A Restaurant that Caters to the Cuisine from 'Golden' Cities of India

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A casual dining multi-cuisine cafe Cafe NH8 offers a high-end menu that caters to the people of all age groups
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Housing cuisines from the ‘Golden’ cities of India, Cafe NH8 is a luxe Radisson® restaurant. The restaurant is inspired by the ‘Golden Quadrilateral’ highway, a project by the National Highway Authority of India that connects the metropolitan cities of New Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, and Mumbai.

A casual dining multi-cuisine cafe, Cafe NH8 offers a high-end menu that caters to the people of all age groups. Besides the variety in Indian dishes, the cafe also offers an extensive international menu that includes Mexican, Chinese, Italian, and Continental cuisines.

 

In line with the highway theme it follows, Cafe NH8’s signature dishes include Highway Ka Dhaba Murgh and Highway Ka Paratha. These are usually served with their special The Shikdoom cocktail.

The interiors of the cafe exude luxury and chic trendiness, with comfortable seating areas and a large section for buffet spreads.

Given its proximity to the airport and Cyber City, as well as its approachable location, it is often visited by expats and officials travelling to and from Gurugram. It is the perfect place to enjoy local and global delicacies for breakfast, lunch, and dinner for small and large groups alike.

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