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A unit of Pullman Hotels, New Delhi, Honk is a multi-cuisine restaurant that capitalizes Japanese, Thai and Chinese cuisines. Supervised by the chef Deepak Malhotra, it is bursting with creativity. They have a nice contemporary setting without and overtly Pan-Asian theme which is full of stereotypical nuances. They have a nice collection of music which not explicitly “Zen-inspired”. The food journey begins with rolls made with asparagus and avocado, ‘Dim Sum’ - a chili bean and radish filling wrapped up in glass noodle pockets, for the mains, one can try their ‘Goong tod Kratiem' - prawns fried with garlic and white pepper or ‘Exotic Asian Vegetables in Brown Chilli Garlic Sauce’. They have set menus named ‘Celebration’ - comprising salads, rolls, dimsums, soup, mains, noodles or rice and a dessert.
Superb experience,food was just amazing as much as service. It was the best decision ever to come to this place. It is a hidden gem in the city. Our table arrangement and all other things were perfectly catered by Ankit. This restaurant is really an highlight of the hotel. It should be more advertised. For sure it is a gem in Dehli.
We were a group of 11 people who visited Honk on 15 September. Had a good experience with the staff. The sushi tasted very nice. The noodle portions were also very good - 3 portions were sufficient for our group. The best dish however was the chocolate caramel peanut parfait, so good we ended up ordering it a second time. My only criticism would be that the lighting in our area was quite poor - not even good enough to read the menu.
Bought a bottle of wine at 49990 IRD, and they brought out a second “recommendation” without disclosing the price, 60990 IRD. and why not a third? Expensive lesson learned! Food was good though, but it may have been because of the wine!
Had a fabulous meal with superb service. Ankit our server went above and beyond to help us throughout the night. We even stayed on for the party hours. Recommend both the food and music to anyone looking for a fun night out on Friday night in Delhi.
Nice service amazing ambiance staff is very helpful and coperative special thanks to ankit for the over welcoming gesture through out our dinner service food is really good must be visiting nxt time
Asian cuisine has undergone a huge transformation over the years and has developed into something more refined and sophisticated, very different from its conventional traditional image. More focus is laid on its way of presentation now and new modern techniques are used to bring the food alive. Textures, flavours and combination, all have become a playground for the chefs, who uses their creativity to re-construct the basics of the cuisine. New Delhi’s aerocity is a major culinary hub, consisting of various excellent fine dining establishments that are masters of their chosen cuisine. For Asian cuisine the most popular choice for dining has always been ‘Honk’, a sought after Pan Asian restaurant that steers clear of conventional stereotype oriental fare. Under the mantle of Chef Deepak Malhotra the restaurant has gained in creativity and has managed to only exceed all expectations.
Pan Asian cuisine is Honk’s forte and they present it quite well with the help of some stunning crockery ordered from Belgian design houses. Without doubt Honk is one of the best dining spaces in Delhi and that is the compliment of the highest order. Honk’s Pan Asian menu covers cuisines from Vietnam, Thailand and Japan, preparing them authentically and still using their creativity to improve them. Opt for the set menu and let the chef woo you with his talent or have more control over your food selection by going a la carte way. Commence the menu through mushroom tempura, stuffed wings with Thai herbs, crispy lumpia roll, softshell crab roll, sashimi, nigri, Vietnamese grilled chicken, edamame and dumplings. Pair some steamed jasmine rice or fried noodles with an array of delicious curries like, massaman curry, braised lamb, Thai red curry, ma po tofu and Thai basil Singapore chili shrimps.
The variety is most impressive and you are bombarded with a plethora of scrumptious choices. Honk keeps a fantastic dessert menu as well to complement its excellent main course menu. Jasmine crème brulee, trio of ice cream, warm ginger cake and caramel chocolate & peanut parfait is decadent. The main dining space of Honk is stunningly designed and gives the idea of affluence and opulence. The elegant dining room is vast in size and wraps around a patch of greenery with tall seamless picture windows. Their interiors are classy, modern and very attractive. Honk is an expensive entity yet it across completely worth it in every sense.