Molecule, the largest bar in India, has expanded its presence to multiple cities including Delhi, Lucknow, Noida, Agra, Indore, Bhopal, and more. Now, it announces its new location in Gurgaon's M3M area.


Molecule is renowned for its concepts, delightful cuisine, and contemporary beverages, creating a multi sensory experience that engages touch, sight, taste, sound, and smell throughout the day.


Conceived by Sahil Sambhi, the creative mind behind successful brands like Bawri, Vietnom, and The Drunken Botanist, Molecule offers an international ambiance fused with elements to elevate your dining and entertainment.


Since its inception seven years ago in Gurgaon, Molecule has redefined the drinking and partying scene in the area.


Spanning an area of 12,000 square feet, stepping into Molecule introduces you to a realm of contemporary design that boasts a novel and ultra-modern aesthetic.


The Gurgaon branch of Molecule has innovatively introduced new tastes infused with bold and captivating twists.


Under the guidance of Chef Himmat Rautela, Molecule places a strong emphasis on a menu that presents a fusion of Progressive Indian, Arabic, European, and Pan Asian cuisines.


The menu features a diverse selection, including dishes like Adana kebab, Air bread, Sambal fish, almond butter garlic prawns, Norweigan Salmon with Miso glaze, diced Asian pork belly, and more.


Molecule's beverage selection is crafted with a dedication to health and authenticity, steering clear of preservatives and artificial syrups.


These beverages are a fusion of international flair, featuring stirred drinks that combine fresh fruits, homemade floral syrups, organic herbs, spices, and a dash of alcohol, creating an exquisite sensory experience.


Beyond cocktails, the bar is fully stocked with premium spirits sourced from around the world.


The experience at Molecule offers a blend of inspiring displays, captivating live band shows, and much more.


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