Comorin brings together a restaurant bar, café and a curated market, all under one roof. The design, a blend of retro-futuristic installations and modest, traditional touches creates a stylish, contemporary and relaxed ambience.
The ‘Green Room’ on the other end of the restaurant, caters to those who have their heart set on a more intimate dining experience.
With a menu that boasts of an Indian-casual selection—a space much harder to crack than the mainstream fine dining—Comorin does not conform to a template.
Chefs Manish Mehrotra and Dhiraj Dargan, the brains behind this all-day dining restaurant, tirelessly style every recipe to deliver the decadent dishes. Enhanced by a mix of spices, the Andhra gongura chicken, bhetki paturi with Bengali khichdi and plastic chutney, prawn curry with dried red mango, red rice and appalam and the Champaran meat with sattu paratha and ole ki chutney, particularly stand out.
I find myself going for seconds while relishing the carefully crafted bheja fry and khasta roti. The raan musallam with fried aloo, baked garlic, and mewa pulao is also worth trying. The dessert menu is a whirlwind of flavours. I settled for the humble cheeni malai toast. The crispiness of the toast juxtaposing the malai is a fitting ending to a delightfully atypical meal. Currently, the restaurant is open for dine-in only from Wednesday to Sunday.
Just when you think Indian cuisine is getting too predictable, Comorin’s brilliance leaves you poring over a selection of unusual flavours.
Where: Comorin, 101, 1st Floor, Plaza Level, Two Horizon Center, Golf Course Road, Gurugram
Timings: Wed–Sun 1pm–10pm