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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.
Thia place is beautiful with great interiors and looks so classy. The cutlery was also very pretty. The presentation of dishes was quite impressive. The seving portions were good. The dimsums, rice, vegetables were very delicious. The staff was friendly and cooperative. The caramel icecream topped with caramel popcorn was great. The litchi ice cream tasted so awsome... Overall great experience.. Worth visiting again.
Went to Shangs palace for dinner for wives bday (with lot of expectation). The ambience was great especially the lobby of the hotel considering that I was going there after it changed from earlier Kanishka. The food was very good but didn't breach any taste barrier may be because of us being used to the indian Chinese palate. The service was impersonal and did not make us feel special which should generally be a hallmark for luxury hotels. The ingredients used were fresh and authentic. Portion size sufficies for two moderately eating individuals.The experience left us light on the stomach (in a good way)and pocket.