enter Vapour Grill situated in Sector 29 Gurgaon is yet another outlet with an “Eat as much as you can” concept. Colourful interiors, quirky wall papers, variety of seating (High Chair, Comfy Couches) to suit your mood, Live counters, Grill on the tables, Wood fired Pizzas, peppy cutlery, huge Beer Barrels and lovely ambiance is what you will witness as soon as you take a step inside this restaurant.
A glass of freshly brewed beer (which comes complimentary during lunch hours) kick started our meal followed by a grill on the table and back to back starters. Loved the mushrooms, paneer tikka and Pahari chicken tikka on the grill.
Sabnum ki Moti, Cajun spiced potatoes and Mutton Seekh kebabs were served fresh and hot right from the kitchen and were a delight to have.
The service is commendable, the Chef’s and the servers were consciously around this huge place and taking care of each and every single visitor.
Stuffed by the delicious starters, we moved on to the first live counter of the day- Live Mongolian Grill. We tried Chefs Recommendation and tried Chicken Sausages sautéed in moderately spicy sauce, which did resonate with our pellet that well. I liked the vegetarian bowl a little more than the non-vegetarian one, which was a mix of exotic veggies and noodles.
The next live counter is every Delhiites favourite- Chaat Counter. Loved the garma garam Aaloo Tikki which was prepared in the typical desi style. The golgappe, sev puri and dahi bhalla were prepared as per your taste and served conveniently on your table.
The salad bar had a lot of options for the health freaks- Eggplant, Kimchi, Green, Cottage Cheese pineapple and three beans.
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Headed on to main course:
Mutton Dum Biryani
We had this wonderful flavourful Mutton Dum Biryani
Beetroot Kofta, which was a little peculiar (purple dots in yellow gravy) in terms of presentation and tasted well.
Singapoori Noodles with Mix Veg in Chilly Basil Sauce- from the Chinese section, tasted decent.
Lastly, the much awaited Live dessert Counter and Stone Ice Cream. Loved the gulab jamuns, Bottleguard Halwa (Lauki), thin and crispy jalebi’s and the Paan flavour butterscotch and chocolate stone cold ice creams.
It is the perfect place to pamper yourself on a leisure Sunday brunch, and enjoy a wide spread variety of mouth-watering dishes without burning a hole in your pocket.