We came here for a mid week lunch with my friends. You should come here if you like to uplift your emotion by trying their cocktails. As the name Sense of Spirit suggest, the mixologist worked really hard to create cocktail recipes which are out of the box. One such cocktail was Jack Banoffee. Well, were here for lunch so the food was sumptuous and finger licking. It’s a multi-cuisine restaurant so you can choose mix and match. The aesthetic lounge like environment gives you a great comfort.
Want to eat – Most of the time write what to eat when you come, but this time I must say try their cocktails
Where to go – Sense of Spirits, Plot No.11,12, Kingdom of DreamsSector 29, Gurugram
How to reach – Nearest Metro Station is Iffco Chowk and the landmark is Kingdom of Dreams
What to order – Sometimes it’s good to be with more people because you get to taste so many dishes.
My veggie lover friends ordered Pita Pockets, Cheese Parcel – were loaded with cheese and flavored with Mexican spices, Panner Tikka, Caesar Salad – was perfectly balanced with seasoning & olive oil, and chocolate shakes.
We carnivorous ordered Chilly Chicken, Chicken Shwarma, Tandoori Prawns, succlentAjwain Fish, Sangam Kebab- are two layered chicken and lamb sheesh kebab, Malai Tikka was succulent & last but not the least Chicken Angara – a spicy version of Tikka.
This was my favorite section overall.
I tried Jack Banoffee – Jack Daniel shaken with Banoffee, I can feel the fume of Jack, taste of Banana and flavor of toffee caramel. This inspired my own sense of spirit mixing and currently I am experimenting with Black Lable & Glenlivet along with Irish Cream and Banoffee base, keep looking for the recipe section for updates.
The other mixers were The smoked bell – a vodka base cocktail infused with burn bell pepper, Laila – Strawberry and Raspberry with vodka base and Red Guava and Mango shake.
We had Bhuna Gosht – tender mutton in thick spicy gravy, butter chicken – a creamy and sweet gravy chicken, Karahi Paneer, and Dal Makhani.
We tried Banana Split Sundae, Brownie Sundae, Gulab Jamun with Ice Cream and finally Basbousa – is a native Egyptian and middle eastern dessert made with semolina and crushed coconut with the flavor of orange flower water and rose water.
Logo credit Sense Of Spirit.