The Imperial New Delhi launches new winter menus

The Imperial New Delhi launches new winter menus

Rajasthani Laal Maans The Imperial New DelhiNovember 12, 2015: The weather calls for some rich, deep dishes, and The Imperial New Delhi knows how to address those cravings. 

At Daniell’s Tavern, explore authentic flavors of Rajasthani cuisine as the traditional menu gives you a taste from the land of Indian royals. Feel satiated with the divine and well-known Dal Bati Churma or dwell in the essence of Tangy Gatte Ki Sabzi while the zest and tenderness of all time favourite Laal Maans will leave you asking for more. Finish with delicious Malai Ghevar to experience the true culture of Rajputs and Rajwadas. Costing INR 4,000 for a meal for two, this special menu is available from November 15 to 25 only.

San Gimignano, on the other hand, presents exotic Italian antipasti delicacies. Pair up your selection with cured meats, sausages and fine wines to indulge in a sumptuous fare. Available till November 18, shell out INR 5,000 for two!
The Imperial’s most popular and in-demand restaurant, Spice Route, turns up the heat with some comfort seafood dishes made out of king prawns, squids, lobster and variety of fishes. Epicureans can choose from concept dishes like Mee Goreng - Malaysian style yellow noodle wok fried with mixed sea food, Pla nil Krathiem Phrik Thai - crispy Tilapia fish marinated with fresh crushed garlic and white pepper corn, Luk Shin Thord - Thai fish dumplings served with sweet and spicy sauce flavoured with crushed roasted peanuts and soups like Tom Yum Thalay - spicy hot and sour mixed seafood soup, flavoured with lemongrass, galangal and kaffir lime leaves. Take a detour to this restaurant from November 16 to December 31, and have a luxurious seafood meal for INR 10,000 for two. 

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