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With a well-stocked bar positioned right at the center of Capital Kitchen, in Taj Diplomatic Enclave, you have a reason to be happy. And if you manage to snag a table lining the glass-fronted exterior wall, you will enjoy uninterrupted views of the hotel’s lush green lawns, the swimming pool and a cozy play area for kids. The all-day dining restaurant has been conceptualized as a well-lit, breezy space with inverted bowl-shaped pendant lamps in copper tones, Chinese ceramic vases and wooden latticework acting as décor accents. Since it is pegged as an outfit serving food 24x7, there are plenty of Indian and Western breakfast options as well as multiple Asian and European mains and small plates. In addition, there are Taj signatures like Lamprais, Cobb salad and chicken bunny chow that have wooed diners across the brand’s various properties. The nasi goreng and Hanoi grilled lamb come recommended, while their dessert called once upon a time is elaborately constructed with baked Philadelphia cream cheesecake, Graham cracker base, fruit and red berry sauce.
We stayed at the hotel, so we ate at the breakfast buffet here each day, which was great. They always offered personal omelettes, waffles, etc in addition to the plentiful buffet with a yummy mix of Indian and Western breakfast options. They also have great drinks like lassi, cappuccinos, and fresh juice. We also ate here for dinner two nights and it was amazing. They had really great American food (even by American standards) for when we were needing a break from Indian. I ate the gnocchi, the caprese sandwich, and the capital pizza. They were all delicious, especially the gnocchi. The service and ambience was awesome too and we loved the spicy chips that came out with the drinks.
Located at 5 stars hotel Taj Palace, breakfast buffet was incredible. We also tried simple dinner : yes, choice can be more in menu, asian dishes we picked little under expectations, very difficult to get the real taste and soul of the food, chicken meat little old in chewing, Vietnam noodle serving tasty but size not so generous. But breads just yummy which comfort our tummy. Anyway, still a good try dinning inside the hotel.
I ordered three times and the value/price is very expensive. tastes is also average , i dont recommend
For a 5 star hotel, it has a very average spread, both in terms of the dishes and the taste. The setting is nice, you can sit inside or outside and the staff is very hospitable but the food leaves a lot to be desired.
Great selection of different foods, both local and international (although I highly recommend all the local offerings) and there are outdoor tables overlooking the gardens and pool which are nice too.
You don’t have to roam around looking for an open eatery at midnight or swipe up and down, left or right on your phone for restaurants serving hours to take care of your hunger pangs. All you have to do is drive down to Diplomatic Enclave and park into Taj Palace New Delhi on Sardar Patel Marg where you will find the city’s loveliest all-day dining restaurant ‘Capital Kitchen’. What makes Capital Kitchen so popular with midnight diners is not only their ambience but also the generous splash of midnight buffets they do where you can go and eat your heart out. The restaurant is idyllic for any scenario, be it professional or romantic. While it’s suitable for a power lunch, the ambience turns a little intimate as the evening comes.
Dining at Capital Kitchen is an experience you won’t soon forget. With its smashing global menu that travels all cross the whole map the chef lures you with a selection of North Indian, European and Asian dishes. A hefty booze collection complements the grub delightfully. Other than your usual refined single malts and exquisite wine library, their bar selection stocks on some great signature concoctions. Treat your palate to flavour fireworks through the first course entailing, Indonesian satay, tom kha kai, paneer tikka, shrimp cocktail, papdi chaat, roma tomato soup, smoked salmon, kathi roll and fiery chicken. For a tad more substantial fare opt between, Hanoi grilled lamb, lamprais, spinach & ricotta ravioli, butter chicken tikka masala, the Cajun vegetable burger, pizza soho, new England lobster roll, classic ham and cheese sandwich.
The variety is staggering, choose carefully. All-day breakfast selection ranges everything from traditional fill ups like poori bhaji to the western favorite classic egg benedict. The dessert assortment at Capital Kitchen is nothing short of nostalgic. The feel-good comforting sweets pampers your soul like no other. Tuck into everything from tiramisu to doodh jalebi to ice cream sundae. Capital Kitchen is a no tablecloth kind of establishment. They like to keep things classy yet casual. The idea is to make the diners feel comfortable and welcome. Sit near the windows to look out at the long stretch of landscaping parallel to the restaurant or be comfortable on their plush sofas. To drink in the breezy Delhi evening sit outside with your companion. Capital Kitchen is a pricey fine dining place, in case you are wondering.