Rred hot Cafe is one of the oldest Pan Asian restaurants in Gurgaon. It's located in the complex which also houses Pizza Hut near Galleria Market. The complex itself lacks maintenance in terms of lighting & accessibility. If you're coming from Iffco chowk then as soon as you take a left for Galleria Market, you'll reach here. Located on the first floor, this place has two entrances.
Loved the wall art which gives a nice, fresh feel to the place. The furniture is basic & looks dated yet comfortable. The ambiance here is charm & provides a quaint atmosphere to hold conversations. The air conditioning was good & made us feel comfortable throughout our dinner here.
Being a vegetarian, I started with a BASIL LEAF BROTH. I loved the amalgamation of flavours of fresh basil & fried chopped garlic in the vegetable stock. It's a refreshing start for me. The serving size is sufficient for one person.
> MUSHROOM & BOK CHOY DIMSUMS were really well made. I loved the thin layer of these dimsums which were not sticky at all. The stuffing was aromatic & the bite was good. The accompanying thick, spicy sauce added to the flavour of these steamed veggie delights.
> NIGHT MARKET NACHOSI liked the crunchy texture of the nachos along with the topping of chopped tofu & bell peppers. The presentation was appetizing. The oily aftertaste of the nachos could be improved upon which would make this dish perfect for me.
> SOI 66 VEGETABLE SPRING ROLLS were nice & crunchy served with a sweet, chilli sauce.
Coming to the Main course,
> GAENG KIEW WAN VEGETABLE or the traditional Green Thai Curry is prepared using in-house curry paste. The slightly spicy, coconutty flavours were enjoyable & loved the creamy texture of the gravy. It paired up really well with the gooey texture of the sticky rice. The serving size, the presentation were spot-on. Recommended!
> GREEN ELEPHANT is a tangy combination of assorted vegetables including corns, broccoli & mushrooms. The presentation could have been better.
> MANGO ICE CREAM WITH COCONUT SHAVINGS
Loved the presentation on big, fresh leaves. The first bite left my taste buds confused as I could not taste either the mango or the coconut. There was a clear clash of both the flavours. Maybe more of either of these flavours would help to balance out the dish.
Servers were warm & could have been more attentive.
Overall, I loved the food here. The flavours were refreshing & my taste buds were pleased with the quality of food being served here. :)
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