Best luxury restaurant in Gurugram is definitely “Spectra”. This award winning restaurant is housed in “The Leela Ambience Gurugram Hotel & Residences“. It is operational 24 hours a day, ready to welcome the guests. Here you can savour after hour specials, signature drinks or a cup of your favourite hot beverage.
Spectra is a multi-cuisine restaurant, with a huge variety in the food being served. This massive restaurant with a seating capacity of 200+ people is capable of serving to both walk-in guests and parties arranged at the property together. It features amusing design of culinary islands with live kitchens which will surely boost up your appetite.
BEST LUXURY RESTAURANT IN GURUGRAM HAS THE BEST AMBIENCE
Spectra is a huge restaurant but each of it’s nook and corner has been paid extra attention while designing. This place is built with such a perfection that you will fail to point out a single flaw.
As soon as you enter the restaurant, you will be amazed to see their wide collection of liquors, displayed right at the entrance. Flooring is made of thick glass sheets which glows up because of the lights underneath the flooring. As you walk down the main aisle, you can see the live counter. Exotic meals from all across the globe are cooked right in front of the guests making them drool. Hall is lit up with gorgeous chandeliers which totally compliments the vibe of this place.
You will feel no less than a royal, being looked after by a fleet of highly trained hospitality professionals, as you sip on to your favourite sangria and relish exotic antipasti.
OUR BEST PICK
Being a multi-cuisine restaurant, chefs here have mastered all the cuisines, so it was very difficult to pick the best out of all that was served. Although, I loved a lot more things than what I am mentioning in my blog, below are dishes which I would like to share my reviews on.
Western mains were the main highlight of the buffet spread, as unlike other places it had been curated following the authentic recipes. Fusilli pasta in alfredo sauce is a classic recipe which never fails to impress if made the right way. Perfectly cooked pasta drenched in silky smooth sauce made out of heavy cream, cheese and butter, topped with fresh parsley is a pure bliss. Spaghetti in arabiatta sauce is another classic which a lot of newbies mess up with, but here it was made by none other than the MasterChef of this lavish property, so it had to be good. Thick durum wheat spaghetti tossed in extra-virgin olive oil and chunky tomato sauce with a dash of salt and pepper swept me off my feet as I took the first bite.
Asian mains had atleast six to seven varities but kung pao eggplant is what tantalized my taste buds. I am still shook by the fact that something as simple as an eggplant can be made so fancy. Batter fried eggplants were tossed with the kung pao hot sauce and topped with the premium quality sesame oil for the hint of nuttiness. Stir-fried vegetables is the old school dish which needs no interference with flavours in the name of fusion and I am glad, that is what the chef followed. Garden fresh vegetables tossed in sesame oil, tossed with a selection of oriental sauces is the ultimate comfort food. It is healthy, satisfying and full filling at the same time.
Dining experience at this place would cost you around INR. 2500 + taxes (per person). Cost is high but so is the service, value and food quality, so the amount is absolutely justified.