Get on the Dragon Boat to relish traditional dim sums at Delhi’s Yauatcha
Yauatcha is an exclusive Chinese restaurant which is based on the concept of a traditional Hong Kong dim sum teahouse.
New Delhi: Delhi can undoubtedly be called the food capital and talking specifically about Chinese food, there is no dearth of the good, the bad and the ugly.
Delhities have a thing for Chinese food and keeping in the mind the same, the London based restaurant Yauatcha has now flew to the national capital after setting their foot in Mumbai, Bengaluru and Kolkata.
Yauatcha is an exclusive Chinese restaurant which is based on the concept of a traditional Hong Kong dim sum teahouse, embodying the atmosphere of a congenially vibrant 'chatter shop'.
Located in a secluded corner on Level 2 of Ambience Mall, Vasant Kunj, the "classy" restaurant welcomes you with dim lights and warm smiles from the well-dressed and courteous staff.
Yauatcha is currently celebrating The Dragon Boat Festival which is a unique celebration dating back 2,000 years and is a time to eat sticky rice, drink rice wine, race dragon boats and indulge in festivities with friends and family.
The same has been brought to the tables but with a modern twist.
Foodies can relish on special Dim Sum dishes like sticky rice in lotus leaf with asparagus, sticky rice in lotus leaf with edamame and vegetarian duck or sticky rice in lotus leaf with chicken and prawn or sticky rice in lotus leaf with pork belly and shiitake mushroom among few other dishes during the on-going Dragon Boat Festival.
The limited edition menu of the festival is dedicated to zongzi, pyramid-shaped sticky rice dumplings, alongside a dessert and an exclusive cocktail.
The newly introduced zongzi dishes include different fillings of edamame and vegetarian duck, pork belly and shiitake mushroom among others.
Yauatcha has one of the finest bars in the city which offers the selection signature cocktails.
Wine-soaked water chestnut and mango cake with Sauvignon sorbet from the desert section will satisfy you sweet tooth which will be available to order a la carte until June 30.
The "super-sweet" manager will always be at your help concerned with the dishes or drinks or if you want to dig any information about the restaurant.
The food isn't spicy, nor is it bland, but simply the right shade of authentic and will feed your hungry soul.
Yauatcha is one of the best options to explore a range of never-heard-before dishes and relish Chinese food at its best.