Women! Go with your friends and feel special with special ambience created only for you. Some restaurants have something exclusive for you.
By Suman Bajpai
Although women’s day has passed but this full month is yours. We can celebrate women’s day throughout year, but right now it’s time to pamper yourself, for shopping, for going to beauty salons, and for to try good food. Go with your friends and feel special with special ambience created only for you. Some restaurants have something exclusive for you.
little.BIG restaurant, Gurugram is offering meals women want and the dining experience they’d most enjoy. Owner of the restaurant Madhuri Cherukupall says, it welcomes everyone alike with its fresh botanical feel and bright, warm sunlit ambience by day which transforms to a softly illuminated dinner space. She believes we celebrate women’s day here every day. It has special corner for kids so you comfortably have your food as nanny’s their will look after kids and a special menu is also available for kids here.
The restaurant seats 48 people and serves Western European and Asian food for adults, while food for the children spans favourites from all cuisines. The restaurant focuses on fresh produce and artisanal ingredients. Every dish on the menu is unique and worth-a-try. They serve Western European and Asian Cuisine. You can try the Peruvian Roast Chicken, Shakshouk with egg and sourdough bread, Spicy Peanut Butter Noodles, Mezze Platter, Spinach pasta, Lamb Kefteh, Brownie Shake, Strawberry Oats Smoothie, Pomegranate and Thyme Spritzer. Fried rice with
special sauce is treat. Don’t miss Chocolate Glaze Cake and Banoffee!
On women’s day it has started special Awadhi cuisine. The rotating dessert showcase from the in-house bakery is quite simply the icing on the cake!
Bo Tai, located in the uber chic One Style Mile district, near the Qutub Minar, brought Ladies Lunch for International Women’s Day. Along with the vivacious ambience, it promises an extensive spread of soups, salads,
appetizers, main course and of course a host of delightful desserts to end your meal on a sweet note. It represents both the style and flavor of oriental cuisine. It is a concept set against international decor, and showcases contemporary Thai food and European grills. It is a imperfect insinuation of the food philosophy. The cuisine is a medley of Italian grills and Thai curries.
True to Zorawar’s style the bar also echoes this culinary journey, with cocktails that are flavoured playfully by coaxing blossoms and greens. Its lunch package cost Rs. 1599/- A.I Per Guest (Minimum Guarantee of 04 Guest and
Above) which includes choice of 2 small plates veg, choice of 1 small plate Non veg (1 Sea Food of Fish optional), choice of 2 large plates Veg or Curries, choice of 1 large plates non veg or curries, choice of noodles, rice, dessert.
And welcome drink for every lady.
Mia Bella or ‘my beautiful’ in Italian is one of the finest places located in Hauz Khas Village. It has a stunning view of the serene lake surrounded by the greens and the ancient monuments. The contemporary interiors are adorned with wall clocks, mirrors, pieces of art such as the classic cupid. The color palette includes balmy hues of yellow, valley green and wooden brown.
The interiors are contemporary and are decorated with interesting mirrors and wall clocks. The place offers a diverse culinary experience with an authentic range of delicacies from across the world. Some of the popular dishes include sticky chicken, mint mutton shank and a Lebanese platter.
From International Women’s Day, to bring you closer to the austere flavors inherent in Marathi cuisine, Zambar is hosting a 13 day festival ‘Marathwada Mejwani’, from 5th-17th March 2019 at its outlet in Ambience Mall, Gurugram.
You can try here pav bhaji, sweet puran poli, Sabudana Wada, Fish fry and Hurda bhel which is tender sorghum millet bhel. Relish three types of curries like Pithla Bhakhri, Patal Bhaji and Kombdi Wada, all known for its deep and robust flavors. The special menu also offers a repertoire of delicacies like Missal Pao and Assal Marathi Wada Pao. End your meal on a sweet note with Kesar Ilaichi Srikhand served with hot pooris and Ukadiche Modak.
The special Marathwada feast will be offering a range of culinary treasures of Maharashtra handcrafted by Home Chef Sunita Rajendra Sanglikar. Chef’s home style cooking infused with the fresh energy and traditional flavors of local cuisine will take you on a phenomenal gastronomical journey that you will savor forever.
(The author is a renowned Food and Travel Writer. Views expressed are personal)