Teppanyaki, Sushi, Dim Sum & Sheesha: There's A New Asian Place For You To Try

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What Makes It Awesome

If you're looking for a space to get good food, ambience, and perhaps even host a private party, then Maruchi is the place for you. With a large indoor and outdoor space, they not only offer great food, but also serve sheesha, which makes it the perfect spot to go to with friends to unwind.

Right in the heart of Delhi, on Sri Aurobindo Marg behind the Qutub Golf Course, Maruchi focuses on Asian food, Teppanyaki, and cocktails. With Chef Vaibhav, formerly at Baoshuan, expect everything from sushi rolls, dim sum, tuna and salmon, Hibachi assorted veggies, Miso Black Cod, Yellow Curry Prawns, Edamame Truffle Dumplings and lots from the bar too, starting with Malachite! A blend of gin and tonic, infused with elderflower and kafir lime, it's a refreshing, balanced drink, no matter the time of day. Then there's also 'Rhodonite', which is a peanut butter infused whiskey mixed with strawberry, mint, and lime juice. If you're more of a vodka person, then try 'Bronzite', which is vodka infused with Kahlua, coffee, and maple syrup to balance the bitterness. 

For those who enjoy watching their food get made, sit by the Teppanyaki grill. If you're not too fussed, then sit at the tables, and settle in for a feast. We ordered dim sum, and I can honestly say I have never had better prawn hargow before. Steamy, succulent, and yet crunchy. The condiments that came along were also very good; especially the black bean and chilli mix. I would have loved if the dishes were served in larger portions, though. From the sushi menu, I went for something I don't usually have. I am a fan of asparagus tempura, but I was pleasantly surprised at how good the enoki truffle tempura was. Perfect for a small bite with your drinks.

For mains, a must-try for all noodle lovers is the Chilli Garlic Udon noodles. Very flavorful and filling, it works as a meal on its own. The spicy Thai chicken basil Krapow was another highlight of the night. It goes great with a portion of sticky rice, since that is how it's traditionally had.

If you're looking for an amazing meal, this one is a no-brainer!