Go! Biryani

Secor 56 HUDA Market, Sector 56
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Go! Biryani Reviews and Ratings - Sector 56, Gurgaon

Very Bad

Rated 1.5 by Chocolate Lover

We had a great expectation from Go Biryani but the experience I earlier had was broken to pieces. The first bite had I neither got flavors nor aroma of spices and tasted not good I would not go to that outlet again


Rated 4.0 by AfoodieDiary

Go! Biryani another biryani outlet in the city. Recently ordered biryani from this outlet for dinner. I had ordered: 1) Chicken Dum Biryani: It was coupled with flavors of spices delicately combined with rice and chicken making an aromatic combination. The taste was good but could have been more better. 2) Chicken 65: Basically chicken deep fried in red sauce which makes this dish a bit spicy. The taste was ok. It had punchy flavours of curry leaves, ginger, garlic, chillies and all the ingredients that make a good Indian dish. 3)Gulab Jamun: It was very soft and fresh. Overall, it was a good meal.


Rated 5.0 by ALazyFoodie

One of the finest biryani’s I have tasted in Gurgaon. Good Packaging, timely delivered and awesome taste! The gajar ka halwa was a absolute treat! Totally recommended


Rated 5.0 by Arjun Sharma

Despite Gurgaon having some amaxing Biryani chains, Gobiryani still stands out for me not only for the amazing Paneer biryani that I had, but also for hot and juicy Soya chaap. Their packaging is great too coupled with the spicy salan that comes along, .it is the perfect place to order some amazing biryani from.

Loved it!

Rated 4.5 by Sunmeet Singh Sethi

With the kind of fitness routine I follow, I should not have much intake of rice and that too relished with so much spices and chicken pieces. But if you have been following my writeups, you would know that how much I have been in love with Biryanis since the time I have joined my first job. Working with friends who are from Hyderabad and Kolkata, has given me a taste to enjoy Biryani during office lunches. On the search of a good biryani, I have already tried Biryani by Kilo, Behrouz Biryani, Biryani Blues, Yum Biryani and few more. Few were superb and others were just the one time strokes. Now, you need to read my reviews to find which one I liked the most. But my quest to find the best biryanis of North India is still on. Keeping my quest on, I chose to go with GoBiryani. To be honest, I was fascinated by the packaging box used by the restaurant. I wanted to checkout the colorful box and, obviously, the good food. I went ahead with Chicken 65 Biryani, Stuffed Shami Kebab, Gajar Ka Halwa and Butter Milk. Being a hardcore non-vegeterian, I had never tried Veg Kebabs and my choice has always been Mutton or Chicken Seekh Kebabs. I ordered Shammi Kebab, genuinely, to try this dish for the first time. Shammi Kebab were almost like tikkis but made with dal and internal stuffing of curd and leaves in it and later fried on a slow heat. I was confused on the stuffing of the kebab but after much anticipation, I finally found it was Dahi. It was somewhat a mix of Dal Pakoda and Dahi ke Sholay which I know every vegeterian has already tried it. It was just really soft on my tongue. Have it with mint sauce and onion, you'll love the dish. Out of all biryanis I have tried in my quest to find the best biryani, I have found Biryani Blues and Behrouz Biryani to be the best. And now this list includes, GoBiryani. I ordered Chicken 65 Biryani which was served with Salan and Curd. I thought it was Chicken Gravy but later one of my teammates mentioned it was Salan. But I generally like to have my biryani with curd and not with salan. The biryani was just so good. It had multiple big pieces of Chicken 65 in it. The biryani had flavours of cardomom and loads of resin and kajus in it. I loved how they had prepared rice because the colors had come out really well. The chicken was roasted really well. It told that the marination of chicken was done in a good manner. Believe me, you would love the biryani if you order it from here. Next up for my tummy was Butter Milk and Gajar Halwa. They only serve Gajar Halwa when it's the winter season. I had the option open, so, I thought, why not! Butter Milk was almost like a milk chaach you would get at all other places. It was a butter milk with salty taste to it. I loved how it was able to refresh me with its flavour. But the best of them all was Gajar ka Halwa. Yes, I have a big sweet-tooth. It was a combination of dry fruits, carrot, sugar, khoya, ghee and lots of magic. I just loved how the cup of halwa was just playing with me the game of resistance. I resisted it because I should't eat much sweet but everytime I would eat a bite of it, I couldn't resist to have another spoon of it. And soon, the whole cup was in my stomach. Though mine was a delivery but this place is worth experiencing, be it only he food. Worth the cost and time!