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Hardly anybody remembers this, but the Taj Palace was the hotel that popularised dim sums in Delhi in the 1980s at the Tea House of the August Moon. Also on the menu was Peking Duck with all the trimmings. Except that you could not find good duck in Delhi in the 1980s, so the dish was made with chicken instead. The Tea House is long gone and its successor, Blue Ginger suffered from having an ugly room and a cuisine (Vietnamese) that Delhi did not like. Now Blue Ginger is also gone but the room remains roughly the same (new upholstery, though) and the restaurant at the old Tea House location is called Spicy Duck. This time around, they can do real Peking Duck, and it is carved and served at your table with panache. The dim sums are back too, and the menu is all Chinese, though it steers clear of the Sichuan style that made the Taj’s Chinese food famous. This is the food of the overseas Chinese in Malaysia and Singapore, and the flavours are different from those on the mainland; some may be sweeter.
Tired and weary from travel I wanted somewhere hassle free with 'safe' food and little fuss. I got exactly what I needed: place is clean, food really good, solo traveller friendly with attentive (buy not intrusive) staff. No hesitation recommending here.
We ordered Manchow soup and Chilly Chicken and both were outstanding....dint expect this good a food in this part of Delhi! The only part which wasnt good was the service of the waiters.
It's located in the busy lanes of Saraswati Marg, Karol Bagh. It is famous among foreign tourist, it serves alcohol and North Indian Food. Though it is a very small restaurant.
Ordered chicken curry 🍛following waiters advice. Disappointed 😞by the meat it was leg plus scrappings of chicken in curry, not the cheapest meal I've purchased in india but certainly the cheapest tasting.
Really, really spicy... but good. The personal saved my mouth with good rekommendation what will chill my mouth... it is our first day in India and I think I will "harden" in a couple off days. We will definitely come back... service minded serving staff and they arranged a sitting to me an my wife witch preferred.
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