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Once upon a time, this restaurant, high up in the Lalit, used to be the Blue Elephant, a branch of the Belgian chain and one of India's first Thai restaurants. Then the Lalit moved its Chinese restaurant up to occupy the space and it has had no cause to regret that decision. Though much of the Lalit's food is now world class, this restaurant is slightly reminiscent of the old days with chefs who have been here for 15 years. But, what do you know? It works! The restaurant makes money.
Woks at the Lalit New Delhi is a cozy place which offers yummy oriental food. The service is superb and ambeince great.
We ate here last night, ordered spring rolls, fried rice, lamb dish and vegetables. The food was okay, there was no ambience as we were sitting in a hotel corridor.. and the prices were incredibly expensive! We are visiting from Australia - the total bill came to $150 Australian! The spring roles alone were $20. We will never eat here again.
Most amazing chineese food ever had... "Sanjay pal" amaing staff Had a wonderful experience Amazing staff Very co-operative Loved it!!!!!!!!!
Very tasty! Server (didn’t catch his name) was helpful in clarifying the menu to order a carb alongside a veggie/sauce and then optionally share family style with the table.
Really good restaurant, have to say i was impressed when i was expecting average and it was way better than that. the naan variety is a speciality and worth going for the selection baskets
This restaurant was earlier Indiaâ€™s first Thai restaurant but The Lalit shifted its Chinese restaurant to its place and has had no reason to regret its decision. The restaurant has gained popularity with gastronomes looking for comfort Chinese food in great ambience. â€˜Woksâ€™ is located on the top of The Lalit hotel basking in the prime location of Connaught place, New Delhi. The customers invade the restaurant filling it up at dinner time occupying the already busy tables. Many go for delectable food but there are fair percentage who show up for the view. Overlooking the beautiful architecture of Lutyenâ€™s Delhi the restaurant offers the patrons clear unbarred view of the city. The restaurant itself is wonderfully decorated with Chinese effigies and a small bridge transporting you to the sitting area. There is much to love about Woks. Room is dimly lit pleasing the intimacy seeking couples and families. Staff is pleasant and friendly treating you with utmost respect.
Go to woks for comforting Chinese food. The Punjabiness of the dishes can be rectified if you ask nicely. The Chinese food comforts the soul and chefs at Woks prepare them expertly. The chefs of Woks have been working here since 15 years and knows how to please the customers. Dim sums are staple of Chinese so itâ€™s only fair that you start your evening with them. Succulent fillings like prawn/chicken siew mai, steamed sole in banana leaf, pan fried corn & leek dumpling, steamed duck, chicken kothe, spinach & mushroom are available. Starters such as, lobster with Szechwan pepper, crispy fried spinach & corn, pink salmon with crushed peppercorn, crispy tai-chi chicken, crispy fried okra with pepper & salt, king prawn with spring onion & pepper salt, vegetable spring roll, spicy fried pork spare rib, golden fried prawn and crispy fried lamb with sesame seeds, will entice you endlessly.
Warm yourself on cold winter evenings with aromatic soups such as, chicken manchaw, smoked black mushroom & seaweed broth, crabmeat & onion soup, tom yum with prawn, chef special wonton and minced chicken with asparagus soup. Try out mains, wok fried prawns with lemon pepper, lobster with spring onion rice wine, peking duck with hoisin plum sauce, stir fried pomfret with three pepper sauce, bamboo shoots in black bean sauce, minced chicken in basil sauce and vegetable dumpling in Manchurian sauce. Woks is an expensive restaurant that ticks all the boxes.