“Chinese food lover? Call yourself lucky because this is all you can know about the best Chinese food places, near and around you!” Chinese food is famous all over the world and it has never failed to match the desire of Indian taste buds as well. Talking about food, one fact can never be kept in ignorance that is the place where you have it. Here we will talk about the best Chinese food places to dine, in your own Delhi!
Once you bump your feet at this Chinese theme restaurant, a Chinese aura might leave you splendid from head to toe. You encounter an amazing Chinese decor on the walls, and the sight of bamboo plants can rejuvenate your senses. Mr. Choy restaurant can be a complete Chinese delight for Asian food ranging from vegetarian to non vegetarian dishes. Prices are in budget. Sweet Prawns (Rs 295), Mushroom dishes (Rs395) and Mr. Choy specials (vegetarian and non -vegetarian vary from Rs 275-395). So get ready for a real fun time with your friends in an all China ambience and some cool music to the background that too all under your pocket!
Khan Market, New Delhi.
The Thai and Chinese food restaurant will instantly arrest you in its aromatic surroundings. The restaurant is perfect for a Sunday family outing. It is one of the rare best restaurants providing a Chinese combo, where you don’t require to puzzle your pronunciation for complex Chinese dish names. Berco’s will charge you the least when it comes to noodles, that too of all variety and essence starting from just Rs 180. Berco’s also cares for their lazy costumers by providing a quick online ordering. The menu is spilled with healthy to hot and spicy variety. All in all, this can be the right place if you look for great variety in food and for a lavish feeling at heart!
Connaught place, New Delhi.
China Garden is one of the accepted restaurants for its eye-catching crockery. So if you also explore places with food, coming to China garden will be no less than a cherry pick for you! The restaurant offers a vast variety of Chinese soups (vegetarian and non- vegetarian) but might not be budget-friendly at the same time. Fried vegetable and tofu costing Rs. 405, seafood starting from Rs. 600 and vegetarian main course from Rs 400. China Garden can be a worthy experience dine if you can ignore the digits confronting the menu items.
Greater Kailash 2, New Delhi.
The small but all in demand, momo’s point is sustaining its food for more than 12 years. Momo’s point has been a fun point for the Delhi University students. The menu offers you cheap Chinese food and snacks with strong flavours. Fried momos are a must try for every youngster at momo’s point. The small street restaurant goes on till 10-11 in the night, so you might take your buddy for a casual evening walk and a plate of momos out here!
Kamla Nagar, New Delhi
Chi Asian Cookhouse
If you are looking forward to a grand weekend and you are crazy for Chinese food and is a sports lover at the same time any place cannot defeat this one in the city! Chi Asian Cookhouse has an amazing and crowded nightlife, fully fledged bar, and live sports screening! The menu will welcome you with a fine variety of Korean and Japanese salad, Chinese meals ranging from Rs 395- 545, vegetarian mains starting from Rs 315 and non-vegetarian mains from Rs 485-1350. So don’t rebel to get a striking weekend this time!
Janpath, New Delhi.
Mamagoto is well known for its delicious food. This Asian tiger theme inspired restaurant holds countless positive reviews. The restaurant offers you a more than yummy food and free Wifi! What else is needed to make your day! The Asian food restaurant is a 10 on 10 in terms of services. Prices are down to earth, all the plates fall under Rs 550.
Khan Market, New Delhi.
Happy Hakka is one of the hottest running Chinese food chains in Delhi, located in all over the city! It’s famous ‘meal in the box’ has ranged from various Chinese exotic combination of Manchurian, curry, noodles, chicken, basil and a lot more. Prices are simply affordable! That means, noodles just starting at Rs 129 and all chicken dishes under Rs 360! Bangkok chilli basil and dragon-fire wings soya are topping the Happy Hakka food trend list!
Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi.
Yauatcha specializes in refreshing teas, starting from green and flower teas and ending at real organic tea from Assam and Orange tea from Darjeeling. Dim sums have an exceptional taste at Yauatcha. The place estimates to be Rs 2100 for two.
Vasant Kunj, New Delhi.
Royal China might take a little more from your pocket but the food and experience are worth spending those bucks! The appetizer starts from Rs 500, seafood from Rs 825. The menu has rich non-vegetarian options, vegetarian sections have a huge variety of fried rice starting from Rs 395 and noodles too just at Rs 550.
Nehru Place, New Delhi.
Yum Yum Cha
A Chinese, Japanese and sushi restaurant is famous for its casual dining. The amazing variety of colourful sushi rolls will totally make your day happen! Starters are offered from Rs 285 with soup & noodles from Rs 485.
Saket, New Delhi.
Wanchai By Kylin
Wanchai by Kylin food truck is known for their crispy Chinese food. The street food prices are all under what you expect. All vegetarian and non-vegetarian items fall under just Rs 100-350.
Golf Course Road, New Delhi.
Momo-mia cooks the most lip smacking fried momos in the city! Momo-mia is an open restaurant which serves Chinese food with prices all under your pocket. The momos range around Rs 120 and other Chinese snacks at Rs 130.
Dilli Haat, Kidwai Nagar, New Delhi.
Qd’s restaurant is one of the most fun places to eat in Delhi, always overhauled with Delhi university students. The restaurant has a fine range of Chinese and North Indian food to serve. The food prices are average and might just cost Rs 700-800 for two.
GTB Nagar, New Delhi.
The Chinese and Thai food restaurant is just another casual dine place. The dishes are inspired by Himalayan and Nepal food styles, which is quite cheap in price. The place might be small for a family dinner but has absolutely unique north-east dishes. Pema’s is estimated to cost no more than 700 for two.
Malviya Nagar, New Delhi.
Now this is what we call a five-star food experience! The luxury dining has a delicious schezwan cuisine. Discussing the prices, starters (vegetarian and non-vegetarian) will cost you around Rs 645-1845. Dim sums are nearly below 600 and the main course starting from Rs 745.
Aurangzeb Road, New Delhi.
Hao Shi Nian Nian
Hao Shi Nian Nian is an absolute hi-fi restaurant with brilliant lightings. Appetizers have a starting from Rs 280 and the main course will range from Rs 420-680 applied for both vegetarian and nonvegetarian. If you have made your mind for Hao Shi Nian Nian, never miss Chef Signature sushi!
Greater Kailash 2, New Delhi.
Ichiban has an endless option for Chinese cuisine. The big menu has various options for both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food seekers! The prices are pocket-friendly. On an average, it might cost 1000-1300 for two!
Pandara Road Market, New Delhi.
Let’s Fork is a Chinese food corner serving an Indo-Chinese food. The prices are extremely low which might not cost you more than 300 for two. Let’s Fork will give you choices for not only in Chinese food but, in tawa biriyani, burgers and in Maggie as well! It is one of the favourite “adda” for college and young squad in Delhi. Hungry? Let’s Fork!
Dwarka, New Delhi.
Now this is what you call a legendary dining! …. the five-star property with a sense capturing food. The restaurant specializes in Chinese and Italian food. ChaoBella has made its rank because of its loaded varieties of noodles, pricing from Rs 650-1000. Expense standard for two comes out to be 3500-4000.
Okhla Phase-1, New Delhi.
Nom Nom is exactly a royal affair! Comfortable seating, live music and a big screening make it a perfect place for family outing. Vegetarian starters are around Rs 450, non-vegetarian from Rs 450-700. Also, the exotic kebabs, yin yang rolls are heart melting Chinese delight. The cost for two is about Rs 3500-4000 approximately.
Chanakyapuri, New Delhi.
So, go grab these places to treat yourself with a real China feast!