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Pan Asian is one of those cuisines that have seen a massive spurt in Delhi. One of such places that I had the pleasure of visiting in the recent past is Soy, Khan Market.

Started by an avid restaurateur Mr. Nitin Luthra, Soy is located in one of the bylanes of Khan Market. We were greeted by smiling warm friendly staff members, always important but quite rare nowadays.

The restaurant itself has two dining levels and a well stocked bar. We began with a glass of single malt along with steamed dumplings. The dumplings were steamed to perfection and had superbly balanced flavours in their filling. We were recommended the Nigiri and we gladly nodded in affirmation.

The Nigiri was accompanied with Sushi and Wasabi. I am a big fan of Japanese food and what we got was spot on. The gloopy rice was full of flavours and the fish was extremely fresh. We then had a portion of the chicken laksa soup. This Thai speciality was great too and had plentiful herbs and galangal.

The main course consisted of duck rolls with plum sauce and Norwegian Salmon. The salmon had a nice crust on it as it had been pan fried, though I do not adore Salmon, I wouldn’t mind this dish if it was served to me again. The plum sauce accompaniment with the duck cut through the richness/heaviness and along with the wrap, it really tasted brilliant. The tenderloin was the dish of the day. The meat had been cooked to perfection and I went for several helpings, you should too – recommended.

Great dishes, especially Pan Asian, have that perfect balance of flavours that this dish incorporated. I would not mind going back to Soy just for this dish.

The evening ended with a couple of desserts, a choco lava cake and vanilla ice cream. Although Soy has limited dessert options, this was a safe and indulgent option.

Soy is a great little place for dining in a casual atmosphere with some authentic and lovely Pan Asian dishes.

XOXO
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Posted by shivangireviews on 2014-10-22 13:07:00

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Pan Asian is one of those cuisines that have seen a massive spurt in Delhi. One of such places that I had the pleasure of visiting in the recent past is Soy, Khan Market.

Started by an avid restaurateur Mr. Nitin Luthra, Soy is located in one of the bylanes of Khan Market. We were greeted by smiling warm friendly staff members, always important but quite rare nowadays.

The restaurant itself has two dining levels and a well stocked bar. We began with a glass of single malt along with steamed dumplings. The dumplings were steamed to perfection and had superbly balanced flavours in their filling. We were recommended the Nigiri and we gladly nodded in affirmation.

The Nigiri was accompanied with Sushi and Wasabi. I am a big fan of Japanese food and what we got was spot on. The gloopy rice was full of flavours and the fish was extremely fresh. We then had a portion of the chicken laksa soup. This Thai speciality was great too and had plentiful herbs and galangal.

The main course consisted of duck rolls with plum sauce and Norwegian Salmon. The salmon had a nice crust on it as it had been pan fried, though I do not adore Salmon, I wouldn’t mind this dish if it was served to me again. The plum sauce accompaniment with the duck cut through the richness/heaviness and along with the wrap, it really tasted brilliant. The tenderloin was the dish of the day. The meat had been cooked to perfection and I went for several helpings, you should too – recommended.

Great dishes, especially Pan Asian, have that perfect balance of flavours that this dish incorporated. I would not mind going back to Soy just for this dish.

The evening ended with a couple of desserts, a choco lava cake and vanilla ice cream. Although Soy has limited dessert options, this was a safe and indulgent option.

Soy is a great little place for dining in a casual atmosphere with some authentic and lovely Pan Asian dishes.

XOXO
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Posted by shivangireviews on 2014-10-22 13:07:00

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Pan Asian is one of those cuisines that have seen a massive spurt in Delhi. One of such places that I had the pleasure of visiting in the recent past is Soy, Khan Market.

Started by an avid restaurateur Mr. Nitin Luthra, Soy is located in one of the bylanes of Khan Market. We were greeted by smiling warm friendly staff members, always important but quite rare nowadays.

The restaurant itself has two dining levels and a well stocked bar. We began with a glass of single malt along with steamed dumplings. The dumplings were steamed to perfection and had superbly balanced flavours in their filling. We were recommended the Nigiri and we gladly nodded in affirmation.

The Nigiri was accompanied with Sushi and Wasabi. I am a big fan of Japanese food and what we got was spot on. The gloopy rice was full of flavours and the fish was extremely fresh. We then had a portion of the chicken laksa soup. This Thai speciality was great too and had plentiful herbs and galangal.

The main course consisted of duck rolls with plum sauce and Norwegian Salmon. The salmon had a nice crust on it as it had been pan fried, though I do not adore Salmon, I wouldn’t mind this dish if it was served to me again. The plum sauce accompaniment with the duck cut through the richness/heaviness and along with the wrap, it really tasted brilliant. The tenderloin was the dish of the day. The meat had been cooked to perfection and I went for several helpings, you should too – recommended.

