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Tucked away from the hustle bustle of Lodhi Colony; this restaurant serves delicious Pan Asian delicacies. Quirky interiors with the splash of red colour all over the restaurant, wooden polished comfortable furniture and ambient lighting give a fun vibe to the place. The cost-effective menu gives you a reason to order your favourite dish without giving a second thought to it. Some of their must-have dishes are 'Spicy Chicken Dumpling', 'Pork Char Sui Bao', 'Salmon Sashimi', 'Cheese Lumpia Rolls', 'Smokey Bacon Wrapped Prawns' and 'Mapo Tofu'.
This has become a regular family dinner party spot for us. They have the most brilliant food and a lovely atmosphere with a fantastic white wine drink (the name of which im now forgetting!) . The pork,lamb etc are cooked to perfection.
Located in one of the most expensive areas in the city, the place offers a great variety of healthy Asian Street food, it had great decor with the tiniest and inexpensive of things yet very symbolic and theme friendly. The place has multiple led based billboards, giving some funny messages, have street lights in it to give a street food theme.On the first floor they had added a twist while going upstairs you will see a small barber shop in the restaurant and that's totally intentional with all the necessary goods used by a barber, on the other gate is the entrance of place there it has a rooftop experience without a rooftop, it had rice bulb lights all over to make them show like stars, grass as the floor it's simply amazing.The service staff is great and courteous they know the its and bits of the menu by heart, they suggest you great items if you are confused between the huge variety they have. We went there in a group of 4 friend and took eating to a next level, there were both veggie and non veg people in the group.Food items orderedMVF- MOST VALUABLE FOOD1. Sweet corn soup veg2. Tom kha soup veg (MVF)3. Chilli baby potato4. Bite size corn fitters5. Dry chicken with pepper and soya6. Wok tossed dynamite shrimp7. Gomai Salad8. Philadelphia cream cheese dimsums(MVF)9. Peking chicken dimsums10. Exotic veg in hot bassil soup with sticky rice12. Veg hakka noodles13. Vegetable teriyaki with sticky rice (MVF)14. Crispy honey noodles (MVF)15. Coconut Jaggery ice cream16. Ramen chicken17. Diced chicken in Black beans with noodlesStarting with soups, we tried the sweet corn soup it was good the texture was awesome, flavors were very strong yet low on spices and should try it again.Tom kha veg soup, it is worth every penny you must taste it to feel the authentic asian flavors, the dark texture of the soup was both yummy and mesmerizing to look in, a bowl is not enough to eat once you take a sip of it as it gets you into the trap of it's taste and make you think why to eat anything else and why are there other soups in the menu or even out there.Coming to the appetizers, the baby chilly potato were really good the small potato were really crisp and dipped in vegan sauce, the size was eat with chopsticks, and yes I totally ate my entire dinner with chopsticks took a lot of time but totally worth it.The Philadelphia cheese dimsums were the best dimsums I ever had in my life, looking like spring onion the mini size was very cute to look and was literally asking to get it eaten straightaway, once in mouth it was not just a dimsums they were mini cheese bombs, it went in my mouth and the molten cheese filled in it gets everywhere in my mouth that was an experience to take to the grave and can be eaten again and again.Bite sized corn fitters, as the name suggest were "corn k pakode" with a lesser oil content to justify the healthy word from the motto. The outer covering of the fritters were crispy golden, super hot outside and hot inside, overall the taste was good here too.Main courseVegetable in basil soup were average and could have been better with more boiling of vegetable to get the vegetable stock better, the sticky noodles and hakka noodles were worth it and the vegetable teriyaki was something to kill for that's the Savior of the main course and totally worth it, it's a must eat main course option and best eaten with sticky rice using chopstick. There is something I want to pick from my friends point of view "skip chicken ramen". But the vegetable teriyaki was the heart and soul of all of it.DessertsThe crispy honey noodle might sound funny but the taste of it and the crispiness achieved is on another level, served with a topping off vanilla ice cream the taste and the presentation was really good, we literally had a fight that who gets to eat more of it and best way to eat was to eat it just plain if you have given it some time to cool off, but if it's still hot then what can I say it's better than gulab jamun with ice cream, it's hot and cool with a Crispiness to it what more can you ask for. The coconut ice cream was also good and worth a shot.Overall the place is worth every penny and must go for all.
