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Do not be in a rush when you head to China Garden. Instead, opt for a beer and savour your food over time for the best possible experience. With their expansive dim sum menu, you will be surprised at how good each one tastes. My favourite pick is the 'Pok Choy Dumpling in Chilli Oil', 'Sticky Rice in Banana Leaf', 'Steamed Chicken Chilly Wantons' and the 'Barbecue Roast Pork Buns', and that is just the steamed variety that I am talking about. And if you are not full by now, eat the 'Onion Pancake' or the 'Crispy Schezwan Chicken' for a delicious starter. Oh, and there are dessert dim sums too for those who have sweet tooth. The service has also been exceptional. Buffets at lunch are great value-for-money.
My son and me had a delicious chinese dinner at China Gàrden, Greater Kailash. The food was awesome. I had vegetarian food and my son had non vegetarian food. Staff was very friendly. Atmosphere was cosy and comfortable. Would love to visit again.
This is a restaurant which serves serves lovely, tasty and delicious Chinese meals. You have to be patient for your order, because they prepare fresh as per your taste and specifications. We had a great experience because everything we ordered was tasty delicious and sumptuous. Amolak Rattan Kohli Former Governor of Mizoram
We came to have lunch around afternoon and ordered our lunch I was accompanied by foreign friends We asked them to warm our plates before serving We requested the waiter, head waiter, supervisor & finally the shift supervisor they all blatantly refused to do so saying we don’t warm the plates It was ridiculous & obnoxious too especially in front of foreign friends We finally left without having food We would never like to enter this restaurant again
We were looking for a restaurant in GK 2 area, when we looked up Zomato and saw this place to be the closest. It was getting late and cold, so just walked in. It looked like a decent place, good ambience. But that’s all it has! I shall list out 3 points to tell you why I gave this title. 1. We ordered 2 monchow chicken soups, hot and sour chicken and barbecued wanton thong chicken soup. While others were okay, chicken munchow was just egg and veggies. When we pointed out to the server he called the manager who promised to change it. But no change! After 10 minutes, they brought on the main course, and the waiter said the chef clarified that the soup served was right. 2. We had gone by the recommendation of the waiter and wanted three dishes, one in fish and two in chicken. Besides three portions of noodles. The waiter said that three may not be good enough so he would make it 1.5 times of each main dish. Since we had not looked at the menu card and had no idea about prices, I did wonder what this 1.5 times thing was, but thinking they would would probably make 1.5 times the dish portions and charge accordingly, I said fine. When the service was made we were astonished to see such small portions, but had to remain quiet considering that must be what they served. And when the bill came, the price charged for extra half portions (of each dish) was an extra 75% of full dish prices. When we asked for the reason, as we weren’t even sure if the portions served were one normal size, or 1.5 times, or even less than one. And they said that’s the price they charge for a half portion. We told him that in that case, if he had informed earlier since we went by his suggestion, we could have ordered another full dish besides the three that we ordered. There was no reply to that- obviously. If that’s the way it is, it’s just cheating! 3. We had ordered sol fish specifically because the choice they offered was either basa or sol. When the dish was served it was basa. That too not so good tasting. When we pointed out, the waiter first said he would check with the chef, and on return he said the chef said the order served is correct. When we asked him to get the chef over to us, he said it was his mistake as he didn’t convey properly, and if we insist then he would end up paying for the served dish. We told him to charge for the dish, fine, but get us the sol fish for which too they may charge. He returned 5 minutes later and said there was no sol fish available that day. This made us feel bad, but he said he would talk to the billing clerk and get the dish deleted from bill. But when the bill finally arrived, there was full charges for everything. On our enquiring, the guy said that we may go to the billing clerk and “request”. That was completely unprofessional and appalling, and the manager too turned up to say we had no choice, and we just paid and left. Before leaving, I did wrote the feedback but everyone seemed to give the uncaring feeling that bad feedback doesn’t matter. This in my view, it’s a real horrible restaurant which I would not recommend to anyone.
Very poor experience yesterday (23 Dec). We ordered 11 items (from A23, C.R.Park, 98100 61800) for Rs 5,545, but the non-veg item quantities were very less. On calling and complaining, they just shrugged it off by saying “these are our normal portions”, and did not offer to do anything. We have frequented China Garden and other Chinese restaurants many times before and this was half a normal portion! Consequently , we ran low on food for dinner, with guests in our house. Will not be ordering from China Garden again and will be recommending others against it as well. Not to mention that the food was very mediocre quality in looks and taste. e.g. The paneer (cottage cheese) seemed to have just been cut and dropped into the Szechuan sauce, rather than cooked in it.
Have you ever wondered about the origin of some classic dishes that one takes for granted today? Take chicken Manchurian for example. Not many people know that this classic Chinese dish, which you see on practically every Chinese menu, was brainstormed by one Nelson Wang in Bombay in the 1970’s. The man in question was responsible for changing the face of Chinese food in India and today runs with his children, a popular restaurant in New Delhi. A branch of the Bombay original, ‘China Garden’ is counted as one of the best places to enjoy authentic Chinese fare in New Delhi. The restaurant is situated in the posh M Block market of Greater Kailash (GK) 2 in South Delhi and revel in its fantastic location. The place is sought after, make a reservation.
The owner Nelson Wang takes deep interest in the food at his restaurant and can be seen strolling through the dining room on occasions to keep a check on quality. Food is authentically Chinese but if you prefer the desi version of it then inform the chef, he will be happy to oblige. For not so hefty prices, one can enjoy great high quality Chinese food here. Give their bar menu a skip and opt for house Chinese tea for a change. The food menu is wide enough so begin immediately with, fried vegetable wontons, aromatic honey smoked pork, bacon wrapped prawn, vegetable squab and pork spare ribs. Savour the main course of, asparagus in white pepper sauce, spicy ginger lamb, aromatic honey smoked pork, Korean butter chilly garlic fish, red china garden curry, stir-fried Chinese greens, crispy chicken sweet & sour and four seasons golden prawns in mango sauce.
The menu of China Garden is pretty wonderful and brimming with a plethora of delicious choices. There is a lot to discover which will take more than one visit. The interiors of China Garden are exotically designed with deep red walls and Asian wooden chairs flanking small round tables. A separate dining area is created for diners looking for a bit of privacy. To infuse the oriental touch several key elements are added in form of tea kettles, Ming vases and a lovely Chinese painting. For moderate prices one can enjoy quite a feast at China Garden.