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Bauji calling


TO EAT is a necessity. But to eat `intelligently', is an art. For Gurgaon denizens, it may not be something new but this NorthWest Frontier food fare will surely direct their steps towards the newly-opened Baujee's at Gurgaon's Metropolitan Plaza.

After pampering palettes at Hauz Khas Village, Bauji Ka Dhaba (BKD)is now all set to impress foodies in Gurgaon.Rajan Mehra, Director, Baujee's, says, his father, who started the food chain after working for The Claidges for 45 years, was affectionately called `Bauji'. "So, when he opened his restaurant in Hauz Khas village, he named it Bauji ka Dhaba to recreate the magic of ShahJahan Puri hotel," he says.With 20 types of vegetarian and non-vegetarian kebabs (served in a trolley) and choice dishes, which reflects the culinary tradition perfected in the Nawabi Gharana of Rampur and Lucknow, will surely leave the diners licking fingers.

Priced at an average of Rs.95, the take away counter offers fare like biryani with raita for Rs.50. The authentic Indian desserts like kulfi, served in an earthen pot, the jara hatke, a sizzling brownie, rasoi faluda, chuski and seekhwali kulfi with five flavours in each, are served at the dessert counter.To go with the food, mocktails with bases including blue curacao, strawberry crush, pineapple juice, tea liquor, black grapes and many more are in waiting.The kido's combo is priced at Rs.66 for non-vegetarian and Rs.44 for vegetarians with mocktails of choice and unlimited dinner for vegetarian and non-vegetarian being priced at Rs.199. From swanky stainless steel and bone china cutlery to the waiters in short kurtas and cargos, it is an overall experience.

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