I don’t know why we decided to have Chinese food in India although it is famous in some parts for Chindian food. But I just found the concoctions weird. The jasmine tea wasn’t steeped long enough and tasted really odd (perhaps the water as well as the tea leaves were off) and the Singapore noodles (although there is nothing like it in Singapore was just noodles with a generous dousing of curry powder). But at the end of the meal we were given complementary toffee ice cream that was out of this world. We were fawned over with complementary dishes and service, as it is in all restaurants in India, warm and wonderful. Guess we are just used to Singaporean Chinese food. For the record, I also don’t like the fake Chinese food in the US and some parts of Australia. Although, I’ve had really good cantonese meals in London and Perth restaurants.
We felt a tad underdressed at the restaurant which seemed to be patronized by the elite in India. Saw many business people and socialites dressed to the nines at The House of Ming which is one of the posh restaurants at The Taj Mahal Hotel in Delhi.