New Nightlife place at Cyber Hub, Gurgaon

Pier 38, located at Cyber Hub, DLF Cyber City, Gurgaon is the new addition to the happening cyber hub of Gurgaon. Pier 38 brings with it the flavors of Persia and Arab world.

The Ambience is very nice. It is having a rustic décor , warm gold lighting and comfortable seating. The influence of an actual Pier (Dock) can actually be seen in the interiors.


The Menu is having very nice variety of Persian and Arabic delicacies and lot of options to drinks as well. The Prices they have are on a little higher side but as compared to others in the vicinity its pretty decent. The place was almost full but the they managed to provide a decent Service as well.

In Drink we had, Tequila Coffee (4.2/5): Nice, warm and creamy. perfect for winters. Lemongrass Iced Tea (4/5): Normal ice tea with a hint of lemongrass in it. Italian smooch(5/5): Perfectly made, not to sweet not sour. Apple Haze (4/5): for all the old monk lover, a little strong drink.


In Starters we had,  The Non Veg Platter (4.5/5): Nicely served, level by level. The best thing was cheesy meat cigars. Drums of Heaven (5/5): Full marks. Very soft juicy and fresh. Dilli Chaat (4/5): It was Palak pataa chaat. Nice and tangy. Batata Hara (4/5): Nice roasted potatoes with herbs on top. Kakori Kebab (4.5/5): Very soft and flavorful. Samak Mashwi(4/5): Soft and uniquely flavored fish. Turkish Pizzas (5/5): The must try dish of the place.


The Mains were pretty decent and the best was the mutton curry served with rice. Must try. The Rice they used were of very nice quality.


In Desserts we had Nutella Cigars (5/5): Amazing and super tasty. Baghlava (4.5/5): The popular Arabic dessert baghlava served with scoop of Vanilla ice-cream. It tastes more like Halwa due to its richness and loads of dry fruits.


Verdict – You must visit the new nightlife place to try Arabic and Persian flavors.

Ambience – 4.5/5

Food – 4.2/5

Service – 4/5

Value for Money – 4/5

More about Pier 38:
Pier 38 Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato



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  1. Oh God you made me hungry! Haha. Pregnant and looking on pictures of food. Holy wow. Haha! I’ve always been curious of arabic food but it is so hard to find in Sweden except pizzeria (99% of the pizzerias is owned by Arab people) 😦

    Thanks for sharing!


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