The Best Chinese Restaurants in New Delhi

ECN62X Char siu buns. Dim sum. Chinese dumplings.
ECN62X Char siu buns. Dim sum. Chinese dumplings. | © Simon Reddy / Alamy
Richa Jain

Chinese cuisine has long been a part of Delhi’s eating scene. From a wide variety of dim sums to crispy honey chilli potatoes, you’ll find all your favorites here. With the most authentic taste and quite an appreciable ambience, the city has some of the finest Chinese restaurants where you can go to tickle your taste buds.

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Berco’s

Crispy tandoori chicken drumsticks with mango chutney

One of the most popular Chinese restaurant in Delhi, Berco’s is a go-to place for many food lovers in the city. This is a place where you can experiment with your food, and have it prepared as per your preferences. With great seasoning and flavors, the restaurant serves the best dim sums and hakka noodles. Of the 15 outlets across Delhi, the one at Connaught Place is where you must definitely go. Some of the must-haves here include Singapore style noodles, chicken drumsticks and hot & sour soup. All of them are absolute value for money.

Mainland China

Mainland China is known for serving the most authentic Chinese food in the city – trust us when we say that because it tastes exactly like it’s prepared in China. The aromatic herbs used by the chefs here will make your mouth water in just a few seconds. The restaurant has even won ‘The Best Chinese Restaurant in Delhi-NCR’ award among many others.

Yum Yum Cha

If food porn is what entices you the most, then head straight to Yum Yum Cha. This restaurant is popular not just for its phenomenal food, but also for its exquisitely-styled visually appealing presentation. While you’re here, don’t forget to enjoy their Sichuan style vegetables, lantern chilli prawns and three pepper sticky rice. The ambience is also quite soothing and appropriately done in an Asian café style.

The China Kitchen

With the open kitchen dining concept, the China Kitchen gives you a traditional style dining experience. The restaurant is mainly divided into four parts – the open kitchen dining area, five private designer dining rooms, a tea bar and a wine wall. For first timers to the place, must-haves include Pecking Duck, Beggar’s Chicken, dan-dan noodles, buckwheat noodles, and something from their collection of desserts.

The Golden Dragon

Noodles

This is one of the oldest Chinese restaurants in the national capital and is best known for its delightful service and a uniquely mystical aura. The location of this place is quite unique – right between two bustling roads. Be it a family dinner, night out or date, the Golden Dragon is the perfect place where you can catch up with your near and dear ones. Chicken chop suey, creamy hakka noodles and shredded lamb in garlic sauce are some of the best dishes to try here.

Nanking

If you wish to enjoy your Chinese delicacy in a cozy and comfortable environment, then Nanking is where you need to be. It is a Pan-Asian restaurant that is best known for its delicious food and prompt service. People who dine here regularly, claim that the chefs here do a brilliant job and have well maintained the quality of food for years. Kung Pao Chicken is something you should definitely eat here.

House of Ming

Here, food and ambience blend together perfectly. House of Ming is mostly preferred by people because of the flawless food they offer, that is prepared with top quality ingredients. The cooking here involves two prominent Chinese styles – Schezuan and Cantonese. This is probably the only Chinese restaurant in Delhi that has the most varieties of dim sums. It is the best place to have a full course meal with family and friends.

Dimcha

Dimcha is a Pan-Asian restaurant where every dish is crafted to perfection. Right from sourcing the right ingredients to seasoning the dishes with aromatic herbs and then serving fresh, the chefs here work meticulously to give you a memorable dining experience. The beautiful ambience complements the food. Their prawn dumplings and prawn-cheung-funs are quite amazing.

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