Korean BBQ, South Indian & Italian: These 7 Restaurants At Horizon Centre Are Worth Your Money

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Memorable meals are on the horizon if you head to Golf Course Road’s favourite complex. These seven restaurants, located at One Horizon Centre, have got you covered – whether you’re looking for the perfect date night spot or want to take the family out for a big, celebratory lunch. How many have you been to?

Delhi Club House

Food from clubs and gymkhanas across India finds place on Delhi Club House’s menu, so you can kick it old-school whether you have membership or not.

Great For: Weekend drunching with your inner circle

Where: One Horizon Centre

Hahn's Kitchen

Hahn’s Kitchen joins the list of Korean restaurants in Gurgaon and it finds itself in some pretty intimidating company {think Di Miso or Gung The Palace} but stands its ground. We suggest you get yourself some Calamari Bulgogi and sneak in small sips of Soju between big bites.

Great For: A big family lunch on Sunday

Where: One Horizon Centre

Imly Cafe

Imly is done up in happy hues and serves popular street food dishes from across India – think chaat, Chinjabi food and chole bhature.

Great For: Catching up over lots of conversation and hearty food

Where: One Horizon Centre

Caffe Tonino

Yes to thin crust pizzas, hand-rolled pasta and fresh, summery salads at Caffe Tonino. We’ve been here twice now and love everything – from the airy, well-lit space to the ravioli.

Great For: A lunch-hour work meeting

Where: One Horizon Centre

Town Hall

You can’t go to Town Hall and not eat sushi. One of Khan Market’s favourite restro-bars, this is just the place to go when you want to kick back, celebrate with a round of perfectly-mixed cocktails and Rainbow Rolls.

Great For: Saturday night scenes

Where: Two Horizon Centre

Whisky Samba

Even Delhi’s excited about Horizon Centre’s new entrant – they’re willing to brave the traffic for this one! Stellar food, stellar cocktails – Whisky Samba ticks all the boxes for a classy, yet fun, evening on town.

Great For: A beginning-of-the-month splurge with friends from Gurgaon and Delhi

Where: Two Horizon Centre


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