For the bike riding beast inside you!
Restaurant: The Bikers Cafe
Reviewer: Aalok Wadhwa | 4th December 2015 | Reviewer Rating (Out of 5) 3.75

Please note: This review was done on an invitation from the restaurant to taste their food, and no bill was presented to the author. While the author assures you of objectivity, the review may be influenced by the personalized attention the author got.

Bikers Café is designed to be cool and macho. It has quaint biking memorabilia as decor. The bill actually comes in a exhaust pipe. Obviously Sanjay Yadav, the owner is into biking and wants all to share his passion. Music from the 80s wafts through the speakers.


The place has brick walls, wood paneling, cutlery shaped like repair tools, and a nice outdoor seating as well as a mini performance space. Here is a place for those in their 40 year old to try and feel young listening to scorpion and bon jovi, and talk dude talk.

The food is by and large good with some rough edges needing ironing out. Rajma aur Anjeer ki Galauti (Rs 330) sounds good in concept but has a pasty texture which takes away from the taste. Albondigas (Rs 447) are Spanish meatballs which disappoint with their dense interiors.

          Rajma aur Anjeer ki Galauti                             Albondigas

But it is in seafood where the chef comes in his elements. Chilly Garlic Shrimp (Rs 325) are amazing. This is one place that cares for the way they cook their prawn. They are cooked just right and are pretty tasty, despite being lukewarm to cold when served. The story is repeated with Mahi Amritsari (Rs 330) where the sole fish is flaky and juicy, though I do miss the anardana in the batter.

                                 Mahi Amritsari

In the main course I try Lemon Perfumed Thai Fish (Rs 493) on Sanjay’s suggestion and again it is well cooked. The pizzas here are square, and the Margarita Pizza (Rs 294) is competent and comforting.

                                   Margarita Pizza

Bikers café is going to be a hot spot to go to, if they keep up their food and once they get their liquor license, which I believe is due any day now.

Ratings (Out of 5)

Food: 3.5 | Ambience: 4.0 | Service: 3.5 | Value: 4.0 | Overall: 3.5

Meal for two: Rs.1200 | Alcohol: Not yet | Credit Card: Yes | Wheel chair friendly: Yes

Address: G-12, MGF Emmar Building, Sector 54, Gurgaon. Tel: +919910166641, +919654653165

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Restaurant Information
The Bikers Cafe The Bikers Cafe
G-12, MGF Emmar Building, Sector 54, Gurgaon
Telephone: +91 9910166641 view on a map
Opening Hours: 7:30 AM to 12 midnight
Cuisine: Cafe
Average Price: Rs. 1000 - 1200