Whether you are a young professional working in a BPO or someone wanting to take your date out for a sumptuous meal, here's an eating joint that offers you exactly what you're looking for!india Updated: Sep 07, 2010 19:50 IST
Whether you are a young professional working in a BPO or someone wanting to take your date out for a sumptuous meal, here's an eating joint that offers you exactly what you're looking for!
We're talking about EAT ETC (an initiative of the Peppermint Group of Hotels), a perfect weekend hangout in Gurgaon that offers a seamless blend of Continental, Mexican, Italian, South-Indian and Indian cuisine ranging from Konkani, Malawi, Malabari, Awadhi, Dumpukht and Hyderabadi.
The first thing you'll notice about this vibrant restaurant - the live kitchen - that includes a salad bar, a pasta counter, a sandwich counter and a Mexican counter.
It's not just a visual delight, but keeps you waiting in anticipation for those mouth-watering culinary delights! And there's enough variety to choose from: A 24-hours menu allows you to choose from a variety of snacks from sandwiches, kathi rolls, vada basket, idli basket, wraps and kebabs.
It offers a variety of mocktails and drinks to choose from and an effervescent lounge area to relax while you munch those delectable appetizers. The menu is broadly divided under round the clock, small plates and big plates.
Executive chef Maruti Mishra suggests you try Paneer Tikka balle style (stuffed with olives) and vegetable baked biryani if your are a vegetarian and Chicken Tikka balle style, Prawn Masala and Kathi rolls (with 18 different varieties of spices) if you are a non-veg lover.
The Mexican cuisine certainly has a lot to offer from Nachos, Burritos and Tortillas in different varieties. If you want to stick to Indian cuisine, there's Kagazi biryani, Dal balle, Lazeez Murgh and Kadhai Patatoes tossed with broccoli. In other words, EAT ETC offers ordinary food cooked with variety and innovation.
What's more? If you hang out late nights with your friends, here's a mouth-watering mid-night buffet at just Rs 299, that's available from 11 pm to 3 am. You can also try Buffet Breakfast at Rs. 249, Buffet lunch at Rs. 550 and Buffet Dinner at Rs. 750.
While EAT ETC has its own bakery and a variety of desserts and cakes to choose from, the chocolate cookies are a must try!
The vibrant and modern decor is enough to lift your spirits after a busy day at work/college. The presentation of food and the warmth of the staff certainly deserve a thumbs up. So, if you are a foodie, looking for a lively eating joint that serves your favourite dishes, the way you like it, EAT ETC is a must visit.
Where: Peppermint Hotels
285-286, Sector 29
First Published: Sep 07, 2010 19:37 IST