Maruchi is the newest entrant in the cities modern asian culinary landscape. As you enter the sprawling square feet space, youʼre greeted by a serene koi pond with a Firangi Paani tree rooted in the middle. The Kohaku’s and Tancho Japanese fish donʼt shy away from patrons when they cross over the wooden bridge and instead playfully interact with the waterfall. Feel free to feed the fish at Maruchi.
Dining in the patio overlooking the 140 luscious acres of Qutub Golf Course is an experience one would seldom forget. Watch golfers play and in turn hone in your birdwatching skills and try to spot the peacocks. Come summer the vines and creepers will provide enough shade to enjoy a glass of wine along with pizza from the wood-fired oven. Your options donʼt end here – we have an all day dining menu to supplement the festivities. Surely a contestant for the best outdoor view in South Delhi. If youʼre looking for a more formal set up, you can instead elect to eat inside, where the Japanese influence comes alive.
The onyx bar is backlit and cases of single malts in glass shelves complement the affair. If you look out from the floor to ceiling windows youʼll be greeted with a familiar face – the tree, the koi pond, and the cascading waterfall. An Instagrammable location for the millennial age. The zen-like experience doesn’t stop there, with a Teppanyaki grill taking center stage and another aquatic piece to tie the place together. Live performing artists will come and go as you dine away and enjoy a glass of Sake from a tokkuri. If youʼre looking to take it up a notch a grand chandelier awaits you upstairs, ideal for private parties and special events.
Located opposite the Qutub Golf Course, Maruchi is situated in the heart of South Delhi and right off Gurgaon. Certainly, stop by — youʼre always welcome.