Great dishes, especially Pan Asian, have that perfect balance of flavours that this dish incorporated. I would not mind going back to Soy just for this dish.

The evening ended with a couple of desserts, a choco lava cake and vanilla ice cream. Although Soy has limited dessert options, this was a safe and indulgent option.

Soy is a great little place for dining in a casual atmosphere with some authentic and lovely Pan Asian dishes.

XOXO
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Posted by shivangireviews on 2014-10-22 13:07:00

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Pan Asian is one of those cuisines that have seen a massive spurt in Delhi. One of such places that I had the pleasure of visiting in the recent past is Soy, Khan Market.

Started by an avid restaurateur Mr. Nitin Luthra, Soy is located in one of the bylanes of Khan Market. We were greeted by smiling warm friendly staff members, always important but quite rare nowadays.

The restaurant itself has two dining levels and a well stocked bar. We began with a glass of single malt along with steamed dumplings. The dumplings were steamed to perfection and had superbly balanced flavours in their filling. We were recommended the Nigiri and we gladly nodded in affirmation.

The Nigiri was accompanied with Sushi and Wasabi. I am a big fan of Japanese food and what we got was spot on. The gloopy rice was full of flavours and the fish was extremely fresh. We then had a portion of the chicken laksa soup. This Thai speciality was great too and had plentiful herbs and galangal.

The main course consisted of duck rolls with plum sauce and Norwegian Salmon. The salmon had a nice crust on it as it had been pan fried, though I do not adore Salmon, I wouldn’t mind this dish if it was served to me again. The plum sauce accompaniment with the duck cut through the richness/heaviness and along with the wrap, it really tasted brilliant. The tenderloin was the dish of the day. The meat had been cooked to perfection and I went for several helpings, you should too – recommended.

Great dishes, especially Pan Asian, have that perfect balance of flavours that this dish incorporated. I would not mind going back to Soy just for this dish.

The evening ended with a couple of desserts, a choco lava cake and vanilla ice cream. Although Soy has limited dessert options, this was a safe and indulgent option.

Soy is a great little place for dining in a casual atmosphere with some authentic and lovely Pan Asian dishes.

XOXO
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Posted by shivangireviews on 2014-10-22 13:07:00

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Pan Asian is one of those cuisines that have seen a massive spurt in Delhi. One of such places that I had the pleasure of visiting in the recent past is Soy, Khan Market.

Started by an avid restaurateur Mr. Nitin Luthra, Soy is located in one of the bylanes of Khan Market. We were greeted by smiling warm friendly staff members, always important but quite rare nowadays.

The restaurant itself has two dining levels and a well stocked bar. We began with a glass of single malt along with steamed dumplings. The dumplings were steamed to perfection and had superbly balanced flavours in their filling. We were recommended the Nigiri and we gladly nodded in affirmation.

The Nigiri was accompanied with Sushi and Wasabi. I am a big fan of Japanese food and what we got was spot on. The gloopy rice was full of flavours and the fish was extremely fresh. We then had a portion of the chicken laksa soup. This Thai speciality was great too and had plentiful herbs and galangal.

The main course consisted of duck rolls with plum sauce and Norwegian Salmon. The salmon had a nice crust on it as it had been pan fried, though I do not adore Salmon, I wouldn’t mind this dish if it was served to me again. The plum sauce accompaniment with the duck cut through the richness/heaviness and along with the wrap, it really tasted brilliant. The tenderloin was the dish of the day. The meat had been cooked to perfection and I went for several helpings, you should too – recommended.

Great dishes, especially Pan Asian, have that perfect balance of flavours that this dish incorporated. I would not mind going back to Soy just for this dish.

The evening ended with a couple of desserts, a choco lava cake and vanilla ice cream. Although Soy has limited dessert options, this was a safe and indulgent option.

Soy is a great little place for dining in a casual atmosphere with some authentic and lovely Pan Asian dishes.

XOXO
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Posted by shivangireviews on 2014-10-22 13:07:00

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Pan Asian is one of those cuisines that have seen a massive spurt in Delhi. One of such places that I had the pleasure of visiting in the recent past is Soy, Khan Market.

Started by an avid restaurateur Mr. Nitin Luthra, Soy is located in one of the bylanes of Khan Market. We were greeted by smiling warm friendly staff members, always important but quite rare nowadays.

The restaurant itself has two dining levels and a well stocked bar. We began with a glass of single malt along with steamed dumplings. The dumplings were steamed to perfection and had superbly balanced flavours in their filling. We were recommended the Nigiri and we gladly nodded in affirmation.

The Nigiri was accompanied with Sushi and Wasabi. I am a big fan of Japanese food and what we got was spot on. The gloopy rice was full of flavours and the fish was extremely fresh. We then had a portion of the chicken laksa soup. This Thai speciality was great too and had plentiful herbs and galangal.

