About DLF Mall of India, Sector 18, Noida, Delhi NCR
The mall remains open between 10 am to 10 pm every day, so schedule your visit around that time. To make your way a little easier the mall has thoughtfully divided 5 zones over seven floors. The lower ground floor is dedicated to hypermarket, home & lifestyle, electronics and services. The ground and first floor captures cafes, international fashion, footwear & accessories and beauty, while the second floor sticks to ethnic fashion, salon & spa, cafes and Indo-Western fashion. Third floor is a dining haven with an assortment of restaurants and pubs. For extended gastronomy go to the fourth floor where you can visit food court, restaurants, indoor entertainment and cinemas. Sector 18, Noida gets its own metro stop so hop on a metro or take a cab if you plan to exhaust your credit card.
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About Pan Asian Cuisine
If on a restricted budget and very active taste buds, then go head towards ‘Mamagoto’. This popular chain of restaurants excel in Pan Asian fare and cooks them to perfection. Easy on pocket and quirky to boot this place is cheerful and fun. ‘EEST’ of The Westin Hotel is ruled by three masterchefs who are trained in their cuisines and are known to prepare them most authentically. The Japanese, Chinese and Thai cuisines are given the equal treatment here and are encouraged to shine through. Chef Raymond Sim presides over the mantle of ‘R.E.D’ at Radisson Blu, and has been for years impressing his regulars with his sensational Singaporean chilli crab, coffee pork and prawns with oats. The personal attention the chef lavishes on his guests by talking to them is nice. ‘Rice’ is Radisson Blu Dwarka’s popular Pan Asian restaurant and is the local families go to place on weekends so book previously to avoid difficulty. Décor of brass faux lamps on the ceiling is stylish and adds an extra touch to the room. Tip: The regulars adore their sliced chicken with celery and bamboo shoots.
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