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Fine food, fine ambience


FOR THOSE living in the vicinity of Gurgaon, and given to this all-too-familiar weakness to eat out and relish those sumptuous Indian and Continental dishes, here comes the urban lounge, Suburbia, boasting of a big, modern dining place with a massive dance floor, live band and the services of a deejay to boot.

Suburbia, which started its operation recently is an ideal family lounge to entertain the family in terms of food, ambience, music and most importantly in a healthy environment, according Gurvinder and Nainjot Singh of the newest of the eating-place to open shop in Gurgaon.

After the success of its T'Zers at New Delhi's Saket, which is now identified more as a Restro-bar frequented mainly by youngsters, G and N Company, hit upon the idea of opening Suburbia, a place where one could bring in the whole family and enjoy a choice of nice dishes.

The food at Suburbia caters to every taste, with a variety of Indian and Continental dishes. The Continental menu includes grilled jumbo prawns, grilled fish lemon butter, chicken zurichoice and so on. Indian traditional Lucknowi Kakori spices can be found in galouti kakori kabab, jhoomta kukkad, badami malai kofta and phirni, etc.

Though the restaurant also has a sophisticated bar, Gurvinder Singh hastens to add, "We want to create awareness about Suburbia through our food; our focus is not on the people who are interested only in drinks."

Since Suburbia is known for serving customised food to its clients, the lively view of the interiors gives the place a simple, sweet and soothing effect. At around Rs.600, a couple can have a fabulous meal, a tongue tingling experience.

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