Indian Accent, The Manor
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|Address:||77 Friends Colony (West), New Delhi|
|Telephone:||+91 11 43235151|
About The Restaurant
The restaurant’s path-breaking contemporary Indian menu has been designed by Chef Manish Mehrotra, Old World Hospitality’s Executive Chef – Pan Asian Cuisine. Manish heads the kitchens of Oriental Octopus (New Delhi & Noida) and Tamarai (London). Manish’s creativity is showcased by the unique amalgamation of the freshest local produce combining home style nostalgic tastes with unusual ingredients from across the world. The result is a menu that excites the adventurous yet satisfies traditional palates.<p justify"=""> U.K’s celebrated wine consultant, Charles Metcalfe has developed a wine list to complement this cuisine. Charles believes that many of the best wine pairings with Indian food are found with white wines, often from New World wine countries. Chef’s tasting menu (12 dishes) paired with wines are the pièce de résistance of Indian Accent and offer incredible value for money. You can enjoy a lazy breakfast or brunch, lunch, high tea, dinner and late night coffee and desserts at Indian Accent.
Chef Manish Mehrotra
Chef Manish Mehrotra, a graduate from the Institute of Hotel Management, Catering
Technology and Applied Nutrition, Mumbai (1996), joined Thai Pavilion restaurant at Taj
President, Mumbai and trained under the expert guidance of master chefs from Thailand.
During his tenure of 5 years with the Taj group, Manish organised various Thai Food Festivals
at different properties of the group. He also won several medals at various competitions
organised by the Culinary Associations of India.
He then joined Old World Hospitality Pvt. Ltd. (O.W.H), where he headed the pan Asian
kitchens at Habitat World, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi. With a branch in Noida too,
Oriental Octopus is regarded as one of the finest pan Asian restaurants in the city. With
O.W.H, Manish has been on various culinary expeditions including training stints at top
restaurants in the East.
In 2006, Manish moved with O.W.H to set up Tamarai, London. Within a short span, Tamarai
has earned rave reviews from diners and critics for its cuisine 'Best pan Asian in London' (E.S.
Magazine) and has also won awards for 'The Best Wine List' and 'The Best Late Night Bar in
U.K'. He then brought in his unique inventive vision to creating a path breaking menu at Indian
Accent, the fine dining restaurant at The Manor (New Delhi), which has been celebrated by all
the critics with the crowning story being 'The Best Modern Indian Restaurant' The Vir Sanghvi
Chef Manish has just returned from Singapore, after participating at the World Gourmet
Summit as a Masterchef, where he cooked at a premium restaurant and also conducted
master classes and workshops for the delegates.
Vir Sanghvi Award, Best Chef Of 2010
HT City Crystal Awards
American Express Best Chef Of The Year, 2010
What the press says...
Manish Mehrotra... Most Promising Young Chef Of India...
Business Standard, New Delhi
Chef Manish Mehrotra presents Indian food like it hasn't been done before...
The food is Indian and every now and then when it seems to
pull away from the shore, it still retains its intrinsic accent…
The Financial Express, New Delhi
Indian cuisine has finally been revamped by Chef Manish Mehrotra at Indian Accent.
Travel + Leisure South Asia, New Delhi
…Chef Manish Mehrotra is the presiding deity of India Habitat Centre's
Oriental Octopus, and he has been cooking Thai and Chinese food for close to 10 years now.
He is the only Indian national I've met who disproves my pet theory
that Indians can't cook authentic oriental food.
Business Standard, New Delhi
There are master chefs… and master chefs in the Asian pantheon specializing in a
particular cuisine of the region. But I know of no one chef who transverses the region
with such ease, authenticity, panache and skill, as Chef Manish Mehrotra.
The Times Of India, New Delhi
In the absence of Chef Manish Mehrotra, Chef Shantanu Mehrotra will be available