Gurugram has recently witnessed the emergence of a significant number of spots brewing canisters full of light and dark beers all over the city.
Summary: Located in a food hub’s corner of Leisure Valley Market, Sector 29 in Gurgaon, batli 29 got it name from the Marathi lingo ‘batli’ meaning a ‘bottle’ and numeral 29 is picked from sector 29. Batli 29 has sprawled across three different levels for seating – with handful amount of sitting at its ground (cafe), first floor (lounge and bar), and terrace a spectacular view of
GuruGram with a lot of space to move around. The design and decor at Batli 29 is amazing- with rustic furniture, masks, empty beer bottles, and even thier menu cover being imported from overseas countries like Brazil and Thailand.
Batli USP: Batli Bomb is famous for its beer cocktails ( mix of lager light, Tequila, Vodka and rum)
According to 46 year old Executive Chef Suresh Kumar Verma, the menu is simple, the whole idea being to serve everyday food with a twist, something rarely seen before. Suresh Kumar Verma had accumulated 26 year long experience with Oberoi, Hyatt Hotel, The Grand Hotel, Aman, J.W. Marriott Chandigarh before joining the batli 29 in April, 2016.
“The cuisine is very progressive, yet traditional,” Verma added. We have included Delhi famous cuisine Such as “Chandni Chowk ke Kulche” a mix blend of varieties of chutnies and traditional kulcha. “We have been rotating menu periodically” he added.
Chef recommended us Lagan ki boti, Jalandhari Murgh, Dahi Ke Kabab (Kabab made up of hung curd and served with Mint dip) , Bhatti ka murgh (Creamy Tandoori Chicken) in starter, while
In Main course: Nalli ke Nahari , Daal makhni and Thai Green curry and suggested some
In dessert, Kala Jamun, Kala Forest and Banana and Jaggery cake with salted caramel sauce.
We have opted the chef’s recommendation.
We were served an array of foods in staters- ranging from an Indian to Mediterranean Lagan ki Boti (Traditional Indian Tandoori Murgh), Galouti Kabab, Jalandhari Murg Tikka, Kimam ke Dahi Kabab with chef’s experimental Egg Macron Chandni chowk ke Kulche (stuffed Mini Kulcha, served with traditional Pickle, and Masala chillies) is highly recommended. Every item was perfect and we really enjoyed the food. Servers were flying and it was very satisfactory.
While in the Main, we again opted chef’s recommendation i.e Nalli ke Nihari (I guess evening isn’t a perfect time to taste Nihari ) but it didn’t disappoint me, everyone really enjoyed the Nalli ke Nihari, which is served in traditional Martbaan. Daal Makhni and Daal tadka both were delicious , while the Keema Anda Bhurji attracted everyone.
Rounded off with Dessert, Kala Jamun, Kala Forest and Banana and Jaggery cake with salted caramel sauce both were excellent on its side major part its presentation, which is kept in the jar.
While Batli29 has a huge cocktail menu, the flavors fell short each time. I barely sipped mine. The staff appeared very familiar with the menu and they were certainly polite and friendly.
in a Nutshell,
A meal for Two with Beer—cost Rs.2000.