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A gastronomic journey to The Classroom 


Everyone loved The Classroom, if not back in school or college everyone does recall and cherish those lovely days. A visit to sector 29 “The Classroom ” will take you on a nostalgia of good old school or college days.

How you ask?,  have a look for yourself.

A game of flames was taken more seriously then the family pidegree and we never wanted a E Or S for an answer for our love interests, isn’t It.

Schools punishment looked such torture then but now we can laugh it off like this one.

In the cricket ground a war was won and lost each day and showed us many sides of our friends then we see otherwise. A six on first ball was valid while a out was not, after all it was a trial ball.

Just like the place the menu is also super naughty and quirky, dragging us to sweet and sour experiences of our school life.

So the picture below features 3 mocktails

  • #Rosy man : A Pink mocktail with pomegranate seeds. Rosemary sweet and sour.
  • #Desi Tadka – more than the mocktail the presentation and the serving is to die for. It’s a coke based mocktail with coriander and lemon chunks,  tangy and sweet
  • Mand Budhi : literally served in a bulb this is a Thai spiced mocktail with dehydrated pineapple juice.

#Irish School Nachos : An amazing and cheesy nachos dish with lovely dips and in the picture below the Mand budhi and Rosy mam are complimenting the nachos snacks.

Palak Patta Chat : this is one dish which very few restaurants get it right. Either it ll have loads of oil or it ll not be perfectly crispy. But The Classroom did it just right.

I love platters,  as they are like being on a buffet table where you get to eat everything and then choose what you like and order a full portion

#Veg Platter at The Classroom : this is just a perfect pick to taste the lovely delicacies on a vegetarian menu,  served with tandoori broccoli , Paneer, cigar rolls,  etc etc this is like too much food to Handle. Served with dips and chutneys.

Coming to Main course normally most of my food craving is taken care by starters and I don’t bank much on main food. But tried 2 things at The Classroom and loved them both.

#Baked  Paneer Tikka Masala served with Parantha : A rich tomato butter  gravy & cedar cheese  dish made with char grilled  Tandoori Paneer served with Lacha parantha was a great pick for an Indian palate. If you love main course  Paneer dishes then you ll just love this. This had been a signature dish and much appreciated too.

#Miloni Sabji : a gravy dish made with exotic vegetables in homemade spices. This was pretty average. Served with Kulcha Or Naan.

# Vegetable Berry Pulav : if love aromatic food,  and you eat with your senses than this dish is destined to take your breathe away with a lovely aroma of berries on the pulao. Mildly spiced vegetables,  rice served with sweet berries and cashew nuts on top is really very very delicious.
Getting on to the sweetest part of food yes the desserts

#Brownie with vanilla ice cream: few desserts are forever and so is this One.

#Death by Chocolate : hot molten chocolate inside and chilled Vanilla ice cream on the sides makes this a deadly combo.

Overall had a great dining experience here, the staff is just like the people in our school,  like the canteen Bhaiya serving with full passion and love as if this is not your first visit. We were served by Amit and he ensured we felt like an alumni in The Classroom- extra special.

The space is beautifully done spread across four floors with a open air terrace again giving you a glimpse of our school life. Remember those cemented staircase made for sitting served as studio for group pictures almost all schools had this.

Walls having a lot of memories inked from school days, games taking you on a nostalgia of school days.

Ek period toh Yahan spend Karna Banta hai for the fond memories of our school life.

Address 19-20 Leisure Valley Rd Sector 29, Sector 29,
Gurugram, Haryana 122007
095994 86829

The Classroom Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

A self proclaimed storyteller who loves food and is a health freak to the core. A person who has got a sense of humor to lighten up the most serious stuff. i love the life as it comes, planning is not my cup of tea since i am coffee lover. I brew my own jokes in all situations and love being my own audience. Happy go lucky is the attitude that i carry around. and i stay away from people who throw attitude(cant understand why they carry the weight of their attitude when all they can do is to throw it on others )

2 comments on “A gastronomic journey to The Classroom 

  1. vegetable berry pulav looks good.

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