Celebrating five years of special dim sums
Yauatcha, the dim sum teahouse from London, has unveiled a new menu across all locations in India to celebrate its 5th anniversary this October. They have launched the new dishes for their guests from October 15.
The specially curated menu helmed by Head Chef Wang Yixuan comprises dim sum, wok dishes and desserts to mark the five years since Yauatcha launched in India.
The refreshed menu has been designed specifically to be enjoyed with family and friends amidst the beautiful interiors of the restaurant and includes an extensive selection of exciting new dishes that are featured alongside the signature specials at Yauatcha.
New dim sums featured in the ‘a la carte’ menu include Mandarin dumpling, Mushroom spring roll with black truffle, Radish puff, Spicy pork wanton in Szechuan sauce, Spicy hargau amongst many more. Some latest additions of wok dishes consist of Spicy aubergine, French bean and okra, Lotus leaf wrapped fried rice with shiitake mushrooms and edamame, Pork belly yellow bean sauce with mantou and Sichuan style lobster with vermicelli. To complete the meal, Yauatcha is introducing new desserts like the eggless Chocolate pebble and Blueberry pistachio bar amongst others.
With more than 15 years of experience in crafting dim sum, Chef Wang Yixuan commemorates the occasion with dishes that showcase Chinese tradition with a modern twist.
Chef Wang says, “Drawing inspiration from ingredients and balancing them to create signatures at Yauatcha has been an intensive process. I am looking forward to serving guests the new delicacies that further embark them onto our gastronomical journey.”
The new dishes are available to order from the ‘a la carte’ menu for all day dining. Yauatcha is a Chinese dim sum teahouse offering an all-day dining experience. Launched in 2004 in the heart of Soho in London, Yauatcha gained immediate critical acclaim and received its Michelin star within a year of opening which it continues to maintain.
Yauatcha provides a unique dining experience, offering authentic dim sum with a contemporary influence as well as wok dishes and other small eats. The concept is a modern interpretation of the traditional Chinese teahouse featuring a wide range of Chinese, Indian, Japanese and Taiwanese teas. Yauatcha is also known for its handmade petits gateaux, macarons available both a la carte and retail.