The Scene Eau de Monsoon's chic interior in elegant brown and rust has been lauded by many international travelers. A mélange of modern and traditional. A contemporary fine dining restaurant that serves authentic Indian flavours in a truly international style. The Grub Eau de Monsoon, Le Meridien?s Indian restaurant has an eclectic fusion menu. It is delectable enough to be had on its own and can be paired with a variety of alcohol as in the ongoing Whisky pairing menu. Both, vegetarian and non-vegetarians have enough choice here ? delectable dishes like Tandoori Broccoli and Lamb Burrah etc. The Potion Silken single malt and its concoctions are what you should expect at this restaurant. The welcome drink is a classic cocktail ? Old fashiones, made by mixing the Talisker 10 years and JW Gold Label reserve with a little bit of Angostura bitter. The first course (veg) is paired with Singleton 12 years. The smoke of the lamb burrah pairs brilliantly with this sweet whisky. The broccoli tastes superb with the balanced Singleton 12 years. The fish course (sea bass) is paired with Talisker ? 10 years as its maritime tastes go well with the well cooked sea bass. The wonderful mushroom strudel is complimented by the woody Oban (14 yrs) lending complexity to the meal. The Sound A great fusion band plays English tunes with a twist, matching the theme of the menu. The guitar is interspersed with the sounds of table and the sound in unison is in perfect harmony. The Feel Sophisticated and chic, Monsoon is one of the hidden gems of Delhi. The lights are dim and tables spaced out enough to make you feel private. Sitting amidst people from all around the world, Monsoon has a very cosmopolitan feel. The crew is courteous and polite, taking care of every one of your demands. To make a reservation, click here.
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