The food court at Candor’s campus in Sector 48, Gurugram, offers a choice of delicious foods and refreshing beverages to employees working in the premises.
One of the amenities that employees working at Candor’s campus in Sector 48, Gurugram, enjoy is the well-maintained food court within the premises. As a result, those professionals who are unable to cook their breakfast or lunch due to lack of time or cooking experience do not need to worry about looking for food options.
FROM SNACKS TO MAIN COURSE
There are a variety of options in the food court from fast foods to regional favourites to international cuisines. Those employees craving a quick bite can indulge in nutritious sandwiches from Subway, hearty burgers from Best in Burgers or street food from Chat and Culture. Their hunger pangs can also be satisfi ed with the best of Indian tandoori cuisine from Garma Garam, South-Indian food from Papadumb, Chinese fare from Fat Monk, North- Indian spread from An Indian Affair, and American and continental dishes from Eumerica.
FROM BEVERAGES TO DESSERTS
Whether their preferred beverage is a hot cup of coffee, a delicious and healthy herbal tea or a tall glass of lemonade, employees can find the perfect excuse to relish it all day long at the outlets of Tea Halt and Madras Coffee House in the food court. For healthy alternatives like salads, the live counter at SEZ Salads is a popular choice. Another added attraction is the recently opened Love Organic counter that supplies healthy, organic juices and foods. The outlets of Bakers Oven Xpress and Dairy Brook are also very popular.
Indeed, the extensive range of restaurants in the food court allows employees to choose how they want to indulge their taste buds. But while food is defi nitely a big draw here, there is more good news for diners: Because Candor TechSpace believes in evolving constantly to better address the needs of employees working across its campuses, it has also initiated the building of an interactive food court and a clubhouse.
PROPOSED INTERACTIVE FOOD COURT
The interactive food court will have a provision for a buffet counter and a Teppanyaki (a style of Japanese cuisine that uses an iron griddle to cook food) restaurant with an open kitchen. Designed along the lines of a warehouse, the food court would feature bare brickwork and continuous flooring (for a monolithic impression). It would be divided into sections complete with different styles of seating, including kiosks with stools. A card-based system would be used for food orders. Additionally, provision would be made for people wanting to eat their home-cooked food at the food court. A centralised washing system will also be provided.
There are also plans to build a clubhouse for the benefit of employees working in the campus. The facade of this structure would be designed in a Mondrian mosaic of primary colours, media, writings, green elements and glass, all characterised by intersecting perpendicular lines and planes. The building will accommodate F&B outlets on the ground floor, a gym and recreational areas on the first floor and a hall-cum banquet space on the second floor.