Traditionally a Burmese cuisine in its ethos, Khow Suey is one of the most popular eating choice of people in the country today. The dish came to East India with Burmese migrating during the time of the World War 2 and has since then comfortably found a place on our dining tables, on our menus and in our hearts.
Every restaurant has its own version of Khao Suey because of which people don’t know which restaurant to head to if they want to enjoy the best Khow Suey in the capital. If you too are in such a pickle, then read on as we at What’s Up New Delhi list for you 7 places that serve the most delicious Khow Suey in Delhi.
If you are an avid food lover, then chances are that you have already been to Berco’s but how many of you have tried their Khow Suey? In the traditional Khow Suey dish it is the broth where the magic is but at Berco’s you will see how the spices bring your taste buds to life more than the broth. Their Khow Suey is truly a lip-smacking affair.
Address: G-2/43, Middle Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi
Cost- INR 350
Known for its affordable lodging, the YWCA Kitchen International Guesthouse is quite popular among the bagpackers. However, not most people in the capital know that the guest house serves some amazing delicacies as well that stand apart from the best in town. For instance, take their Khow Suey where flavors of zucchini, mushroom, coconut & herbs come together to make a truly celestial dish.
Address: YWCA International Guest House, 10 Parliament Street, Janpath, New Delhi
Cost- INR 365
The beauty of any Khow Suey truly resides in its broth and Piali-The Curry Bistro has the most scrumptious, divine broth that we have tasted in the capital. A perfect balance of sweet and sour, the broth is beautifully joined here by lighter than air flavored noodles that make it the dish a truly sensational affair.
Address: K 41, Level 1, Opposite PVR Plaza, Connaught Place, New Delhi
Cost- INR 400
One of the few places in the city focusing all their efforts on authentic Burmese cuisine, Burma Burma knows how to do their Khao Suey perfectly. Flavourful and sneaking up all of a sudden, their readiness of the dish gets each part—be it the soup, the noodles, or the fixings—just right.
Where: Select Citywalk, 2nd Floor, S-25, Saket
Price for two: INR 1500
Ping’s Café Orient
Ping’s Café Orient is an upscale restaurant with a classy ambiance situated in the Lodhi Colony, New Delhi. The place is best known for its Asian and Burmese flavors and their Khow Suey is fabulous enough to soothe your palates for good. With vegetable chunks, creamy and fluffy broth and that mildly flavored noodles on your plate, you would wish if you could just eat them for all meals.
Where: 13, Main Market, Lodhi Colony, New Delhi
Price for two: INR 1600
Call: 011 66104016
Mamagoto is one of those places that serve an array of real flavors on a plate and this is perhaps one of the reasons why their Chicken Khow Suey is one of the most iconic choices on their menu. With real flavors, home grown spices, juicy chicken bits and pure vegetables, it will be a while before you understand what made the dish a complete stunner.
Where: 53, 1st Floor, Middle Lane, Khan Market, New Delhi
Price for two: INR 2000
Mealodrama Modern Bistro
Mealodrama Modern Bistro is located at Rajouri Garden and is a place where you will get variety of drinks and a lively and awesome ambience. This place is an instant hit amongst youngsters and amongst people who wants to experience nightlife. Mealodrama Modern Bistro has a budget-friendly menu and serves mostly Indian and Chinese cuisine. Try their Burma Khow Suey for the authentic Burmese flavour!
Where: A6, 110027, Main Najafgarh Rd, Vishal Enclave, Rajouri Garden, Delhi
Call: 098737 41333
Price for two: INR 1200
The round seating arrangement of the place is distinct and gives Rice Bowl a more simplistic yet impressive ambiance. The specialty restaurant serves Chinese and Seafood delicacies are inspired by gourmet centres and give your palates a raise. Rice Bowl has a dedicated team of chefs that are efficient in giving the look good factor to the dishes. The economical menu gives you an additional reason to dine out at the place. The Khow Suey is a fulfilling meal entailing the authentic Burmese taste.
Where: No.1/4, Next To Patel Nagar Metro Station, East Patel Nagar, New Delhi
Price for Two: INR 450
The Kylin Experience-Holiday Inn
Kylin Experience, a casual dining restaurant that brings its diners a unique experience with its interactive Teppanyaki Grill, Sushi Bar, Dimsums and much more delicacies. The exotic selection of Cocktails paired up with delicious Chinese, Thai, Japanese, and Asian cuisines promise to give you a joyful ride. Their Khow suey is a healthier version of steamed egg noodles topped with vegetables or chicken, flavoured with curry poeder and coconut milk.
Where: 13A, Mayur Vihar Phase 1, District Centre, New Delhi
Price for two: INR 900