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We were looking for a lunch option and were recommended this restaurant by our guide. Located opposite Junagarh fort this restaurant is stylish in its setting in an old world sort of way. Cane furniture strewn on a lawn, with monogrammed china ware, quick service...and tasty food delivered to our table quickly, we could feel the stresses and strains of Delhi slipping away from us as we just took in the fresh air, plotted our next drive to see the camels.More
Just opposite Junagarh Fort , Gallops is a great place to grab lunch, coffee or just a sandwich! The service is good. The food is delicious. Little expensive. If you want less spicy or customised they are happy to oblige
I visited twice in this restaurant, First impression was nice so I visited second time along with my friend (girl).
Second visited was worth less, I am not complaining about food and service everything was top class, but one of the dynamic young gentalmen standing...in cash counter with wearing green mask he started stare my friend when we sat on the table , we spend almost 1 hours :30 Minutes in restaurant that gentlemen was stared my friend approx 1 h :20 M. Our server was very nice I appreciate him.
but such types of staff does not suitable for hospitality industry.More
I only say that because it was nice to sit out and enjoy the view of the fort. Also there were more people there during the day. The food is simple but has the right flavors. We liked it so much we wenty twice.
Date of visit: February 2020
GALLOPS_BIKANER, Manager at Gallops Restaurant and Coffee House, responded to this reviewResponded 12 March 2020
Thank you so much sir, for your valuable feedback......
Your driver or guide will probably wheel you here.
Recognisable food and comfortable environment.
Locals would say very expensive and I would be inclined to agree (225 + tax for 1 serving of rice?). Lost a star for that.
For the unadventurous?