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The Chinese and sushi restaurant on the first floor of the hotel has less-than-inspiring interiors but the food more than compensates. The sushi section has its own seating in a sun-lit section, with unexpectedly good sushi platters. The Chinese chef cooks Sichuan food, of which many dishes have a synergy with the Indian palate. The hot braised lamb with red chillies and Sichuan pepper is a great choice, as are the Peking duck and double-fried pork with chillies. The chef is a master of using spice, but knows when to play it down as well.
Chinese food leads the Indian gastronomy market, following closely after North Indian. To say Chinese food is popular in India is a huge understatement. The cuisine has been ruling the fine dining market all over the country for decades and has hundreds of Chinese restaurants tucked across Delhi NCR. We being a fan leave no chance to try out new Chinese restaurants popping up on the scene and have accumulated a list of long-standing favorites we visit frequently. One name establishes itself on the list for it’s elegant interiors and sublime authentic Asian food – ‘Shanghai Club’. The restaurant is a classy joint saturated in style, flawless service and mind-blowing food. It enjoys a posh roof at WelcomHotel Dwarka, District Center, Sector 10, Dwarka, New Delhi. Shanghai Club is a good place to wine and dine a foreign client.
Climb to the first floor of the hotel, where Shanghai Club is perched for your share of aromatic Asian meal. Flavours are top notch and are as authentic as it comes. Menu forays in the exotic world of Chinese cuisine including a section dedicated towards sensational sushi spread. But before you tackle sushi, order yourself a drink, preferably a house cocktail inspired by Asia. Tom Yam has our vote. Variety is superb. Start wading into the menu through the appetizers like, noodle burrito, lamb & cumin dumplings, tuna salad, sesame crusted beans & asparagus, vanilla apple simmered pork belly and stir-fried Vietnamese calamari. Chase it with an array of mains such as, slow cooked lamb ribs in BBQ sauce, Pad Thai, braised tofu, butter garlic lobster, stewed prawns with seaweed, red Thai curry and chicken with pickled chilies.
Those on a time crunch as opt for ‘built yippee noodle bowl’, where as they can choose their own sauce, toppings and protein. Shanghai Club is open past midnight. The chef churns out late night bowl, available during midnight slot. Keeping with the Asian theme, the restaurant’s final dessert course accumulates several delicious Asian-inspired sweet dishes. Do not miss onto them! Prices are a little hefty but worthwhile. Live music in the evenings keep the guests entertained. They have a private dining area available, in case you are part of a large group. There is nothing exceptional about the décor at Shanghai Club. The look is elegant and upscale but unimaginative. Interiors are kept modern, timeless and minimal. Book a table ahead.