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Exploring Cantonese cuisine

 Puja Banerjee |  2016-04-30 21:01:05.0  |  New Delhi

Exploring Cantonese cuisine

Yauatcha, the Michelin starred Dim Sum tea house from London is a contemporary yet casual teahouse that offers an all-day dining experience.  

Serving modern Cantonese cuisine, it offers affordable luxury in the world of eclectic food expression. Modern authenticity is at the root of Yauatcha's cuisine and service. 

They are inspired by history, acknowledge the traditions of the past yet also interpret them for today. The aim is authenticity in a modern setting, and we embrace an environment that is ever changing, dynamic and new.

The chefs have taken recipes from all over China, and using cooking methods true to a thousand years of Chinese tradition, have infused them with a modern sensibility. 

The result is authentic Cantonese cooking with a contemporary flair, at once subtle and thrilling,  and all made with the best ingredients.

Emotional architecture is the root of Yauatcha's design which relates to how the space feels. The palette of design materials used in Yauatcha forms a modern interpretation of the old Chinese teahouse. 

On walking through the reception, one discovers the expanse of the restaurant featuring the open kitchen where the master chefs are at work, the main dining area and a dramatic bar perched on the center stage of the restaurant. 

The main dining has contemporary partitions interspersed with blue glass and white marble.  The restaurant is wrapped in cosy black pine and fly ash bricks. The best alcoholic beverages are Lalu, Lychee Martini, Cha La Lai, Lam peak Martini and Baron Vert. 

Top five selling dishes are Crispy prawn cheung fun, Stir fry udon noodles in black pepper sauce, Schezuanmabo tofu, Crispy duck roll and Raspberry delice.

Puja Banerjee

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