DLF Emporio Mall, Vasant Kunj is Delhi?s most prettiest and expensive mall. No edgy sharp modern design is used here rather the exteriors of the mall is more marble and glass. So the effect is much more stunning. When one get used to seeing a certain kind of designs in malls DLF Emporio Mall comes forth with this traditional yet contemporary outlook. This sophisticated building is designed by the leading architects of the country using Italian marble, burnished wood and gleaming brass detailing. DLF Emporio Mall is quite expensive as it houses a number of luxurious designer brands in apprel and home. Besides a well-established panel of designer brands the mall also has a wonderful range of gastronomic delights in form of restaurants and bars dealing in International cuisines. But the best kind of restaurants are those which has a multi-cuisine menu so patrons can enjoy more variety and flavours.
Though there are many great restaurants in DLF Emporio Mall, ?SET?Z? is their most elegant and most charming addition. SET?Z follows a multi-cuisine menu ranging from Thai, North-Indian, Chinese, Coastal, European and Japanese cuisine. It?s a restaurant of seven kitchens dishing out superb food by brilliant and trained chefs. This visually stunning restaurant is designed with warm inviting colours of wood and glass. The earthy component is reflected in trellised wooden ceiling and a soft golden brick wall yet the effect is glamourous and sophisticated all the way. The best time to go and visit is on weekends or in evenings when the fashionable page 3 crowd descends. As the restaurant is perched on top of the mall it owns a fabulous and exotic outdoor area which is only open on pleasant days. SET?Z is luxurious and expensive so keep that in mind before heading there.
As the restaurant holds seven different kitchens and various cuisines the variety on offer in tremendous. Definitely go for the dim sums, yakitori, traditional peking duck, roasted Turkish garlic chicken, murgh tikke, pizzas, parsley crusted seabass fillet, classic sweet chilli tiger prawn, gaeng massaman curry, teppanyaki, butter garlic crab, mutton stew, vegetable moussaka, spinach ricotta cannelloni, almond crusted new Zealand lamb chop, river sole wolfberry light garlic sauce and ma po tofu in black bean sauce. Their dessert section is as exceptional as the mains. Keep an eye out for caramelized walnut ice cream, napoleon pastry and parsi kulfi.