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The Manor

New Delhi

Breakfast is served between 7 and 11 am in the main restaurant, if you choose to dine in-room you pay extra for the privilege. The menu isn’t elaborate but it’s well prepared, taking in freshly cut fruit, juice, breads and cereals, organic eggs cooked to order, and one Indian dish that changes regularly.

At lunch and dinner, the dining area becomes Indian Accent, the fine-dining restaurant rated the best in India and in the top three in Asia. Chef Manish Malhotra is the star of the show; his modern, endlessly inventive interpretation of Indian cuisine has won him and his kitchen accolade upon accolade, and deservedly so. The restaurant remains packed every night so it’s essential to make a reservation if you plan to dine here. Otherwise, there’s a very decent room-service menu that you could have delivered to the privacy of your room.

If you tire of the food at Indian Accent, you could always hop over to Zehen where a separate kitchen rustles up incredibly healthy and tasty organic meals.

It would be madness to stay here and not dine in the restaurant at least once.



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We sampled the six-course, wine-paired tasting menu at Indian Accent; it was one of the best meals we’ve had anywhere – the food a delicate and balanced take on Indian cuisine, combining both national and international ingredients with stunning ease and imagination, turning even an ordinary black dal into a scrumptious work of art.

Sample dishes include: Meetha Achaar Chilean Spare Ribs, Tandoori Bacon Prawns, Rice Crusted John Dory Moilee (which brings the whole of Kerala into one mouthful), Bajra Parmesan Khichdi, and a cleansing pomegranate and churan kulfi sorbet served in a miniature pressure cooker.

Dining nearby

The Manor is a five-minute car ride to the New Friends Colony Community Centre market, home to an array of restaurants with cuisines ranging from Mughlai to Thai and Japanese. Though most restaurants cater largely to the local residents’ tastes, there are a few like Tamura, the traditional-seating, properly authentic (and very reasonably priced) Japanese restaurant that attract a large expat Salaryman crowd.

Ego Thai is an old establishment from the 90s when Delhi’s culinary scene was slowly expanding; it was one of the first places in the city to offer authentic Thai food and it’s still going strong.

Otherwise there’s Yum-Yum Tree with a wide-ranging pan-Asian menu, and Nathu’s for reliably good Indian like chaat and dosas.

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