‘in between’ food that helps clean the taste & flavor of the previous dish & makes way for the tastebuds to appreciate a new taste. As a result, the subtle Dimsum started tasting absolutely flat till I rinsed my mouth with water thrice. A smart way to serve (in absence of palate cleanser) is subtle first, followed by tangier ones.
Overall, the staff members were very well behaved.
The food was average to good , urely not wow.
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