|Here’s a hot tip for those of you who enjoy fine dining and Indian food. The new place to eat is Varq at the Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi. The very name, “Varq” which refers to the edible gold and silver foil traditionally used to embellish certain Indian sweets, rich biryanis and curries, calls to mind refinement and luxury. The restaurant’s ambience and culinary style is both modern and traditional Indian.|
The cuisine redefines Indian flavours in a way that’s bound to delight and surprise.
Two wines that saw us comfortably through the evening with a variety of delicately spiced dishes were a Louis Jadot chardonnay (Burgundy) and a Danzante merlot (Italy), impeccably served in Schott Zweisel stemware. Estimated cost per head for a three course meal without wine, Rs 2,500. Pictured above are the Jalebies with their nouvelle presentation.