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Chill out in style

AN URBAN lounge Suburbia was launched with great fanfare at the Metropolitan Mall in Gurgaon with the likes of Iqbal Khan, of `Fun2sshh' fame. The presence of top-notch Delhi socialites, models and designers added glamour to the event. With a deejay playing all the rocking numbers, the huge dance floor in the middle of the lounge is intended to keep visitors in the party mood. The seating arrangement with sofas ranged round the sides of the lounge is designed to accommodate large numbers of clients. The menu includes drinks and cuisines in large variety, very much on par with other such places. The mouth- watering kali mirch tikka and mutton galafi seekh are certainly worth a try. . Suburbia offers both Indian and Continental cuisines. Among the range of Lucknowi kababs are the galauti and karkori kabab dishes. The Continental menu includes shrimp cocktail and other exotic dishes. A wide range of cocktails and mocktails is also on offer.

Iqbal Khan, the special guest of the occasion and the new face of Bollywood feels, "Suburbia is a nice place to enjoy and freak out, with the food being the best experience I had. The ambience mesmerized me the most as I stepped in."

Suburbia is the brainchild of Gurvinder and Nainjot Singh of G & N Co, who were motivated to open this urban lounge by the success of T'zers, Saket. Gurvinder also discloses that in future a live band will play inside Suburbia. Suburbia, with its sophisticated bar inviting customers to have a peg or two with food of excellent quality in a refreshing ambience is intended to attract the corporate clientele as well as youngsters.

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