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Friday, May 18, 2007

Delhi Eating: Gravity (Noida Sector 26)





When I talk about Delhi, I normally mean the NCR region (comprising Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon, and Faridabad) because of the number of people travelling between these areas. So, for example, I live in Delhi, but work in Noida, and hence for me, restaurants in both Delhi and Noida make sense.
Gravity is a restaurant and bar located in Jaipuria plaza in Sector 26. Neither the location, nor the restaurant are very fancy, but if you are with office colleagues or with friends, this is a decent enough place to enjoy drink and food.
This place is located on the top floor of the building, accessible by a working lift. The place has a decent amount of music, plus a large platform TV (on which we watched the match between India and Bangladesh while we ate and drank). Food and liquor are not very expensive, but not dirt cheap either. There is enough place for people to sit comfortably around a table.
There is a decent choice of liquor available, although not very extensive, and if you have gone for some fine wines, this is obviously not the place for you. You get standard beers, cocktails and the standard varieties of rum, vodka, whiskey and the other drinks. Service is not very fast, but adequate.
We ordered some non-veg starters and then the main course, the helpings were of a large quantity, otherwise in many places, the helpings tend to be very small. The quality of food was good, and given that this was the second time I had been to this place, I can obviously come again if I feel the need.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous A.Garg said...

nice article man! gravity restaurant is online now at
gravity restaurant and bar in noida

12:10 PM, October 18, 2008  

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