Restaurant Review - Gallery Cafe, Hyatt Place, Gurgaon

Restaurant Review - Gallery Cafe, Hyatt Place, Gurgaon


Live Kitchen at Hyatt
Live Kitchen at Hyatt
 We think about 5 star hotels and we never think about their food. The comfortable stay is the USP right? Hyatt Place is the new chain , a brand of Hyatt that’s breaking this myth. ‘Place’ is the sub-brand which focuses on lesser frills better stay and better prices kind of idea. And to top it they have a great buffet options. They have themes for each fortnight so the guests as well as other customers can have a variety to choose from without getting bored with same menu month after month.

I got a chance to attend a dinner even there last Sunday when they were running a ‘Bollywood’ theme. They have a huge parking space of course, right near the entrance. Sprawling lawns around give it a great relaxed look. As soon as we entered, we were welcomed into a brightly lit lobby with dessert counters and a vending machine with ready to eat meals. (Good concept for those late night hunger pangs when no a-la carte is available)

They have a wide sitting area spred across multiple sections for any informal/formal meetings the guests might wanna have. The lobby gives way to the dining area at the extreme left. The seating is quite enough with atleast 10-15 dining table, buffet tables and a live counter.

The menu started with many different varieties of salads and soups such as ‘Kashmir ki kali’, and ‘se-chennai express’.
The starters were varied from Indian mughlai to the continental varieties such as teriyaki fish, steamed chicken and noodles.
Also present were ‘Shammi kebab’, and Jackie C-HEN !
Main course had butter chicken aptly called Murgh Bemisaal, daal shakaal, Bachhan ki paneer khurchan, Hum saag-saag hain, hum aapke hain prawn and many more.
We all had a great time just dscussing names of dishes and savouring them!
They also had a separate section with paani poori, chaat, chole kulche and lassi. Chole were yummy and lassi was oh so refreshing.
Desserts menu was interesting and really varied.
They had kulfi in a kulhad, gulab jamun, kheer and shahi tukda in indian cuisine.
In western desserts they had a mud cake, trifle, chocolate brownie, walnut cake, Bavarian pasty, black currant pastry and so many ice creams with choice of nuts and toppings.
The waiters served our mocktails on the table. This variety isn’t that great. I tried the orange juice mocktail which was superb-best ever. We all ordered doubles. It was plain orange juice with orange wedges and some sprite and mint. Really amazing.

The price for this menu was roughly around 1300Rs, which is on the higher side generally, but for a grand five star buffet experience it’s alright I guess.
Look at the pics and see for yourself. 
For more pics click - More pics of Hyatt Gurgaon
Chicken Curry

Kulhad Kulfi

Orange Mocktail


Shahi Tukda

Chole Kulche

Macaroons

1 comment:

  1. Hello,
    After reading and watching your blog, it brings water in my mouth and I am feeling hungry now. Haha. I live in Vancouver and I am working in Vancouver pr agency. I love to do cooking on weekends for my husband and childrens. I love Indian food spicy food. I have made few Indian dishes and they really love it. Thanks for post.
    Best regards
    Larissa Dundon

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