Varq, The Taj Mahal Hotel, Number One, Mansingh Road, New Delhi - 110011
|Address:||Number One, Mansingh Road, New Delhi - 110011|
Restaurant Week Delhi Timings : 1pm, 7.30 pm & 9.30 pm
Address: 1, Mansingh Road, New Delhi - 110011
Dress Code: Smart Casual
- Food cannot be taken away from the restaurant due to health and sanitation guidelines
About The Restaurant
A mélange of grandeur, style and panache - The Taj Mahal Hotel brings to Delhi all this and much more! After the success of recently launched Wasabi by Morimoto, the hotel is now home to Delhi\'s finest Indian restaurant- \'VARQ\'. The capital\'s newest Indian restaurant offers a modern Indian gourmet dining experience offering authenticity of taste and artistic presentation created by Chef Hemant Oberoi.<p justify\"=\"\"> Varq is symbolic of preciousness, luxury and elegance which are reflected amply in the cuisine and the décor of the restaurant. It serves up stylishly crafted culinary fare in a sophisticated setting. Visually spectacular in every way, this 74 seater elegant Indian restaurant, including a private dining room for 14, is located at the lower lobby level overlooking the hotel\'s beautifully manicured gardens.
Varq is a modern Indian gourmet dining experience serving art on a plate to compliment art on the Walls.
Varq is part of Chef Oberoi’s masala cuisine concept, which reinvents Indian food with new techniques, innovative plated presentations and organic produce and spices, while evolving traditional Indian recipes for contemporary palate.
Named for India’s exotic edible gold leaf, Modern crockery by Thomas Keller, elegant presentations, balanced meals and true Indian Flavors, Varq is the features of this new wave Indian restaurant.
The 32-year-old Chef Manoj Successfully orchestrates Gourmet experiences at Varq every single day. Delhi’s very own boy with 12 years of experience in hospitality industry, has his own way of presenting the Indian food in an artistic manner with his personal touches.
Chef Manoj went through extensive training sessions in contemporary Indian cuisine with Grand Master Chef Hemant Oberoi in Mumbai, and learnt the finer ways of presenting Indian cuisine. He aspires to take Indian cuisine to global heights and is recently back from a fortnight long trip to Lugano in Switzerland to present Varq to a panel of well seasoned palates.
Allow him to introduce you to the finer aspects of gourmet dining and take you on a memorable journey of flavors.