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This is a rich slice of Imperial Oriental elements set in an expansive sprawl. One can either choose to dine in decadence with the familiar Oriental delicacies or savour long forgotten flavours of simpler time. For starters, I loved the spicy pomelo salad, a perfect balance of flavours, though the ‘som tam’ did not match up to standards, it was not pounded as it should be nor was it addictively hot or refreshing. Malaysian satay and the good old crispy konjee lamb are good bets as is the Singaporean laksa of which the gravy has the two main ingredients aka the shrimp paste and coconut milk absolutely right, though I love it with cockles as well. The seabass from the Mei Kun Grill would thrill any palate, juicy, fresh and tender with a distinctly oriental flavour. The decadent wok-fried ‘mee goreng’ popular Asian style noodles, is a must try! I must add that the chef made me an amazing steamed brown rice with vegetables on request. Good wine list and the immaculate service make dining here a total experience.
We landed @ Mei Kun few months back, tried the food there. Believe me, the food there is to die for, especially the "Yam Som O Salad - Pomelo Salad", "Stir Fried Tofu", "Wok tossed Broccoli & Asparagus" with "Mee Goreng - Malysian style noodles". Not to forget the jasmine tea they serve with the food is so relaxing. The service is commendable, thanks to Sharnima, who always help us gain knowledge about variety of items on the menu. Mei Kun is a place for food lovers, with great ambience, impeccable service. After our 1st visit we make sure to visit the place, if not every fortnight, then atleast once a month. Cheers, Sonika
There is hardly any fine dining option in East Delhi. The three restaurants in Kempinski Ambience are few of these. The hotel premise is grand. All the restaurants are on third floor and one side of Kei Mun offers a view. The restaurant is spacious, simple in decor, has a soothing atmosphere with soft music wafting in. We were only guests though it was a Sunday evening. The service was excellent. We were welcomed with cold towels on a hot and humid August evening. The staff was warm, attentive, ready with suggestion yet not overbearing. Food was very good. We opted for Tom Yum Goong soup, Grilled salmon, Mee Goreng (Chicken and egg noodles with light curry) and coconut ice cream. The soup was flavourful, light and spicy to the right degree. The sauce accompanying grilled salmon infused taste and flavour to the bland pieces of salmon and complimented it nicely. Mee Goreng was quite delicious too. Coconut ice cream was another delight with sweetness level being optimum. We were provided complimentary vegetable wanton and papad. Besides, throughout the dinner they kept on serving us jasmine tea. It was a good experience and we are definitely going back for more.
With the launch of the Thai food festival from 10th to 19th July 2015, Mei Kun shoots to one of the best restaurants serving Thai. Chef Kwanruean Saegsitong, popularly known as the travelling Thai Chef from Siam Kempinski Bangkok gives us an authentic of some delectable from her homeland. The four regions of Thailand each hold their specialities as you taste spicy flavours from Isan, hot and salty dishes from Lanna, seafood and fresh produce from South and the mild, subtle and balanced flavours from the Central Plains. The ambience at Mei Kun is typically Buddhist, serene and calm with minimalistic decoration and the starkest of design. Start off with some tangy Appetizers. The Yam Som O (spicy pomelo salad with vegetables) explodes with freshness, slight bit of tang and loads of heat. The Yum Gai Yang is a grilled chicken spicy salad with shredded chicken with a reined in tanginess. The Goong Thod Kratium Prik Thai is the fried shrimp with garlic and pepper while the Kor Moo Yang is a Pork Neck in Thai style. Two non-vegetarian dishes, both loaded with favour. The Tom Yum Goong has always been a favourite of us at Salt and Sandals. The freshness from the prawns with the aroma of the lemongrass, combine it with the sinus clearing heat from the red chillies gives a combination that keeps you coming back for more. The mains are an even more flavourful extravaganza. The Broccoli Phad Prik Kratium (Stir fried broccoli with chilli and garlic) is a surprise element with the broccoli giving a tremendous texture to go with the steamed rice. The Mhoo Phad Prig Thai dum (Stir fried pork with black peppercorn sauce) turns the beautiful pork into a heated masterpiece. But the two most impressive dishes are the Musamun Gai (Chicken in Musamun Curry) and the Pla Kra Pong Rad Prik (Red Snapper in Chilli Sauce). The Chicken Musamun Curry presents a beautiful blend of the textures of the proteinaceous chicken and the starchy potato in an earthy curry while the sweet yet hot sauce combines in a majestic fashion with the Snapper. We end our superlative meal with one of Thailand’s trademark desserts, Kow Neuw Moon (Sticky Rice with Mango). The sweet sticky texture envelopes the sweet acidity from the mangoes while the Kluy Buad Chee (Banana in Coconut Milk) is a beautifully balanced dish with the soft texture of the ripe bananas making a rich sonata with the creamy coconut milk. Come over this week to experience the wonders of Thailand. The special menu starts at INR 1400/1600 + taxes.
We went on a Saturday night and they were running discounts as well - still it was just us all through the 2 hours of the evening we spent there.It's inside Kempinski and their other 2 food outlets were busy. Despite this, the staff was courteous and helpful, suggested great food items and we loved what we tried here. I would call it my no.2 choice in Chinese and Far East cuisine of all the places I've been in Delhi NCR. Slightly overpriced, try going there on deals.
Great Ambience,huge Dining hall,very well decorated,beautiful lay out,best Dining Place with wow taste in East Delhi. Chinese,Thai, Singapore, food is speciality in Meikun resturant.Rendang Chicken just melted in the mouth.