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Delhi’s newest high profile Chinese restaurant has elements of Cantonese, Sichuan and Beijing in it, in exceedingly pleasant settings that overlook the garden. If privacy is your thing, there are a few private dining rooms with attractive themes: one wall, for example, is made entirely from replicas of old coins. In true Chinese fashion, there is a fair proportion of table-side activity. Sauna prawns are actually cooked over hot stones at your table and peking duck is carved at the table: you choose whether you want to assemble your own pancakes or let the servers do it. This is the most popular dining option for the movers and shakers of the city, so do book a table before arriving.
We were staying at the hotel and didn't feel like going out for dinner so we made the excellent choice of going to Shang Palace. Service was excellent, we felt very taken care of. The duck is carved tableside and is incredibly delicious. Their dim sum, drinks and dessert is also delicious and highly recommended. One of the best meals we had in Delhi.
IT is awesome experince suraj and lokesh Are too good best recommened chinese in delhi chef giving is a key of this best chinese cuisine this place is highly recommend
Excellent chinese food & brilliant service by Mohd Sajid, Singsit, Lokesh . Would like to come here again n again & also recommend more friends to visit here
My husband and I went to Shang palace on oct 29. Sanjana and Manish provided excellent service. The recommendations were delicious!! Very clean upscale restaurant. Food was very fresh and excellent quality. Will visit again. Thanks Sanjana for the recommendations!
We really enjoyed our visit to Shang Palace whilst staying at the Shangri-La’s Eros. The food was really interesting, with delicious flavours - we had a spicy crispy chicken dish, king prawns with chilli and some steamed fish in banana leaf, with vegetables and rice. We found the food to be ok value (London prices similar to Hakkasan) but the wine seemed expensive - it was 40,000 INR for a house bottle of white wine. Perhaps this is normal in Delhi but this made our meal expensive overall at 115,000 INR per person. This would make me think twice about returning.
Chinese cuisine finds many enthusiastic takers wherever it goes. No matter how adventurous their palates are, diners seem to adore this particular cuisine famously. So many restaurants have entered into the market to satisfy the demands of the foodies who simply adore Chinese cuisine. A new found restaurant has entered into the market that has captured the interest of the city crowd with its elegance and fantastic Chinese menu that covers a lot of base. ‘Shang Palace’ is the fancy extension of Shangri-La’s Eros Hotel in Janpath, New Delhi. The restaurant is the very epitome of luxury and affluence. It is the famous rendezvous point of the bigwigs of Delhi and a sight of upper crust dining here is not uncommon. Shang Palace is fairly high profile and very much belong in the upmarket gastronomy sector of Delhi.
Shang Palace takes pride in its fabulous menu that trots all over china, handpicking the best recipes from Cantonese, Sichuan and Beijing regions. The menu surpasses all expectations through its flamboyant delicacies that has elements of brilliance in it, crafted out of traditional clever recipes chosen with careful consideration and bound to please every diner. Nibble on delicious appetizers as a start like, lamb pot stickers, mapo tofu spring roll, baby shrimp with chili salt, lightly stewed morel mushroom soup, Shang Palace crispy chicken, shredded crispy spinach, salt & pepper squid with pickled chili, crusty baked barbeque Iberico pork bun and Sichuan asparagus & spring onion pancake. Woo your palate further with an array of mains, stir-fried with black pepper, sizzling clay pot of cod, braised black marbled pork, stir-fried mixed mushrooms, hot stone pot rice and pan fried noodles with Chinese greens.
To accentuate the flavours even further sip on a kiwi tequila or a chilled anunaki, which is a sake based drink. Finally relish a table torched jasmine tea brulee, warm chocolate fondant, poached rice dumplings and sticky toffee pudding as a sweet round off. Shang Palace is designed beautifully with wide sprawling spaces composed well in tones of brown and grey, with red throwing everything in sharp relief. A brightly lit formally styled room welcomes you as you step into this plush classy restaurant. Those in need of privacy will find solace in stunningly decorated private dining rooms, one wall of which is made out of replicas of old coins. Shang Palace is one of the city’s loveliest Chinese restaurant and for good reason.