10 Best Pan-Asian Restaurants In Delhi, India

10 Best Pan-Asian Restaurants In Delhi, India
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Janvi Sinha
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Delhi, the capital city of India, is known for its historic monuments, lively nightlife, and excellent shopping spots. It’s also known for its diverse culinary scene. It boasts a large number of restaurants that serve a range of cuisine, including Indian, American, European, and even Pan-Asian cuisine. In fact, there has been an increase in the demand for Pan-Asian fare in the capital. As a result, more and more Pan-Asian restaurants are opening their doors in Delhi, taking its culinary scene to new levels. Dim sum platters, fragrant Thai curries, innovative teppanyaki, or some vibrant sushi, whatever strikes your fancy, you can find it in Delhi. Here’s our rundown of the best Pan-Asian restaurants in Delhi, India.

1. C.I.A Call It Asian

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Posted by CIA - Call It Asiian on Sunday, 4 November 2018

There is a cluster of Asian restaurants in the affluent neighborhood of Greater Kailash (GK), but C.I.A Call It Asian is by far one of the best. Its friendly service and menu, consisting of Chinese, Sushi, and Thai dishes, make it a go-to restaurant for those craving Pan-Asian fare. Their kung pao chicken, asparagus sushi, chili paneer dry, and chicken fried wontons are some of the must-try items on their menu.

In terms of decor, it has a quirky industrial style, with indoor seating that is perfect during cooler months and an outdoor garden dining area for the summer months.

C.I.A Call It Asian

Address: 16 Narmada Market, Opposite Don Bosco School, Alaknanda Rd, Greater Kailash II, Delhi 110019

Website: C.I.A Call It Asian

Opening hours: 12pm - 11:30pm (daily)

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2. Honk

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Honk is an elegant restaurant housed in a luxury hotel, the Pullman New Delhi Aerocity. It has lovely indoor and outdoor seating, but the most exciting thing about this restaurant is its varied and innovative menu, with food inspired by street vendor carts across Asia. You’ll find Japanese, Chinese, Thai, and even Singaporean street-style dishes on the menu. They have 22 variants of dim sum, Asian teas, meals in bowls, and so much more.

Do try the Nanjing style duck, massaman curry, and the ma po tofu with shiitake and kimchi fried rice. The gunpowder tea and sencha green tea are worth trying, too. For a perfect end to a satisfying and splendid meal, order the wasabi cheesecake.


Address: Asset No 02 GMR Hospitality District IGI Airport New Delhi Aerocity, New Delhi, 110037, Pullman Lower Ground Floor, Delhi 110037

Website: Honk

Opening hours: 12:30pm - 3pm & 6pm - 11:30pm (daily)

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3. Neung Roi

Posted by Neung Roi on Monday, 27 February 2017

If you’re craving traditional Thai cuisine, look no further than Neung Roi. This upscale restaurant housed in the Radisson Blu Plaza hotel promises authentic Thai dishes, large portions, and a wonderful ambiance. The menu has delicacies from northern, southern and northeast Thailand, as well as the central plains.

Their pomelo salad, yam pak sod (spicy grilled chicken salad), porpia sod (Phuket-style vegetable spring rolls), and sago pearls in warm coconut milk are some of their noteworthy dishes. There are plenty of vegetarian options also available on the menu, along with an impressive cocktail menu.

Neung Roi

Address: Radisson Blu Plaza, Block R, Mahipalpur Village, Mahipalpur, New Delhi, Delhi 110037

Website: Neung Roi

Opening hours: 12:30pm - 3pm & 6:30pm - 11:45pm (daily)

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4. Tian Asian Cuisine Studio

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Nestled in the ITC Maurya Hotel, Tian Asian Cuisine Studio lures customers with their top-notch Thai, Chinese, and Japanese food. On the list of their specialties is their chicken salad with Asian herbs, assorted seafood soup, Thai green curry, scallops, and truffle pizza.

In terms of decor, it exudes an elegant ambiance. Think gold, subtle tones and tasteful furnishings that are pleasing to the eyes. It also hosts live music and has a full-fledged bar and al-fresco seating, where guests can nibble on Pan-Asian fare while taking in the surrounding city panorama.

