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R.E.D is the in-house restaurant at Radisson Blu, located in Sector 18, Noida. The ambience is classy and exudes sophistication. This fine dining restaurant offers lip-smacking Chinese, Thai, Japanese and Seafood. Relish on the lavish spread and unwind with brewed drinks, red and white wines from across the world. The ‘Chicken Noodle Soup’, ‘Lamb Dumplings’, ‘Seafood Suimai’, ‘Fried Chicken Wonton’ and ‘Chicken Spring Roll’ with sweet chilli dip are must-haves.
Pan Asian food is by far one of the most popular cuisines all over the world and in India it has discovered a special love. This is one cuisine that has fans from all age groups and simple classics like Manchurians, fried noodles and chilli paneer is a staple of every small household party. For adults however, things become a little more complex as they dive into their fondness for a more substantial fare. Pan Asian is one of the only cuisines to have such evident visibility in every city and Noida is no different. For foodies in Noida, ‘R.E.D’ has become almost a mecca of Asian gastronomy and with its perch at Radisson Blu in Sector 18, the restaurant draws quite a crowd of fans. Families, corporates, kids, friends, all fall into their loyal clientele.
For regulars at R.E.D the main pull resides for Chef Raymond Sim who brings his native Singaporean flair to the menu. His cooking is robust and vibrant, a touch you adore with every single bite. The menu tackles not only your expected Chinese fare but Japanese and Thai cuisines as well, paying special focus on seafood preparations. Not a cheap restaurant by any chance, R.E.D carves a niche for itself through delectable food, elegant ambience and flawless service. Pick a nice red from their impressive wine library to accompany your meal and begin with starters like, honey chicken, prawn sui mai, mala hi pien, xinjiapo tongku, Vietnamese pork ribs and Szechwan vegetable dumpling. Make the main course of, lobster in oyster pepper sauce, steamed duck with star anise sauce, lamb randang, mapo tofu chilli bean and Szechwan chi ru.
Toss in a bowl of fried noodles or fried rice to go with the mains. If you are in a rush, ask for their bento box. Sweet course at R.E.D is worth dabbling into. Get your sugar rush with, date pancake, darsan, chocolate mud cake, banana & apple fritters, ice-cream spring rolls and wasabi cream caramel with honey nuts. To match the natural essence of the menu a pleasing warm décor is created. Deep wooden tones are used in walls and furniture to bring in the warmth. Except the open kitchens everything in the room is made out of wood or glass. The look is elegant, inviting and contemporary. A row of glass plate windows pours in the natural light to soften the look.