Whisky Samba launches in Gurgaon with chargrills & fine drams

Fine dining restaurant, Whisky Samba, launches in Gurgaon with chargrills and fine drams

Salmon carpaccio at Whisky Samba Gurgaon

March 9, 2017: Whisky Samba, a newly launched concept restaurant in Gurgaon, is offering 140 varieties of whisky from a 50-foot long bar, along with a signature chargrill menu. Located at the Horizon Plaza, One Horizon Centre on Golf Course Road, the restaurant is conceptualized by hospitality entrepreneur Ashish Dev Kapur, who with his partner, Joydeep Singh, wants to bring back the fun in discovering and drinking whisky. 

Old flame whisky drink at Whisky Samba GurgaonThe bar menu presents fashionably inspired cocktails, curated whisky trails that define the spirit by flavour profile, and unique cask-finished whiskies amongst others. For example, the Honey Trap whisky trail presents different notes of honey in each drink. 

Accompanying the bar menu is an array of tapas and grills by Chef Akshay Bhardwaj, who sports Noma in Copenhagen and Le Meridien Gurgaon in his resume, with a focus on using local and seasonal produce. Chef Bhardwaj’s menu focuses on ingredient-based cooking techniques. Must-haves from the ever-evolving menu include the Salmon Carpaccio with Green chillies, Edamame hummus, charcoal grills like the African hearth chicken, Samba Style Pork Ribs and French Ratatouille, and the flame-fired Brioche of Misfits Burger. In another first for the city, Whisky Samba also serves an eleven course tasting menu paired with vintage whiskies.
Spread out over 6,000 sq feet, the trendy space has one of the longest bars in NCR, with up to 2,500 bottles on display. The interiors of the restaurant exhibit a modern, yet old world charm with its minimalist black and white interiors. Parisian inspired canopies cover the al fresco seating outside the restaurant.

For reservations, please contact: +91 99995 66232

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