A Culinaire Paradise in West Delhi

 

By Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma

Delhi is famous for its food and I would be lying if I don’t admit that my prime reason of going to the city is to eat and eat and eat. So, I have eaten in most parts of Delhi and NCR, but West Delhi was a section where I have not really ventured into. While I do have family in that area my eating out have been restricted to other areas of the capital. However, last time when I was in Delhi I got to eat at Radisson Blu Paschim Vihar where I was staying.  When I think of West Delhi I think of Indian food mainly Punjabi and North Indian food. With that in mind I went ahead for my stay at Radisson Blu Paschim Vihar and the only thought about food I had in my mind was that I will be eating gorgeous North Indian food over here. But!! I was in for some delicious surprises!!

At Radisson Blu Paschim Vihar, you will be pampered with choices of food and  might be left wondering where you should have your next meal!

Level 2 is a multi-cuisine restaurant in the second floor of the property. It has been adjudged with Best Global Cuisine by Asia Quality and Entrepreneurship Award. The restaurant is large and spacious with a lot of outside light coming inside making the overall dining experience bright and happy. The spread was beyond my imagination. The starters are elaborate; both are vegetarian and non-vegetarian fares on display. the hotel has been very careful and placing the case with the vegetarian food separate from the nonvegetarian food so that vegetarians can pick their food without actually being around non-vegetarian food. There is a live counter for Indian street food. On Sunday is the restaurant has a carnival where their hours weather is magic show for the children I live bands and that music for the other guests.

(C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
(C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
(C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma

ORO, the bar

Radisson Blu Paschim Vihar’s bar is called ORO which means gold and the decor has been planned keeping that in mind. Classy, comfortable and upscale, the vibe at ORO is young and perky. The staff behind the bar is deft and innovative with the potions, and shake up some wicked drinks in minutes. The kitchen staff at the hotel is dependable wherever you eat and they cooked up a storm of delectable starters here as well. I spent a leisurely evening

(C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
(C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
(C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma

Indyaki

Executive Chef Vikas Pant had taken to the live kitchen while he served us starter after starter directly from his cooking range. The food was innovative and quite different from how the same variants are presented at other places. This was one dinner which will remain in my memory for a long time. Never before had I thought chicken would taste good with aubergine, but it did! Never had I imagined that if Chinese friend rice is mixed with coconut milk, the result would be a spellbinding burst of flavours inside my mouth. Chef Pant had me floored with his skills and for once I wish my diet was larger than what it is. We had to cut the dinner short because while there were more dishes in the planned menu, unfortunately, there was no space in our tummies!

(C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
(C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
(C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma

Tea Lounge

Sitting pretty in the ground floor of the property, is the Tea Lounge which boasts of cupcakes as their speciality, and rightfully so! The decor is not your casual tea lounge/cafe kinds. Instead it is quite well-designed and if you ask me, the Tea Lounge makes for an ideal meeting place for entrepreneurs! If I was living close by, I’d be definitely scheduling my meetings her.

 

(C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
(C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma
(C) Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma

So these were four completely different places to hang out with friends and families if you are in west Delhi.

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