One of our favorite restaurants in Delhi. Spicy and tasty dishes make this a must stop at the great Imperial Hotel.
One of the best and impressive hotels I've ever stayed in my life. Excellent rooms, excellent service
The whole experience of visiting The Imperial is one not to be missed. The restaurant in the hotel has a whole different dimension in terms of decoration and the food was very good. Get there early and enjoy a drink in one of the bars to soak up the atmosphere, well worthwhile.
The look and feel of the interior design was very interesting. It gave us complete sensory over load, everywhere you look there is something new to see. They should have taken this theory into their food. We were excited about the East Asian tour as everything on the tasting menu sounds exquisite. What we received was everything but. Dry bland... More
The moment you enter the place,comes out the word WOW.Unparallelled ambience all around the restaurant makes you first have a round of the place after settling down.The murals,the statues,the wall art ,everything is impressive.The service is pretty good and food is not exceptional,and not well decorated.Oveall good experience.
Me and my husband had great evening in Spice Route. The decoration, quality of the service, taste of the food, wine list, everything was exceptional, we love Spice Route and we recommend all of our friends who travel to Delhi, we stayed at Leela Palace, but next time we would like to stay at Imperial Hotel! Thanks to the chef... More
Food was good, but not exceptional. Taster menu was a good option as it gave a varied meal with flavours from diverse countries. Wine selection good and the overall experience was fantastic, you must take the tour of the restaurant accompanied by the story of the meanings of the decoration and areas. Fabulous service and a great evening.
With all the plaudits the Imperial Hotels Spice route receives one might expect the ultimate in Indian fine dining, and certainly the beautifully decorated restaurant and the excellent service make it memorable. But to live up to the theme the menu concentrates on southern indian food and the Thai and Asian cuisines that flourished on the spice route. We tried... More
located in the imperial hotel, the food is good but quite expensive, the setting is beautiful and we really liked their version of the dom yam soup here.
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