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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.
Mr choy is centrally located in New Delhi’s khan market . It has great dimsums and also great noodles .
I go to India a lot and can get really tired of the cuisine after weeks on end. In the past decade I've been pleasantly surprised (...actually, ecstatic) by the rise of excellent Chinese restaurants in the city. One - Side Wok - is in Khan Market, where the choices are endless and ever-changing. But this time around I also checked out Mr. Choy, lured in by a menu of Dim Sum, which I love.I actually went on three separate occasions within a span of 10 days, I was so thrilled t discover the place. They have some fine cocktails too...For Delhi it's definitely luxury prices, but everywhere in Khan Market charge a lot. Still, at least you get what you pay for, and I eagerly await my return next year.
The ambiance is good with different setup and People serving is also very nice. Don't forgot to try the Draught beer Hogarden which was one of the great beer you can taste
Ho hum, you'll say, another Asian joint among many !! So what else is new ? Well I think the difference is in the Dim Sums, warm and cozy ambience and a very pleasant staff. The female staff we interacted with was demure and soft spoken and very helpful. She even took time to explain to us the ingredients of one of the sauces. The petite staff were in stark contrast to the hefty looking cooks behind the glass screen going about their task with gusto! We ordered Four seasons vegetarian Dim Sums. The outer coating was as delicate as a butterfly's wings !! It melted in our mouths. Next was Vietnamese Rice paper rolls with chicken and lemon grass with a delicious sauce that contained a rainbow of flavors. The Drunken noodles were delicious -warm with the right amount of herbs and spices. They reminded me of a fire place on a cold February night. The dim lights and decor of the place added to the dual-consciousness feeling. However, Mr. Choy's Special noodles were disappointing. They were a bit dry, doughy and not warm enough. Tasted the Black Bean sauce for the first time and felt that I needed to acquire a taste for it. For dessert we tried Caramel Coconut Custard, which was just the right texture and had well balanced sweetness and coconut flavor. The Tender Coconut and roasted Almond Ice cream was light on the stomach, with moderate amounts of sugar and cream.Would definitely want to come again and try some more dishes.
mr choy in khan market has some amazin selection of dimsums and noodles. Must try if in khan market.
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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.