The main course consisted of duck rolls with plum sauce and Norwegian Salmon. The salmon had a nice crust on it as it had been pan fried, though I do not adore Salmon, I wouldn’t mind this dish if it was served to me again. The plum sauce accompaniment with the duck cut through the richness/heaviness and along with the wrap, it really tasted brilliant. The tenderloin was the dish of the day. The meat had been cooked to perfection and I went for several helpings, you should too – recommended.

Great dishes, especially Pan Asian, have that perfect balance of flavours that this dish incorporated. I would not mind going back to Soy just for this dish.

The evening ended with a couple of desserts, a choco lava cake and vanilla ice cream. Although Soy has limited dessert options, this was a safe and indulgent option.

Soy is a great little place for dining in a casual atmosphere with some authentic and lovely Pan Asian dishes.

XOXO
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Posted by shivangireviews on 2014-10-22 13:07:00

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Pan Asian is one of those cuisines that have seen a massive spurt in Delhi. One of such places that I had the pleasure of visiting in the recent past is Soy, Khan Market.

Started by an avid restaurateur Mr. Nitin Luthra, Soy is located in one of the bylanes of Khan Market. We were greeted by smiling warm friendly staff members, always important but quite rare nowadays.

The restaurant itself has two dining levels and a well stocked bar. We began with a glass of single malt along with steamed dumplings. The dumplings were steamed to perfection and had superbly balanced flavours in their filling. We were recommended the Nigiri and we gladly nodded in affirmation.

The Nigiri was accompanied with Sushi and Wasabi. I am a big fan of Japanese food and what we got was spot on. The gloopy rice was full of flavours and the fish was extremely fresh. We then had a portion of the chicken laksa soup. This Thai speciality was great too and had plentiful herbs and galangal.

The main course consisted of duck rolls with plum sauce and Norwegian Salmon. The salmon had a nice crust on it as it had been pan fried, though I do not adore Salmon, I wouldn’t mind this dish if it was served to me again. The plum sauce accompaniment with the duck cut through the richness/heaviness and along with the wrap, it really tasted brilliant. The tenderloin was the dish of the day. The meat had been cooked to perfection and I went for several helpings, you should too – recommended.

Great dishes, especially Pan Asian, have that perfect balance of flavours that this dish incorporated. I would not mind going back to Soy just for this dish.

The evening ended with a couple of desserts, a choco lava cake and vanilla ice cream. Although Soy has limited dessert options, this was a safe and indulgent option.

Soy is a great little place for dining in a casual atmosphere with some authentic and lovely Pan Asian dishes.

XOXO
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Posted by shivangireviews on 2014-10-22 13:07:00

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Pan Asian is one of those cuisines that have seen a massive spurt in Delhi. One of such places that I had the pleasure of visiting in the recent past is Soy, Khan Market.

Started by an avid restaurateur Mr. Nitin Luthra, Soy is located in one of the bylanes of Khan Market. We were greeted by smiling warm friendly staff members, always important but quite rare nowadays.

The restaurant itself has two dining levels and a well stocked bar. We began with a glass of single malt along with steamed dumplings. The dumplings were steamed to perfection and had superbly balanced flavours in their filling. We were recommended the Nigiri and we gladly nodded in affirmation.

The Nigiri was accompanied with Sushi and Wasabi. I am a big fan of Japanese food and what we got was spot on. The gloopy rice was full of flavours and the fish was extremely fresh. We then had a portion of the chicken laksa soup. This Thai speciality was great too and had plentiful herbs and galangal.

The main course consisted of duck rolls with plum sauce and Norwegian Salmon. The salmon had a nice crust on it as it had been pan fried, though I do not adore Salmon, I wouldn’t mind this dish if it was served to me again. The plum sauce accompaniment with the duck cut through the richness/heaviness and along with the wrap, it really tasted brilliant. The tenderloin was the dish of the day. The meat had been cooked to perfection and I went for several helpings, you should too – recommended.

Great dishes, especially Pan Asian, have that perfect balance of flavours that this dish incorporated. I would not mind going back to Soy just for this dish.

The evening ended with a couple of desserts, a choco lava cake and vanilla ice cream. Although Soy has limited dessert options, this was a safe and indulgent option.

Soy is a great little place for dining in a casual atmosphere with some authentic and lovely Pan Asian dishes.

XOXO
Shivangi Reviews
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Posted by shivangireviews on 2014-10-22 13:07:00

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Pan Asian is one of those cuisines that have seen a massive spurt in Delhi. One of such places that I had the pleasure of visiting in the recent past is Soy, Khan Market.

Started by an avid restaurateur Mr. Nitin Luthra, Soy is located in one of the bylanes of Khan Market. We were greeted by smiling warm friendly staff members, always important but quite rare nowadays.