Tian Asian Cuisine Studio

Address: Hotel ITC Maurya, Sardar Patel Marg, Diplomatic Enclave, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, Delhi 110021

Website: Tian Asian Cuisine Studio

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 7pm - 11:45pm; Sun: 12:30pm - 2:45pm & 7pm - 11:45pm

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I am a full-time licensed tour guide living in Agra, India. I received my Regiinal Level Guide certificate in 2007 from the Ministry of Tourism now I have a Pan India license. Before I discovered the tourism industry, I worked in the law, medical and insurance fields. I have a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in Biology and Organic Chemistry. After achieving my Masters of Science in Organic Chemistry, I went to law school. My passion for history and culture led me to my profession today. I still enjoy learning science. I use it to understand the healing power of plants: mainly herbs, fruits and vegetables. My hobbies include collecting postage stamps, coins, paper money, reading, music, and of course, gardening. I also love photography, which I have become very good at. Many tourists have enjoyed my personal sightseeing tours. I enjoy meeting people and showing them my world. My lifelong experiences here, combined with my studies, allow me to help people get to know the real India. If you enjoy learning about this way of life, I am the one to come to! I work mainly in Agra, but will create tours to places outside of the city. While my tours are mostly walking tours around the city, I can arrange for transportation as well. If you need accommodation services, I can provide that too. Traveling to India is not just a journey, but an experience!

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Namaste!! I Take privilege to share about myself. My name is Zeeshan. I was born and raised in the rich history of India, in the Beautiful City of Agra, I had no Doubts to become a Tour Guide because I couldn't stop myself been attracted towards the charm for History & Architecture of monuments located at Agra from my childhood. I Chose to become a Tour Guide to fulfill my Passion & to learn, share about the Customs, Tradition, Culture, History & Architecture of my Incredible Country which has a Unity in Diversity. I am 34 years old and 14 of them I Dedicated as a Tour Guide. I am Educated, Professional, Sociable, Punctual & friendly. I can interest you by presenting interesting facts about India. I always take into account the wishes of my Clients and create individual plans of Excursion. I help my Clients in choosing the Best Stops, Stores, Cafes & transfers. I did my Masters in Indian History (Medieval Period). I believe my Journey has just begun as I discovered an enormous amount of knowledge of History, Architecture & Culture of North India by reading & Travelling So I am very Well Versed to Deliver the Tour just like a local. I consider myself a Professional in this field, I am happy that my clients take their India Tour Memories as an Experience to Cherish it throughout their lives. In easy words, you can travel with me like an old family friend from India.

5. Chew

#Repost @foodies.delhi @chewcafe one of the best cafe in the town . . . . #foodie #food #goodfood #foodblogger...

Posted by Chew - Pan Asian Cafe on Monday, 23 October 2017

Chew is a much-loved spot with locals and foodies alike. A fusion of Asian food is served against a chic backdrop here. Decorative art and tilework and wooden furnishings are prevalent throughout, making for a refined atmosphere. Some of the highlights on their menu include chicken teriyaki, Shanghai chicken dim sum, pad thai, and the uramaki roll. Finish off your meal with their delicious tiramisu.


Address: M16, Connaught Cir, Block M, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Website: Chew

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 12:30pm - 11:30pm; Fri - Sat: 12:30pm - 12am

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6. Mamagoto

Posted by Mamagoto on Sunday, 3 November 2019

Mamagoto has been offering authentic Southeast Asian fare in a stylish yet informal environment for over a decade now. It has a quirky industrial look with Asian pop art adorning its walls. Coming to the food, it is particularly known for its one-pot meals. Besides this, you will also find Indian-style Chinese and Asian food here.

Do try their Chiang Mai curry, kung pao chicken, pad Thai noodles, and street-style chicken satay. It also has an impressive and refreshing list of mocktails and cocktails, including some home-made fusion drinks to go with your meal.