This beautiful little cafe is situated in the best part of delhi - lodhi colony. Been here couple of times, coz the food is excellent and so is the peach sangria (must try). The ambience is warm and friendly. In addition, it’s a situated in a quiet neighbourhood market away from the city madness (while being right in the city centre), which makes parking a breeze (a huge plus considering the parking problem in delhi). A must visit !! Although the pricing is a bit steep considering it is not a fine dining restaurant.
Ping Cafe located at Lodhi Road, is one of the most amazing places to try Asian Cuisine. They have worked quite hard on their interiors, and it would reflect as soon as you step into the place. They have a quite varied from both the Vegetarian & Non-Vegetarian.They had some amazing salads, which can be followed by some amazing dim sum & desert.They have bar as well where you can try some amazing Cocktails.A recommended place with friends for a lovely evening
We had not been to the Lodhi Road Market—which has for many years boasted of some of our favourite restaurants—for a long time. This time, in the vicinity on a Sunday afternoon, we decided to check out the area and see if there was anything exciting. We found Ping’s, tucked away at one end near Frazer and Hawes. Ping’s décor is quirkily charming: red walls, dozens of handwritten post-its stuck on the wall, neon lettering, soya sauce in a small cat-shaped porcelain container in the table. We got a sofa-and-chairs table right next to the window, which our toddler loved because she could look out onto the street all through our meal!The food is eclectic when it comes to cuisine: there’s all sorts of East Asian food here, from nasi goreng to bibimbap, from red curry to kung pao chicken. We chose a starter (wok fried pork belly), a mains (teriyaki meal in a bowl, lamb—though is is also available in vegetarian and chicken versions), and a salad (spinach gomae) to go with the mains. The spinach gomae was mentioned as including chilli oil; since our toddler would be eating it too, we asked the waiter to pass on instructions to the chef to lessen the chilli if possible. We also ordered a Vietnamese iced coffee for me and a Thai lemongrass cooler for my husband (and our daughter, who loves sweet and cold drinks). While our food did take about fifteen minutes to arrive, when it did, it came pretty much all together—which was not quite what we wanted. Here’s my take on all that we consumed:Vietnamese iced coffee: Nice and refreshing, not too sweet and not too bitter. It came looking very pretty too, what with the condensed milk at the bottom and the coffee at the top. Thai lemongrass cooler: Lime, sugar, crushed ice, lots of crushed lemongrass and some herbs (mint, I think, though it could have also included basil—I’m not sure). All three of us loved this: it was delicious. Wok-fried pork belly: Thin slices of succulent pork belly, the fat just enough to make it unctuous but not overpoweringly fatty. I liked the sear that made this slightly crisp on the outside. The thin slices of orange on which this was served was nice, too: it may have been just meant as a garnish, but it was appreciated as a counter to the richness of the pork, and our toddler loved it anyway.Spinach gomae: Very fine steamed spinach dressed with a creamy sesame seed and soya sauce dressing. There was a little bit of chilli in this, but not enough to put off our toddler—and, though the thought of chilli oil in gomae didn’t appeal to me, I’ll admit that it worked well. Lamb teriyaki meal in a bowl: Thinly sliced lamb, sticky rice, egg, broccoli, and some more green vegetables. And lots of dried red chillies. This was the only dish we didn’t like—and that was mostly because we ordered this under the (obviously mistaken) impression that teriyaki isn’t spicy. We hadn’t noticed red chillies mentioned on the menu description, and since I’ve never had teriyaki with red chillies, we thought this would be appropriate for our daughter. Even after we’d tried to pick out all the red chillies, it was still too spicy for her, and she had to be more or less content with eating the gomae and the starter. Sticky banana pudding: We hadn’t intended to have a dessert, but this sounded good. And it tasted fabulous, too: a large cube of a very light and moist banana cake (topped with slices of banana too) and served with a dollop of coconut and jaggery ice cream. A fantastic way to end the meal. Service is average, but one good innovation is that they have something similar to an airline’s ‘summon an attendant’ system: beside each table is a light switch; flip it and the bulb hanging above your table comes on, alerting the wait staff. Much more convenient and effective than trying to catch a waiter’s attention. We paid just a little over 2,700, including taxes and service charge, for our meal. Expensive, yes, but other than the teriyaki, a meal I enjoyed.
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