Gastronomica kitchen and bar is in M Block market of GK1. It is on the second floor of the building. I loved what they did to the place, the last time I was here, the interiors were somewhat different. It was a long time back when I visited this place last, so not much of comparison I can give. For the record, I really liked the new interior, the way they stuck bottles on one wall for the decors and on the adjacent wall, written cheers, salud and other words from other regions with similar meanings. The wall looked to have a chalk paint on it and have it all written from chalk. Nice and simple it was, and cool in its own way.
Coming to the food, it all started with a cold soup, Tomato Mexicana. It was a kind of palate cleanser served by them. Then we started with Ricotta Galouti kebabs, they were good, soft but tasted average. Wouldn’t say it was a disappointment though, but cottage cheese steak, it didn’t impressed much. It was lacking in some strong features, or can say the wow factor was missing. Glad that the worst part got over here only, the food started to get better and better with every dish served from here. There was penne, there was spaghetti but the one thing that got better of everything else, Rocket and cream cheese pizza.
We had so much of starters already, that we were not willing to have much of main course. We ordered Subz Vilayati Taka tak and Dal Gastronomica. Main course was a delicacy, but couldn’t get much of it as we had to have some desserts as well.
And for desserts, we ordered Chocolate Fir Dance, Mango Jamun and a Chocolate Mousse. Chocolate mousse and chocolate fir dance were amazing. Chocolate fir dance was so heavenly tasting dessert, we just couldn’t get enough of it.
Almost forgot, there were a few drinks too that we had. One cocktail, that was suppose to be ordered, Long Island Iced Tea. As per their menu sounded, we ordered Sumit’s Poison, which was supposed to be the strongest of them all, it may be the one, but was it was an above average drink. Also there was a Charcoal Martini. I liked it though.