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A win-win situation for everybody. Basically, such as Augusto Cabrera who worked with The Oberoi, so did Mr. Choy. In their present avatar, both oversee kitchens with the same degree of genius, except that the costs are surprisingly low. Excellent dim sums – hargao, baos, cheung fun and siu mai – can be ordered for Rs 325 for four and the quality will be that of a five star hotel. Service is good too: the staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. The second floor has an open terrace as well as a bar, while downstairs, the first floor is the main dining area with a glass-in open kitchen.
This is a gorgeous looking restaurant, particularly the floor above with the open area. It’s wonderful in the winters. The food is a mix of Asian cuisines. Super dim sums, nice Thai curry. The staff is friendly but not terribly efficient. Yet one would want to return to the restaurant as the overall experience is was good
Nice location and ambiance. Some dishes like the Pork Belly Bao were very unusual. Being a Pan Asian food place there is a wide selection of foods to satisfy ones moods ! Excellent service and happy faces. A bit expensive but worth it.
The experience was wonderful. Went for dinner to celebrate my mother's birthday and absolutely loved the food, decor, service and ambience. To start off, we had the Korean Bibimbap Belgian pork belly and the Japanese style Gyoza. Both were delicious. For the mains, we ordered the Malaysian style ipoh curry noodles and that was the icing on the cake! It was so flavourful and soothing yet light. They dont use MSG so thats another bonus. This is the place to go if you haven't tried it yet.
Located on the first and second floor in the middle lane of Khan Market, the restaurant is a place to visit for good PAN Asian food. The ambiance of the restaurant is excellent and has a full bar. The food is served quite fast after you order. The a la cart menu is not exhaustive but has a fair range of dishes. The dim sims are good and highly recommended. So are the flat noodle dishes. The soup comes an a fairly large bowl and what I had , a Vietnamese curry soup, was very good. I would recommend this restaurant for people looking for good Pan Asian food.
This restaurant in the hotspot location of Khan Market will give you the perfect taste and ambience. Chefs will have the knowledge and will offer the taste of actual Chinese food, and also with variety and flexibility in dishes keeps the eater involved too. Also the interior, sitting, and music will not disappoint you. It is a beautiful place.
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Another Chinese restaurant in the city is always welcome. We being a huge Chinese food lover constantly crave stir-fries and noodles, hence our never-ending hunt for Chinese food. It was recently we came to know about this funky casual place garnering attention for its Asian food so without wasting time we bagged a table at ‘Mr. Choy’. Food bloggers simply adores Mr. Choy for its excellent food and insta-worthy interiors that is responsible for an overworked Instagram. Location of Mr. Choy is a hip one too, i.e. middle lane of Khan Market, South Delhi. It’s because of its trendy vibe that Mr. Choy has become a hot favourite of the foodies. This place is perfect for a lively lunch with friends or a round of drinks with some Asian nibbles in the evenings.
The men responsible for bringing in the talent is Augusto Cabrera who worked with The Oberoi and so did Mr. Choy. They add their genius to the menu by bringing to you five star quality Chinese food for Khan Market prices. Menu amalgamates several Asian cuisines. Other than Chinese; Japanese, Vietnamese, Asian and Thai cuisines are explored here with style. Seafood preparations are out of this world, a must have. Give hard liqueur a miss and focus on house Asian-inspired cocktails. Japanese dragon, western asia, jasmine tea mojito and gracious green are divine. Pair it with, chicken & shrimp siumai, Hong Kong style spare ribs, lamb bao, Vietnamese rice paper rolls, bulgogi and bibimbap. Chef indulges you further with, slow cooked lamb with Asian herbs, wok fried morning glory, Thai green curry, chili garlic crab, drunken noodles and shanghai chicken.
There is something for everyone at Mr. Choy. Do try their hot rock style cooking. The genius of the chef shines through the menu. Polish off the dessert next with dishes like, tender coconut & roasted almond ice cream, custard bao, mochi chocolate, caramel coconut custard, Filipino fruit salad, chickoo & black grapes ice cream and steamed sesame balls with homemade blackcurrant sauce. Music selection is peppy and uplifting. You would adore the playful vibe of Mr. Choy. Colourful vibrant décor spans across two floors, which includes a lovely terrace section as well. Décor is modern and yet casual. Striking Asian pieces brings in a unique quirky charm. Mr. Choy is a fun, lively place, go when you need a pick-me-up.