Spicy Duck Menu

Taj Palace, New Delhi

By Vir Sanghvi

Menu of the Spicy Duck, Taj Palace, New Delhi

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Spicy Duck: Restaurant Info

₹ 4000 for two
This price is indicative and exclusive of taxes
Today, 12:30 PM to 02:45 PM
Taj Palace Hotel, No.2, Sardar Patel Marg, Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi
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  • Order the duck. They will hurry to put it into pancakes. Stop them and make your own pancakes. Or have the duck on its own, it is good
  • Order the pork belly. Of all the many dishes I have had at Spicy Duck, it is easily the best
  • Do not be misled by the name. This is not really a duck restaurant. You will get everything, and most of it is not terribly spicy. So it is not really Spicy Duck when it comes to the food

Vir's Verdict

3.7 /5

Hardly anybody remembers this, but the Taj Palace was the hotel that popularised dim sums in Delhi in the 1980s at the Tea House of the August Moon. Also on the menu was Peking Duck with all the trimmings. Except that you could not find good duck in Delhi in the 1980s, so the dish was made with chicken instead. The Tea House is long gone and its successor, Blue Ginger suffered from having an ugly room and a cuisine (Vietnamese) that Delhi did not like. Now Blue Ginger is also gone but the room remains roughly the same (new upholstery, though) and the restaurant at the old Tea House location is called Spicy Duck. This time around, they can do real Peking Duck, and it is carved and served at your table with panache. The dim sums are back too, and the menu is all Chinese, though it steers clear of the Sichuan style that made the Taj’s Chinese food famous. This is the food of the overseas Chinese in Malaysia and Singapore, and the flavours are different from those on the mainland; some may be sweeter.

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About Spicy Duck, Taj Palace, New Delhi

The name Spicy Duck can be misleading but don’t be taken in by the suggestive name. Their food is neither spicy nor duck heavy. Their menu celebrates Chinese food but not the Sichuan style cooking Taj is known for. Flavours are a tad different from what you might expect usually of a Chinese five star place. Influences from Malaysia and Singapore can be seen on the menu, a fact that excites us to no end. Well-dressed ladies are often seen enjoying a dim sum luncheon here. You should start the meal the same way. Otherwise look towards, black fungus tossed with rice vinegar, champagne pork chop, crispy lotus root, golden fried prawns and double fried winter melon in sweet chilli sauce. Dishes like, wok-fried cuttle fish, stir-fried chicken with ginger & spring onion, wok-fried sliced lamb in yellow bean sauce and peking duck are must haves.
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