Delhi’s Best Luxury Asian Restaurants To Dine-In
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One of the most loved so called international cuisine is Chinese or rather we can say Oriental and Delhi undoubtedly has some of the best places in the country to dine-in. From the classic dimsums to the Peking Duck to the Diced Chicken with Cashew Nuts or even the Mongolian Chicken each dish is cooked to perfection here.

Shang Palace, Shangri-La

Shang Palace brings the art of Chinese cuisine to India's capital with handcrafted flavours that have been perfected for over half a century. Traditional tastes are blended with local influences and modern techniques for a unique experience. Michelin Stars adorn our Hong Kong and Paris locations, while critically acclaimed outposts can be found in world-class cities from Beijing to Istanbul. With expansive interiors that include lavish indoor seating and three private dining rooms. Globally renowned, Dubai based Stickman Design, is the creative team behind the luxurious interiors of Shang Palace. Shang Palace at Shangri-La Eros New Delhi offers authentic Sichuan, Cantonese and Yunnan cuisine with a wide selection of vegetarian and non-vegetarian signature dishes. 

The food is made with the freshest locally available authentic ingredients presented in a sophisticated and contemporary style. The specialty chefs at Shang Palace have put together an innovative culinary line-up of authentic delicacies to further elevate your dining experience. The signature’s in the menu features Dimsum selection, stir-fries, staples and desserts.

The China Kitchen, Hyatt, Delhi

The China Kitchen is a contemporary Chinese restaurant that introduced Delhi to the first-of-its-kind stylized interpretation of the traditional Chinese dining experience, presenting the city with the concept of dining in the kitchen. This restaurant embodies the hotel's innovative vision and confirms its position at the forefront of the city’s culinary evolution. Depicting traditional elements of a Chinese house, the restaurant is surrounded by double-glazed glass on all sides and welcomes diners into the majestic open kitchen, which incorporates five sections, namely the Peking duck station, the dumpling and noodle station, the steamer, the wok and the dessert kitchen. Right from the Sichuan pepper, chilli paste, bullet chillies, chilli black bean sauce, dark soya, light soya, and chicken powder, among other components, are all obtained from China

Yi Jing, Sheraton

Yi Jing draws inspiration from the essence and meaning in its title. ‘Yi’ means ‘to change’ and ‘Jing’ refers to ‘the classic’. It presents a cuisine philosophy that combines simplicity with contemporary interpretations from across the diverse regions of China. The menu repertoire celebrates dominant culinary traditions from Sichuan and Hunan provinces, incorporating traditional cooking techniques and unique ingredients in refreshing and inventive ways.

The highlights of this pan Chinese culinary line up are the intricately handcrafted dim sums, deftly pulled handmade noodles, barbecued specialties, immersive tastes from the wokery and delectable desserts that are comforting and adventurous at the same time.

Enjoy the vibrant environs at Yi Jing, custom curations at the restaurant’s private dining rooms and this unique culinary journey. When visiting here don't miss there The Barbeque Pork Bao or the The Wok Fried Chilli Cumin Lamb. 

House Of Ming, Taj Mahal

One of the most prominent Chinese luxury dine in place in the city, The House of Ming enjoys the patronage of the hauté and happening of the city. The restaurant boasts of serving some of the most authentic Chinese food in the city. The rich cuisine and cooking styles of Canton and Schezuan have been mastered by our award-winning chefs. This legendary restaurant has consistently delighted patrons and remains one of the most socially prominent places to dine in.

Chi Ni, Roseate 

Inspired by the liberated art of cooking at Kai Mayfair, Chi Ni is an initiative to bring the same individuality and eccentricity that the brand represents. The 140 cover restaurant, the only one under a tent canopy in the country, offers private dining rooms, indoor dining, a winery, bar seating and an alfresco experience perched atop a manicured hill overlooking the iconic stained glass boat by Khun Lek Bunnag in the magical landscape setting of The Roseate. Chi Ni offers a wide spectrum of contemporary Chinese, Szechuan, Hong Kong Cantonese, local Malaysian and Singapore Chinese cuisine.

Spicy Duck, Taj Palace

Spicy Duck retains authenticity and manifests luxury. A central feature to Chinese cuisine for centuries, the Spicy Duck signifies freedom, happiness and fidelity in China, capturing contemporary vibrancy with authenticity. The cuisine aims to reflect specialties of Taishan and Chengdu sub-regions, to which homemade concoctions and minimalistic condiment use impart lightness. Most of the ingredients are sourced from China to keep the offerings authentic.