Yumz, Gurgaon, I’m happy to say is a very good example of owner managed and driven restaurants, and it shows.[nggallery id=69] [singlepic id=1033 w=320 h=240 float=right]The first thing you notice on entering is the neat array of tables, well laid out covers, clean tablecloths and shining cutlery. The staff could be a little smarter, but given the sorry state of human resources in virtually all sectors today, Yumz cannot be singled out for picking from a common pool. I particularly liked the really tall table at the entrance that’s reminiscent of dining on barstools. Very nice.
I tried a host of their dishes – a spread of Indian food with a smattering of Indian Chinese and a Continental dish; Kebabs, curries, biryani, dal, noodles, fried rice and rotis among other dishes. Every dish I ate was value for money at it’s best behavior and tasted great too. The kebabs in particular were soft, succulent and well flavored while all other dishes met expectations in terms of taste and good portions for very reasonable prices.
Do try Yumz, Gurgaon for a quick meal or snack anytime you’re passing through!
Meal for two: Rs. 400