Connecting all foodies in India….
I re-lived my childhood yesterday. Years later after moving to corporate job, hanging out with childhood friends once again became reality at Hangout. I was re-living this experience but some others were living the moment. I am talking about those children who were busy through the slides, virtual games, and theme based rooms.
Most of us born in the late eighties or early nineties must have played the theme-based games like Ghar-Ghar or Teacher student play. At least I played a lot with my niece when she used to become a teacher and she used to teach me all she has learned at school. On the similar theme, they have developed a grocery store, a dispensary, a zoo where children can pretend-play and have their gala time. The café for the kids is another wonderland, the seating is animal-based theme and the child can enjoy the meal sitting at the top of his favourite animal.
They have plenty of options for adults as well like bowling, pool, 4D rides, match screening and lot more. In addition, the best part is that for a foodie like me it is just not a game zone and they serve good food as well… 🙂
When we talk of food, they completely challenged my expectations. I was not very sure that could get a good food at the place as this more of a sports zone. I was expecting some quick bites in the menu. However, food menu is well thought and prepared, from the name of the preparations to the serving. The name of all the dishes are sports related and some of them are served in an unusual style on racket like this pizza.
We had non-veg platter, butter chicken, daal-makhni, veg pizza, paneer and chicken starters. All were good and tasty. Serving potions were also good. I was moved by the service, it was very fast. Their staff is extremely courteous and they makes you feel like ‘You just play the games and leave rest to us’. It was all in all, an evening more than well spent with friends and kids.
Happy Gaming and eating… 🙂