BEST BREAKFAST IN GURUGRAM | HYATT PLACE

Best breakfast in Gurugram is the breakfast buffet at the Hyatt Place where you can enjoy global cuisine with regional influence. Visit here with your family for a soothing Sunday breakfast. You may also order the food via home delivery service, however, I highly recommend visiting here for a better experience.

BREAKFAST BUFFET

BEST BREAKFAST IN GURUGRAM IS THE BUFFET BREAKFAST AT THE HYATT PLACE

Make your own salad or treat yourself with unlimited servings of your favourite dish. Savour freshly baked goods from bakery with with freshly brewed coffee, milk, juice or tea.  Breakfast is complimentary with the stay at Hyatt Place, Gurgaon. You may also enjoy this scrumptious feast even if you aren’t staying here by simply paying breakfast charges which is around INR. 1500+ (approx)

Hours

Monday–Friday: 6:30–10:30 am

Saturday & Sunday: 6:30–11:00 am

OUR BEST PICK

Offering a global cuisine at one buffet counter, options here are endless. Each and every delicacy is crafted with utmost care by highly trained chefs. The perfect gourmet meals right from the kitchen to your table will make your weekend mornings better. All the things served here are best as they are made using the premium quality products but we somehow managed to pick the best ones for recommendations.

CHOCOLATE MILKSHAKE AND ROASTED POTATOES

BEST BREAKFAST IN GURUGRAM
Chocolate milkshake and rosted potatoes

These days, I like to start my morning meal with a glass of milk. As my eyes stumbled upon the jar of chocolate milk, I could not resist to get a glass of it for myself and that is when I decided to ditch the regular milk and indulged in this chocolicious affair. On the side, I have roasted potatoes and some olive-lettuce salad. Potato chunks were pan-seared and seasoned with rosemary and oregano. Olive-lettuce salad is my own creation. Speciality of the buffet breakfast is that you can customise things according to yourself and salad is one of them. I paired the kalamata olives and fresh lettuce leaves. For the dressing I opted for balsamic vinegar and extra-virgin olive oil.

Idli chutney and Vermicelli upma

IDLI CHUTNEY

South indian food lovers will not be disappointed as this place serves the best southern style dishes. Any breakfast is incomplete without the south indian delicacies so I had to get a portion of it. They had a lot of options such as dosa, mysore bonda and many more things but I decided to get the Idlis and vermicelli upma first. Sambar and coconut chutney was also available to complement the idlis but I chose the tomato garlic chutney. Idli was super soft, infact it even broke into half while serving, as you can see in the picture above. Spongy and airy idli served here soaks up the flavours of chutney and melts right away in your mouth. Texture is grainy, probably it is made using the rice rava.

VERMICELLI UPMA

Vermicelli upma was equally good, each and every strand of vermicelli noodles were separate and it was not at all mushy. Perfect amount of spices and tempering of curry leaves gives it the balanced flavours which leaves a mesmerizing after-taste on your tongue.

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Kachori with Aloo Sabzi

I really miss going out and having street food with thinking twice. These days are quite difficult as all I can do is look at this mesmerizing pictures.
Kachori and Aloo Sabzi is a North Indian breakfast staple. You can find it at every nook and corner of Delhi and U.p. Kachori was crispy and sabzi was spicy. Both the things compliments each other very well and if you want to enjoy it properly then you must try it by adding the sabzi on top of kachori pieces. If you have it separately flavours will still be the same but the texture will be very different.

Price- 10 rs. per piece near Nirman Vihar Metro Station

I was missing the street style kachori sabzi very much, so this morning I tried to recreate it in my kitchen. Trust me guys it’s very simple to make and can be made in less than 30 minutes!
Recipe :
Kachori –
1) 2 cups of all-purpose flour ( maida)
2) 2 tablespoon oil
3) Salt to taste
4) A pinch of baking soda
5) Water to knead dough
6) Mix all the ingredients to knead a tight dough and keep aside.
7) Form small balls and stuff them with dal mixture.
8) Flatten with rolling pin and deep fry at medium flame until golden.

Buy All-purpose flour – https://www.amazon.in/Rajdhani-Maida-500g/dp/B079H9STVG

Deep Fry at low flame

Sabzi –
1) Heat 2 tablespoon oil in a pressure cooker.
2) Add 1 teaspoon cumin seeds, 1 tablespoon red chilli powder, 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder and 1 teaspoon coriander powder.
3) Add 1 chopped tomato and 1 teaspoon chopped ginger.
4) Add 2 cups of diced potatoes, salt to taste and 400 ml water.
5) Cook until 1 whistle. Add amchur after opening the pressure cooker.

Finally-
Serve hot!!!

Comment down below if you are missing kachori sabzi and would try this at home?