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A branch of the Michelin-starred London tea house, Yauatcha serves Delhi’s best dim sum in a large trendily-decorated room in the Ambience Mall. You would be mad not to order the dim sum but remember that there are local variations; the famous baked venison puff becomes a chicken puff here! Stick to the cheung fun (rice flour pan cakes) and the other dim sum options and you will not be disappointed. The quality of the main courses and standards overall are excellent.
Ended up at this restaurant on Friday night around 10:50 and the entire restaurant was empty. Not a single table was filled. So the great news is, we had the entire restaurant to us and the service was quick. The food was great as always. We had the baked chicken puff, the prawn cheu fung, the prawn and chive dumpling, friend rice, kung pao chicken and the river sole. The food was excellent, no complaints there. This is my favourite place for desert, the choclate hazelnut mousse is to die for. Really enjoyed the meal, will be back. This restaurant has been hit by the Delhi syndrome, a year back the restaurant were not taking any booking requests and now it is deserted by customers.
Someone highly recommended, Yauatcha for their authentic Chinese cuisine and there I was for a dinner date. The restaurant is located in a corner of the second level of the Ambience mall, Vasant Kunj and has a grey toned, simple yet sophisticated décor. The restaurant was hosting a limited period special menu for the ongoing Chinese New Year which was advised to be ordered by our server. A very well mixed cocktail, CHERRY CHASER was a part of this menu which was a blend of gin, cointreau and garnished with alcohol soaked cherries. Another cocktail we ordered was the LALU, which was quite a refresher. A concoction of, vodka, lychee juice, lemon grass and oolong tea. There was an array of dimsums, too choose from and we made a request to serve 3 different dimsums in a portion which was willingly accepted. CARROT and TRUFFLE DUMPLING and CHICKEN CORRIANDER DUMPLIING were superbly delicious but the LOSTER ROLL was a bit disappointing. For the mains we ordered BRAISED PORK BELLY IN YELLOW BEAN SAUCE and MONTU ROLLS. The pork belly chunks were succulent and the steamed bread to accompany were also soft and flavourful, but as a main dish I expected to be a little more saucy and wet but they were dry. To go along with that we had the TOBAN FRIED RICE which were crispy and tossed with corn? The dessert listing of the Chinese New Year menu was excellent. CRISPY CARAMEL WITH HONEYCOMB ICE CREAM is something for I am certainly coming back to Yauatcha. To describe it is Chocolate mousse covered with a layer of caramel served with a scoop of vanilla. In a nutshell, it was a decent authentic Chinese meal over a nice chit chat with my partner. The desserts of Yauatcha are highly recommended.
An impromptu visit but totally worth the while. Yauatcha is essentially a fine dining restaurant for Pan Asian Cuisine. Dropped in whilst shopping and it wasn't time for a meal hence tried only the starters/dumplings - one veg and 2 varieties of non-vegetarian (both steamed and grilled option). Don't recall the names now but the steamed one was had a purplish hue. The dumplings were no doubt a big change from ones you find at regular Asian restaurants and portion sizes as expected were limited to 3/4 each dish. Did not order any dessert but had a glimpse of what was on display on the way in, everything looked exotic and delish. Spread over quite a huge area, the ambience was pleasing as with all fine dining. the service too was good, attentive staff without being intrusive. They have both A-La-carte and a 4-course set menu which is available only on weekdays. A wonderful experience, would love to visit again for a complete meal.
We visited this place by chance but have no regrets, The restaurant is amazing with nice dishes and service. We were there for lunch so we took there set menu. Started with soup followed by very fresh lotus stem salad. The prawn and chicken dim sums were really amazing. The main course of lamb stir fry, fish,broad noodles and fried rice all great taste.Desert was very nicely presented. Very good experience will visit again with the kids.
I accompanied my wife and two son who as I always maintained are Gourmets and me the gourmand to this restaurant !! I must say there are no regrets. The food was top class and the tastes very delicate. One grouse we had was all the starters, and we ordered four had ONLY 3 pieces !!?? That's a little odd isn't it ? Come on there should be at least four ! The Prawn Cheung Fun we ordered was extraordinary. Also in the main course the Singapore fried chicken noodles was really yum. The Chilli Prawn with Manto was bit of a disappointment since we all felt the prawn was covered with too much batter ? Otherwise the ambiance and the service was top class. One strange thing about the restaurant are the tables. All the table are meant for two persons and if more that that come they join the tables. The table where we were sitting on unfortunately was very uneven and was not expected of a fine dining place. We ended with a Blueberry Pistachio Bar which was very well presented and also tasted good,. Over all a very satisfying meal. Cant comment on the hard drinks because it was a dry day due to the municipal elections, but when i did order a Ginger ale, I got one from the can !!! when i expected something prepared by the bartender who was the least busy man that day !
When it comes to the best Chinese cuisine in Delhi, an epicure is spoiled for choices and enjoys a vast spread of gastronomy that the city has to offer. Some of the places are decades old and still provides the same kind of service and excellence like they have been doing over the years. But there are some new kids on the block too who has managed to grasp the attention of todayâ€™s foodies with their modern techniques capturing the traditional oriental soul. Lately â€˜Yauatchaâ€™ which is a brand of the Michelin-starred London tea house has been dominating the food scene of the city with its creativity and a lip-smacking menu. You will find Yauatcha tucked on level 2 of Ambience Mall in Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. The restaurant is the sister concern of Londonâ€™s Hakkassan and packs the same flavourful punch.
Hakkassan is known for its superb fine dining Chinese menu and Yauatcha takes the tradition further with its equivalent spectacular menu featuring modern Cantonese cuisine. The best way to tackle Yauatchaâ€™s menu is through their dim sums spread that offers the diners a vast never-ending variety. Accompany your meal with a pot of refreshing gourmet tea to enhance the flavours. If you feel like something stronger then youâ€™re in luck. Yauatcha stocks on a lavish bar menu that houses some fantastic wines and other kinds of liquor. Begin with Thai style prawn salad, pan fried satay chicken bun, Chilean seabass mooli roll, prawn & seaweed dumpling, mixed salad with lotus root, crispy duck roll and curry spiced vegetable wonton. Fill yourself with, stir-fry vegetables in asam sauce, spicy wild prawn curry, crispy lamb, jasmine tea smoke organic pork ribs and kung pao chicken.
The menu is varied and offers a lot of wonderful variety. Their sweet course is just as enticing as their rest of the menu. However, jasmine tea cake, mango mascarpone gateau, raspberry delice, milk chocolate praline, tropical cake and religieuse is their hot sellers. Yauatcha is an expensive place to dine but is worth it because of its superb menu and for its stylish contemporary interiors. The furnishings revolve around tones of yellow, olive green, black and off-white, portraying a very modern and elegant picture. The place is ideal for team dinners, family get-togethers and quiet business meetings that requires a backdrop of class and tranquillity. Choose Yauatcha for its affluence, style and innovation.