Address: No. - 53, Khan Market, Rabindra Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110003

Website: Mamagoto

Opening hours: 12:30pm - 11:30pm (daily)

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7. Chi Asian Cookhouse

Dimsums galore. Every Sunday at our SDA Market restaurant! #ChiAsianCookhouse #SDA #SundayBrunch #PanAsian #Dimsum...

Posted by Chi Asian Cookhouse on Thursday, 30 January 2020

With street food from Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Singapore, China, and Japan, Chi Asian Cookhouse brings a taste of Asia to Delhi. Their Sunday brunch is quite a hit among residents. Other crowd favorites include their dim sum platter, traditional vegetarian wok dishes, chi classic Hong Kong noodle broth, and Ikan bungus. There’s also a full-service bar on site, with drinks that will perfectly complement your delicious meal.

Besides all this, everything in this restaurant is colorful. The wooden furniture, yellow light fixtures, and multicolored walls create a youthful and fresh atmosphere.

Chi Asian Cookhouse

Address: C-1, Commercial Complex, Opposite IIT Main Gate, Safdarjung Development Area, New Delhi, Delhi 110016

Website: Chi Asian Cookhouse

Opening hours: 12pm - 11:30pm (daily)

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8. Plum by Bent Chair

Posted by Plum by Bent Chair Delhi on Sunday, 3 November 2019

Time and time again, this lovely dark pink restaurant crops up on people’s Instagram feed. It features multi-colored furnishings, green pottery, plants hanging from the ceilings, and the walls are adorned with paintings and decorative art pieces.

In addition to the gorgeous decor, it is also known for being the first experiential dining retail restaurant in the country, which means, you can dine as well as shop here. From wall art and stylish furniture to crockery, everything is available for sale here. On the food menu, there is an impressive selection of Pan-Asian cuisine, including Chinese and Japanese, as well as European fare.

Plum by Bent Chair

Address: No.22, Janpath Rd, opp. Le Meridien Hotel, Janpath, Windsor Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Website: Plum by Bent Chair

Opening hours: 12pm - 1am (daily)

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9. Boa Village

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Posted by BOA Village on Friday, March 13, 2020

Boa Village impresses discerning diners again and again with its delectable Pan-Asian fare. The menu features Korean, Thai, Chinese, and Japanese cuisine. The Asian veg platter is a satisfying starter to share between two and the prawn sushi, dim sum and Thai curry with steamed rice won’t disappoint either.

Drink-wise, there are classic cocktails, wines, long drinks, shooters, and other Asian spirits with fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs. The setting of the restaurant is equally impressive with its chic, modern decor and indoor and outdoor seating. There’s also live music that sets the scene for a memorable dinner out.

Boa Village

Address: 1st Exchange Store Building 13 Civil Lines, New Delhi, Delhi 110054

Website: Boa Village

Opening hours: 11:30am - 12:30am (daily)

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10. Sidewok Restaurant

Food tastes better when you eat it with your family. Sit back , relax and unwind a stressful week. #Sidewok #Sunday #GoodFood

Posted by Sidewok on Sunday, 22 June 2014

Sidewok is an eclectic restaurant with loft-style decor and a warm ambiance. The food comes with the same character – you’ll find delicious Pan-Asian dishes, like momos, Beijing chicken, sushi, pan-fried noodles, dim sum, seafood, and more here. It also offers an impressive selection of cocktails, including classics, whiskey, red and white wine, beer, vodka, and more to enjoy with your dinner.

From the décor to the food and drinks, whether you’re an epicurean or a novice of Asian cuisine, Sidewok Restaurant will not disappoint.

Sidewok Restaurant

Address: 19, First & Second Floor, Khan Market, New Delhi, Delhi 110003

Website: Sidewok Restaurant

Opening hours: 12pm - 12am (daily)

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Relish the Pan-Asian fare in Delhi

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The recent craze for Pan-Asian fare in Delhi has meant even more restaurants have opened recently and today you are spoiled for choice. These restaurants bring the best food from China, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Korea, and other Asian countries to Delhi. So if you’re craving Pan-Asian fare when in the capital of India, check out our above list of the best Pan-Asian restaurants in Delhi.

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