House of Ming – Taj Mahal Hotel, Delhi

The Taj Mahal Hotel on 1, Mansingh Road, Delhi-NCR, is home to the fabulous House of Ming, a Chinese restaurant.

House of Ming

…a Chinese paining…

China is a vast country with a dense history. The common thread and notion that is still there, is their sense of prestige, their respect for honour and their love for their country. Hidden far away into the landscapes are many little villages who work their fingers to the bone to earn a living and from their earthen hearths, comes the fragrant smoke of their food, cooked with native herbs and spices, effervescent in taste… Over time, as modernisation has set in, as the royal dynasties have faded, China has evolved into one of the most powerful nations across the globe. They have developed in every field and yet their food and religious influence has remained profound. Every Chinese is deeply imbued with their legacy, no matter where they are or who they are. And their food has reached almost all the far ends of the world. In India, eating Chinese is a casual, everyday affair. Chinese cuisine is as common an option as any other native Indian cuisine is to the average Indian.

House of Ming

Steamed Alaskan King Crab

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Chef at House of Ming

Their present Chef specializes in Cantonese and Sichuan cuisines and has signature dishes like Steamed Alaskan King Crab, Steamed Chilean Sea Bass, Pan Fried Scallop in Oyster Sauce and Juicy Crab Bao that are always on very high demand. There are other popular dishes like Wok Fried Singhoi Chicken with Cashewnuts, Crispy Conjee Lamb Beijing Style, Silken Mapo Tofu with Black Bean Sauce, Fried Ice Cream, Spicy Fig with Vanilla Ice Cream, Hargaos, Shrimp Sui Mai and Spinach Dumplings, which you cannot afford to miss if you’re here. To be precise, the House of Ming, is one of the very best Chinese food hubs in Delhi.

House of Ming

Mapo tofu…

House of Ming

Fried Ice Cream

House of Ming

House of Ming

The House of Ming has just had a new look where the Persian blue remains untouched but the furniture and furnishing bears the new glow. Every detail has been taken care of—the crockery is of the signature blue and white hand painted style, the new furniture echo Chinese architecture, although with subtlety, but noticeably.

House of Ming

House of Ming

You’ll quite love it in here if you’re looking for a simple day out experimenting with Oriental food. The ambience is definitely ticked on! To enjoy your heart out and make your experience worth remembering, please visit BookyourTable.com and help us add to your comfort with our value added services, reservations, discount coupons and more!