Fat Lulu’s @DLF Phase IV

Fat Lulu’s is yet another destination in Gurugram for Italian fresh made pizzas and pastas. There have total of five outlets in Delhi / NCR and sixth outlet is opening very soon.




This place looks like a small country side cafe with good food choices. Cross Point Mall in DLF Phase IV is a place to discover new eateries as they have many good options along with the clam and away from hassle wassle from the city. Happen to visit the place with few friends and unexpectedly ended up siting for quiet few hours. Loads of fun games were organised that day. The service was on time and people of this place are very polite and fun loving. 
Making a small pizza myself in the Chef Kitchen was a delight 🙂


My first order was a delight

# Summer Cooler and Watermelon Feta Salad  – so refreshing and perfect for this weather.



# Bacon Wrapped Prawns – It was yummy! Normally not that big fan of prawns but I happen to like very much.


# Chicken wings platter – the flavours were good. chicken was juicy.


# Pulled Apart Garlic Bread – Trust me on this! everybody needs to try. simple, flavourful, comfort food.


# Charcoal Roasted Mushroom – Not a big fan. The flavour was too strong for me. Charcoal and soya sauce was harsh and it overpowered the dish. 


# Pizzas – All the Pizzas at this place was good. They were fresh and you could see them prepared in front of you. Very hygienic as well.  




Pizza Italian


₹1,300 for two people (approx.) 

VAT & service charges extra

₹275  for a pint of beer (approx.)

Cash and Cards accepted

Opening hours

Today  11:30 AM to 10:30 PM

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Shop 110, 1st Floor, Cross Point Mall, DLF Phase 4, Gurgaon

The Masala Trail – By Osama Jalali

“The Masala Trail” at Ansal Plaza is yet another from the restaurant jewels from Osama Jalali apart from four other outlets in Delhi. They Have now total of 5 outlets including places like Janpat / Noida / Dwarka / Saket / Khel Gaon – Ansal Plaza.

Indian Cuisine has been celebrated all over the world since ages and specially when it comes to Indian Street Food, people from India as well abroad swears by it. It has always been a festival of flavours, spices, unique combination and different cultures.



The diversity in Indian Street food is immense as each region has its own specialities to offer. “Street Food” is a symbol of the region soul, reflection of diverse culture, a meeting point for people from different religion and walks of life and a staple diet for the multitude. India has a mixed population of vegetarians and non vegetarians. However, 99% of population relish the vegetarian delicacies provided by street food vendors in its authentic forms.

“The Masala Trail” is a pure vegetarian restaurant which offers traditional street cuisines from North, South, East and West regions of India in a hygienic environment.


Few of the items I can’t resist talking about – 

# Tower Chaat – My best so far. Delhi is under the scorching heat and nothing is more soothing then a dish which comforts your palette, great on flavours and light on tummy. This dish is a combination of different chaats inside a single glass. Loaded with flavours.

Tower Chaat

# Banana Poori – This was the first order from my end. Poori Bhaji or Poori Aloo is something loved in every house in India . It brought back my memories from childhood where we use to fight for the pooris. But did not try the Banana Poori from south. It is prepared with ripe banana massed in the poori tough which gives little sweet taste. Very soft in texture. 

Banana Poori

# Litti Chokha – Its a Bihari cuisine although the flavours are quite similar to my own Assamese cuisine. Both has a common ingredient “Mustard” which overpowers the overall dish. This dish is of similar concept of a Rajasthani Cuisine named ” Daal Baati Churma”. In Litti Chokha you get fried wheat tough with lots of raw mustard oil in the wheat balls served with potato gravy and daal. 

P.S. Not for people who is intolerant of strong mustard oil flavour.

Litti Chokha

# Triple Sack Rice – This was little off the regular street food. It came like a bowl meal. Had crispy noodles at the bottom, middle layer of manchurian gravy and fried rice on top. You get all the flavours together and its a complete meal by itself. 

# Ragda Patti – Was good but personally I am not big fan of it. 

Ragda Patti

# Amritpuri Panner Tikka – You get in many Delhi food outlets. Although the tastes really good.

Amritsari Panner Tikka

# Mumbai Tawa Pulao – Very famous Mumbai Street food. Although I never tried the original Tawa Pulao in the streets of Mumbai, I really loved the overall dish. Very filling and loaded with flavours. Loved the tangy taste from the lemon squeezed on top.

Mumbai Tawa Pulao

# Matka Kulfi / Haji Ali Fruit Cream – Both the deserts were very tasty and perfect for the summers.

Haji Ali Fruit Cream / Matka Kulfi



B Block, First Floor, Ansal Plaza Mall, Khel Gaon Marg, New Delhi


North Indian / South Indian / Street Food



₹800 for two people (approx.)


Home Delivery

Vegetarian Only

Wallet Accepted



Andrea’s Eatery

This is a travel inspired restaurant which is reflected through its menu. Each and every item will be from a destination travelled and experienced by the man himself “Andrea Pauro” a traveller. Dishes includes places like Goa, Bangkok, New York, Dubai, Indonesia, Venice, Tuscan and more awesome places and the menu is designed with interesting details of the different places.



Andrea’s Eatery, is an initiative to create a space that offers foodies an opportunity to experience dishes from all over the world, in a beautiful setting with great service and value.

The menu will evolve continuously by introducing new recipes, experimenting with new flavours and constantly keeping the novelty factor alive.
By Head Chef Mohit Jaggi


And I would totally agree to each and every word he said. It was not just a casual dine out or just another day with my girl friends. It ended up becoming a gastronomical experience. Right from service to ambiance, flavours to aroma…. all became like a night at the carnival. What a beautiful and flavourful afternoon spent with my girls. 
Never had such a wonderful time eating out.

** Few Favourites **

Andrea’s House Salad – Totally refreshing salad to start with. Rocket leafs, pine nuts and goat cheese. heavenly combination of crunch, gooey cheese sour and sweet leafs.

Andrea’s House Salad

Caramel Pork – Its a pork lovers delight. 5 hour slow braised Austrian Pork Shoulder on sticky Jasmine Rice topped with wok tossed snow peas and burnt garlic. Juicy and tender grilled pork which melts in your mouth. A comfort food indeed. 

Caramel Pork

Sea BassThe best “Sea Bass” of my life. Pan Seared till Crispy, served with Mustard and Leek Cream with Burned Garlic and Baby Spinach.   


Fresh Butter Garlic PrawnsPan Seared Butter Garlic Prawns served with hand cut fries.

Butter Garlic Prawns

Many thanks to the chef for such an amazing food prepared for us. *Specially For A Customised Dessert Platter* by the CHEF himself. 


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