Gohana Jalebi is quite famous now in Gurgaon, the first outlet opened in Sec 56 and now we have in Sec 50 as well and I am told we have few more outlets, Gurgaon loves local delicacies.
Gohana Jalebi’s are famous because not just because of its taste, its size, one Jalebi would weigh around 250 gm. Prepared using pure Desi Ghee, these Jalebis can be preserved for 15 days. The name of the Jalebi is taken from city’s name, Matu Ram had started preparing this size of Jalebi in 1958 in Gohana with a price tag of Re 1 per piece.
Over the weekend I decided to have my breakfast at Gohana Famous Jalebi outlet, this has been long due.
Ambiance: It’s a small outlet in a open shopping arcade, not sure if you can expect much but shading must be avoided. A little customer orientation will work wonderful.
Food & Beverages: Very small but impressive list, we have two adjoining shops. The shop at the left hand side is more focused on sweets and this outlet on Jelebi, weekend offering does includes Poorie & Subzee.
I had ordered Poorie Subjee considering it was weekend, which is cooked in Desi Ghee and I loved it. The food was served warm, made to order I guess, at the Poorie was crispy and mot loathed across sides. They have two varieties, I mean sizes of Jalebi, the typical Gohna Jalebi was way too big and I decided to skip, settled small Jalebi’s, delicious was expected. The chaasni was flowing in & out, you could feel the sweetness all over your mouth.
Customer Centricity: I did expect much but it was good, staff was courteous and food item delivered as per the expected timeline.
Value for Money: Absolutely yes, the Poori Sabjee costed me Rs 70/-, couldn’t have asked for more. Jalebi is served as Kg rate, 350/- per kg and it has all the worth.
Infrastructure, Parking & Driveway: NA, since it’s inside a food court/mall