Dim sum means “touching the heart” in Cantonese, and the tradition, also known as yum cha, has developed over hundreds of years. It has its roots in the providing of sustenance and the facilitating of rest and conversation. To celebrate the most loved dish and the dish which is gaining popularity in India, Dimsum, Shang’s palace has kept a Special Dimsums lunch menu.
Shang’s Palace is an award-winning Chinese restaurant in Shangri-la. With expansive interiors that include an indoor seating, three private dining rooms for a personalised dining experience and a large outdoor deck overlooking lush green gardens for alfresco dining, Shang Palace offers its patrons a celestial dining experience.
Shang Palace brings to you an ancient Chinese culinary tradition with Chef Ye Haijun’s new Dim Sum Lunch this summer. The culinary master has meticulously crafted a signature Dim Sum Lunch menu, comprising of an assortment of dim sum, signature clay pots and homemade ice cream for its patrons at Shangri-La’s – Eros Hotel, New Delhi.
The menu serves classic favourites dimsums for both vegetarian and non-vegetarian palates. The vegetarian selection includes Vegetable Cheung Fun, Bok Choy with Shiitake Mushroom Dumpling, Spinach and Corn Wonton with Chilli Oil, Spicy Edamame and Pickled Cabbage Dumpling. The non-vegetarian selection includes Prawn and Chive Dumpling, Roasted Pork Bun, Chicken Xiao Long Bao, Pan-Fried Lamb Dumpling with Green Onionsand much more. The dishes are perfectly paired with an unlimited pour of Jasmine Pearl orGinseng Oolong Tea making the meal light and wholesome.
Further into the menu guests can choose any one dish from a classic selection of signature clay pots offering sliced lamb in Sichuan chili broth, clay pot chicken with lotus root and garlic chili sauce, sichuan style mapo tofu, Yunnan stir-fried eggplant, hot stone pot rice with crispy potatoes, pickled chili and chilli garlic noodles.
For dessert, guests can enjoy homemade ice cream from an innovative assortment of seasonal flavours such as mango with dehydrated mango and lavender pearls, banana-caramel with banana chips and caramel, fresh lychee & coconut and more to perfectly round up the meal.
The Dim Sum feast engages with the unique elements of Shang Palace – calmness, tranquillity and humility that have been translated into a simple, elegant, vibrant experience, true to our Chinese roots. With expansive interiors that include an exquisitely designed dining area, three private dining rooms for a tailored dining experience, and a large outdoor deck overlooking lush green gardens for alfresco dining, Shang Palace offers its patrons a heavenly dining experience.
Timing: 12:30 pm to 2:45 pm from Monday to Saturday