Alan Yau is now a very successful London-based restaurateur who is best known for founding the Wagamama food chain followed up with Michelin Star Hakkasan & Yauatcha in the United Kingdom. He has taken his expert ability to new heights by opening his restaurants on 4 of the 6 continents.
Yauatcha in Delhi is one such exemplary example of his ability.
Balanced flavours, pure taste, little or no Indianisation and well selected ingredients is the hallmark that one can bank on.
Though, recently it did wobble a little due to changes both in staffing and remodeling but now it’s back to what it always was and should have been.
My choice of dim sums were the Spicy Hargao in a band new avatar, Lamb roll with latticed cabbage casing & mildly spiced with black pepper, Pork wanton which I believe was too large in size to be had at one go, though was nice and chunky, the fantastic and must have Chilean Sea Bass dumpling for which I could make a detour of a few miles anytime & the ever popular Turnip Cake with a sprinkling of deep fried garlic, onion &chilies.
I personally am a big fan of the place & it’s fantastic to have Yauatchaas a Gourmet Passport partner restaurant.