By Ashish Kumar Singh
New Delhi, Aug 16 (ANI
): Delhi's corporate neighbour Gurgaon is not only getting the infrastructural upliftment but also going a notch higher when it comes to food and nightlife.
Gurgaon's current hot favourite hangout zone Cyber Hub has become too overcrowded down the years and one needs a serene and peaceful place to wine and dine.
Well, looks like your prayers have been answered as Vatika Group's restaurant Coriander Leaf is here to tickle your taste buds with its innovative and unusual Indian and Pakistan cuisine.
Even though the restaurant is not new, it has been quietly serving the scrumptious and royal cuisine to the foodies from quite some time now at Vatika Triangle.
The warm and secluded place is ideal for couples as well who are looking forward to spend some quality time with their loved ones.
Set amidst the serene and luxurious environs this contemporary designed restaurant offers impeccably crafted dishes from a select menu ranging from the popular to the unusual for discerning diners, who understand the value of a meal cooked to authentic perfection. This award winning fine dining restaurant in Gurgaon
offers Indian, Mughlai
, Kashmiri, North Indian
, Pakistani cuisine
Glass walls, fine-dining, dim-lightening, Live Hindi music and glass floor where you will find fishes swimming right beneath you, are some of the features that will make you visit the food heaven again.
Coming to food, Galouti Kebab, Kakori Kebab, Tandoori Dishes, Haleem, Sikandari Raan
, Nihari, Biryani
are some of the signature dishes offered by Coriander Leaf and honestly the dishes never go wrong.
This romantic restaurant
also boasts of one of the finest bars in the city priding on its signature cocktails.
The starters, the main course and the desserts will not disappoint you either.
Murg zafrani shorba and tamatar dhaniya shorba are a must try. Tandoori jheengey, Bhatti ka murg, Bunda Pala, Kastoori Kebab, Burrah Kebab, Pathar Ke Kebab, Dahi Ke Kebab and Kurkure Khumb are something you won't forget for a long time. The mains are as exciting as well. Balti Murg, Dum Ki Macchi, Nihari
, Bhuna Gosht Rawalpindi, Dum Aloo Kashmiri, Makhani Dal and Amritsari Chole will leave you craving for more.
Not forgetting you sweet tooth, the desserts section is equally creative and unique as the mains. One can opt for Kashmiri
Phirni, Kesar Pista Kulfi and even Beetroot Ka Halwa to conclude your evening.
People digging Pakistani and Indian
food makes it a point to come by once and try the offerings out. The rich aromatic gravies are prepared by talented chef who certainly knows what he is doing. The menu is a compact blend of both the cuisines allowing them to shine.
If you are thinking, you will have to shell-out way too much then kindly give this thought a second chance. Foodies just need to spend under Rs. 2000 for two people along with a great company of an aquarium and peaceful atmosphere.
Hence, walk-in to Coriander Leaf
if you want a peaceful experience and want the taste to last long in your heart. (ANI