From the makers of landmark culinary destination like Masala Library, Farzi Cafe and Made in Punjab introduces yet another revolutionary culinary concept as Pa Pa Ya to the diners in Delhi. After a huge success in Mumbai and creating a buzz in Asian hawkers Pa Pa Ya is now open for public to enjoy the finest Asian in Delhi. Combining grandeur, elegance and Asian elements with a union of Japanese architecture and Indian design makes dining at Pa Pa Ya a dynamic experience.
As you enter the place the first thing you notice is the huge space it has to offer, also the ceiling which is quite high and looks like a dome when seen from sitting just underneath it. A fully equipped bar which is at the centre of the restaurant is a special attraction.
As I have read many reviews and got some hints for the recommendations we straight away started ordering the food. The expansive menu represents influence from Thailand, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, China, Singapore etc with their own special touch of innovation and contemporary cooking techniques.
So without wasting any time we started ordering. The most fascinating thing on my list was Sushi Matrix, 19 variations of Sushi is a music to my ears. When it arrived it was truly inviting and beautifully presented. From Nigiri, Sashimi, Maki and Uramaki all with different flavours and combination. I live Sushi and this was a treat for me. Soft shells Crab Buns is one delicacy to order here. The small buns that can’t hold these fantastic flavourful crabs, hassle free crab indulgence. Prawn Hargao needs no introduction they serve the best in town. Lamb Rendang Curry is one dish I would recommend not to share, Mutton cooked for more than 12 hrs in aromatic spices. The meat was melting soft yet had retain its body.
Finally ended with some dramatic desserts. Chocolate Ball on fire Is a chocolate lovers delight. Brownie, ice cream, chocolate sauce, Nutts all inside a chocolate dome. Best way to have this is mix them well and enjoy slowly. One more dessert that we ordered was Vanila Pannacotta which was served with Lemon flavoured Sponge this was good for me. The Pannacotta goes well with Lemon Sponge, one with strong flavour and other with mild flavour complement each other. Loved their innovation with desserts.