Soy X Neung Roi at Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi Airport is bringing seven Asian cuisines straight onto your plate with the 7 Wonders of Asia food festival.
An award-winning restaurant at Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi Airport is bringing you a brand new and enticing culinary experience. Soy X Neung Roi is all set to take you on an innovative gastronomic experience with their exciting new food festival 7 Wonders of Asia, starting 27th May 2022.
The 7 Wonders of Asia is a feast that will celebrate the colours, vibrance, flavours, and fragrances of the Far East. Take a culinary journey through Thailand, China, Japan, Malaysia, Korea, Singapore, and Indonesia along with your pan-Asian, fine-dining experience. The menu features an array of Asian delicacies with a beautiful mix of classic dishes and street snacks.
Chicken Satay is one of the most popular snacks in Southeast Asian cuisine, and you can experience it with a gourmet twist at 7 Wonders of Asia. One cannot enjoy Japanese and Korean flavours without ramen which is a widely popular dish. Enjoy ramen served with multiple delish and savoury toppings and sauces at the food feast from 27th May onwards.
Sushi is another heavenly delight from Asia on the menu. Relish different varieties of sushi including Rainbow Maki rolls at the food festival. The festival menu also features a wide range of classics like Indonesian Rendang, Malaysian Ice Kachang, Japanese Robatayaki, Thailand Jungle Curry, Chinese Jiaozi, Korean Bibimbap, and Singapore Chilli Crab.
To enhance your pan-Asian dining experience further, there are handcrafted cocktails and an intensive and specially curated wine list. Explore the culinary gems of Asia and treat your senses to an amazing experience at the 7 Wonders of Asia by Soy X Neung Roi at Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi Airport from 27th May to 12th June 2022.
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