Ten-Second Takeaway

Epicuria’s new second floor is currently home to only a few restaurants with Dimcha being one of the first to open. Expect an array of dim sums, curries, stir fries and meal bowls.

Chow Down

Spicy Prawn Dim Sum, Steamed Fish in Thai Herbs, Hakka French Beans

Sip On

Kiwi Mint Cooler

Winning For

The simplistic decor with pretty lights and cutesy elements like the miniature Coke bottles holding the various sauces.

Lowdown On The Ambience

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Away from the hustle bustle of the food court, Dimcha occupies a corner of Epicuria’s second floor, right next to Lord Of The Drinks. The entrance is understated and the space is prettily done up with white chairs and tables and fuchsia tea light holders.

You have a clear view of the open kitchen from most of the tables; always good to see how your dinner’s being prepared. There’s also a small outdoor area in case you want to step out for some air.

What’s On The Menu?

Dimcha has a small yet interesting variety of soups and have even converted the khao suey into a soup – still comes with burnt garlic and all the other accompaniments.

We think it’s a must to start with the dim sums here. Some of our favourites include the black pepper duck, the chicken hoisin and the red-skinned spicy prawn dim sum. Served in traditional bamboo baskets with lids, they stay warm on the table, so it’s okay to order a bunch and keep munching whilst you decide the next course.

We love how organised Dimcha’s menu is – starters, wok tossed fare {stir fries} and meal bowls. We opted for the wok tossed French beans, which were crunchy and full of flavour – we’d actually be quite happy eating these on their own. The steamed fish with Thai herbs was a spicy affair which comes wrapped in banana leaves – a winner, as per us.

However if you’re looking for a wholesome curry meal, turn the page to the set meals. Choose your base {rice or noodles}, your main {meat/vegetables} and your sauce {there are options like Schezwan, holy basil, ginger etc}. We tried and liked the chicken in holy basil. And we’d suggest sticky rice all the way.

Although we were too full for dessert, we’re definitely trying the apple cheesecake next time. They also have a classic chocolate cake.


Since they haven’t yet started serving alcohol, it might be worth your while to pre-game at the adjacent Lord Of The Drinks.

So, We’re Saying…

Dimcha is ideal for quiet dinners with your SO or a few close friends, especially if you have a taste for spicy Oriental food.

Where: Second Floor, Epicuria, Nehru Place

Nearest Metro Station: Nehru Place

Contact: +91 9999693638

Price: INR 1,500 for two {approx.}

Timings: 12pm – 12am

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Featured image courtesy: Zomato


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