The restaurant itself has two dining levels and a well stocked bar. We began with a glass of single malt along with steamed dumplings. The dumplings were steamed to perfection and had superbly balanced flavours in their filling. We were recommended the Nigiri and we gladly nodded in affirmation.

The Nigiri was accompanied with Sushi and Wasabi. I am a big fan of Japanese food and what we got was spot on. The gloopy rice was full of flavours and the fish was extremely fresh. We then had a portion of the chicken laksa soup. This Thai speciality was great too and had plentiful herbs and galangal.

The main course consisted of duck rolls with plum sauce and Norwegian Salmon. The salmon had a nice crust on it as it had been pan fried, though I do not adore Salmon, I wouldn’t mind this dish if it was served to me again. The plum sauce accompaniment with the duck cut through the richness/heaviness and along with the wrap, it really tasted brilliant. The tenderloin was the dish of the day. The meat had been cooked to perfection and I went for several helpings, you should too – recommended.

Great dishes, especially Pan Asian, have that perfect balance of flavours that this dish incorporated. I would not mind going back to Soy just for this dish.

The evening ended with a couple of desserts, a choco lava cake and vanilla ice cream. Although Soy has limited dessert options, this was a safe and indulgent option.

Soy is a great little place for dining in a casual atmosphere with some authentic and lovely Pan Asian dishes.

XOXO
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Posted by shivangireviews on 2014-10-22 13:07:00

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Pan Asian is one of those cuisines that have seen a massive spurt in Delhi. One of such places that I had the pleasure of visiting in the recent past is Soy, Khan Market.

Started by an avid restaurateur Mr. Nitin Luthra, Soy is located in one of the bylanes of Khan Market. We were greeted by smiling warm friendly staff members, always important but quite rare nowadays.

The restaurant itself has two dining levels and a well stocked bar. We began with a glass of single malt along with steamed dumplings. The dumplings were steamed to perfection and had superbly balanced flavours in their filling. We were recommended the Nigiri and we gladly nodded in affirmation.

The Nigiri was accompanied with Sushi and Wasabi. I am a big fan of Japanese food and what we got was spot on. The gloopy rice was full of flavours and the fish was extremely fresh. We then had a portion of the chicken laksa soup. This Thai speciality was great too and had plentiful herbs and galangal.

The main course consisted of duck rolls with plum sauce and Norwegian Salmon. The salmon had a nice crust on it as it had been pan fried, though I do not adore Salmon, I wouldn’t mind this dish if it was served to me again. The plum sauce accompaniment with the duck cut through the richness/heaviness and along with the wrap, it really tasted brilliant. The tenderloin was the dish of the day. The meat had been cooked to perfection and I went for several helpings, you should too – recommended.

Great dishes, especially Pan Asian, have that perfect balance of flavours that this dish incorporated. I would not mind going back to Soy just for this dish.

The evening ended with a couple of desserts, a choco lava cake and vanilla ice cream. Although Soy has limited dessert options, this was a safe and indulgent option.

Soy is a great little place for dining in a casual atmosphere with some authentic and lovely Pan Asian dishes.

XOXO
Shivangi Reviews
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Posted by shivangireviews on 2014-10-22 13:07:00

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Pan Asian is one of those cuisines that have seen a massive spurt in Delhi. One of such places that I had the pleasure of visiting in the recent past is Soy, Khan Market.

Started by an avid restaurateur Mr. Nitin Luthra, Soy is located in one of the bylanes of Khan Market. We were greeted by smiling warm friendly staff members, always important but quite rare nowadays.

The restaurant itself has two dining levels and a well stocked bar. We began with a glass of single malt along with steamed dumplings. The dumplings were steamed to perfection and had superbly balanced flavours in their filling. We were recommended the Nigiri and we gladly nodded in affirmation.

The Nigiri was accompanied with Sushi and Wasabi. I am a big fan of Japanese food and what we got was spot on. The gloopy rice was full of flavours and the fish was extremely fresh. We then had a portion of the chicken laksa soup. This Thai speciality was great too and had plentiful herbs and galangal.

The main course consisted of duck rolls with plum sauce and Norwegian Salmon. The salmon had a nice crust on it as it had been pan fried, though I do not adore Salmon, I wouldn’t mind this dish if it was served to me again. The plum sauce accompaniment with the duck cut through the richness/heaviness and along with the wrap, it really tasted brilliant. The tenderloin was the dish of the day. The meat had been cooked to perfection and I went for several helpings, you should too – recommended.

Great dishes, especially Pan Asian, have that perfect balance of flavours that this dish incorporated. I would not mind going back to Soy just for this dish.

The evening ended with a couple of desserts, a choco lava cake and vanilla ice cream. Although Soy has limited dessert options, this was a safe and indulgent option.

Soy is a great little place for dining in a casual atmosphere with some authentic and lovely Pan Asian dishes.

XOXO
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