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Located in Green Park, New Delhi, The Clay Oven is a casual dining restaurant that serves authentic North Indian, Mughlai and Chinese cuisines. The interiors are rustic and depict a 90s theme; there is a gramophone, a chest and faded wooden cabinets showing the passage of time. Some of the dishes that are a must-try are ‘Peshawari Raan’, ‘Rarra Chicken’ and ‘Dahi Ke Kebab’. They also serve hot and spicy Chinese delectable; ‘Drunken Chicken Salad’ and ‘Chilli Chicken Hakka Dry’ to name a few.
The area around Green Park is gradually developing a nice selection of restaurant options and The Clay Oven is probably at the top end of the choices available. Situated in the Park Residency Hotel its an easy walk from Green Park metro station. They offer Indian food all day but also have a Chinese menu from 7pm in the evening. There are a range of traditional and less well known tandoor options and they also serve alcohol. Its a little expensive but probably a reflection of the fact its in a hotel.
Clay oven is one place where you get authentic Old Delhi recipes in New Delhi environment, along with the luxury of fine dining. Staff here is very helpful, dishes are authentic and many of them are not served in most restaurants. Delicious preparations. It is worth going inside the lane and satisfy the craving for authentic north Indian delicacies.
Wonderful modern Indian decor, great service and very tasty tandoori food and main dishes. The portions seemed pricey but were very generous and the waiter recommended we stop adding dishes to our order! All delicious!
The Clay Oven at the Park Residency Hotel has been aptly named. It has a wide range of really great tandoori items. The ambience has been very well thought of with wooden beams on the ceiling and a large comfortable area for diners. There are also large curved tables for bigger groups. Service is pleasant, courteous and helpful. We were 10 ladies to lunch on a weekday and with soft drinks , appetisers , mains and desserts it came to about 750 per head. There are about 5 stairs leading to the restaurant in front but for those unable to climb, there is also a rear entry.Definately worth a second visit.
I was here after a longtime and i was disappointed to be here this time because the food was not upto the mark what it was earlier use to be. I am sure i am not going to come to this restaurant again.