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Baan Thai
Price: Rs1600. Beer: Rs275
Baan Thai offers exquisite Thai cuisine– some of the best in Delhi – served in fashionable surroundings. The ingredients are fresh and the sauces light yet pungent. Vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes offer diners the customary favorites, including papaya salad, spring rolls, crisp vegetables, mushroom cake, fish cakes, tofu, satay and prawn sticks. Diners at this restaurant in The Oberoi hotel sit on the floor with their feet in a pit under the table. There are, however, standard tables and chairs for the less adventurous.
The Oberoi, New Delhi, Dr Zakir Hussain Marg, New Delhi
Tel: (011) 436-3030. Fax: (011) 436-0484.
Email: reservations@oberoidel.com
 
House of Ming
Price: Rs2000. Beer: Rs250
House of Ming, in the Taj Mahal Hotel, is one of Delhi’s best restaurants offering genuine Chinese food – distinct from the (delicious) Indian version of it. The dining room is large and the atmosphere delightful. The Seafood is a specialty worth trying, despite the extra cost.
1 Mansingh Road, New Delhi
Tel: (011) 302-6162. Fax: (011) 302-6070.
Email: trn.delhi@tajhotels.com
 
La Rochelle
Price: Rs2500. Beer: Rs275
Attached to The Oberoi hotel, La Rochelle is the finest French restaurant in Delhi, with prices to match. The chef has created an authentic French menu that will excite the most jaded palate. specialties include tart of escargot, pan-roast rack of lamb roasted morel mushroom, and pan-fried trout meuniere. It also has the most interesting wine list in Delhi, although a bottle of moderate 1999 claret costs Rs3000.
The Oberoi, Dr Zakir Hussain Marg, New Delhi
Tel: (011) 436-030. Fax: (011) 436-0484.
Email: reservations@oberoidel.com
 
Marsala Art
Price: Rs1300. Beer: Rs270
The joy of the new Marsala Art in the Taj Palace Hotel is the ‘Instant Sketches’ menu, the soi disant ‘interactive’ Indian eating experience. customers sit at a bar, behind where the chefs cook. There are three set menus– seafood, vegetarian and non-vegetarian – each with ten small dishes. Diner and chef can discuss the courses as they are served. The dining room is modern and simple, the food delicious.
The Taj Palace Hotel, 1 Sardar Patel Marg, Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi
Tel: (011) 611-0202. Fax: (011) 611-0808.
Email: palace.delhi@tajhotels.com or trn.delhi@tajhotels.com