Ni Hao, in Indore, by Radisson Blu will make you nostalgic if you have ever visited the Asian turf. Ni Hao, by Radisson Blu Indore, will make you nostalgic if you are fond of the Asian turf. Unveiling tranquil Buddha statues, Oriental cuisine, and elegantly styled interiors, Ni Hao Indore, explicitly stands out for its calming vibe. Add to that the snuggly ‘deep-colored’ wall of Chinese kettles and the customary Chinese drums at the entrance.
The Oriental welcome further leads to sophisticated interiors and an extended outdoor space for you to enjoy Live music. The outdoor-space ‘essentially’ is a rooftop garden flourishing with numerous plantations, statues, and musical entertainment.
The interiors decorated in white and gold, portray the metallic element of the traditional Chinese culture, indicating purity in its best light. While the aesthetics are well-complemented by plush seating, porcelain tableware, and lavish decor. We had a great time exploring the long-menued Cantonese feast at Ni Hao, Radisson. From our expansive-tasting of the Asian menu, we were presented, Pan-fried Shanghai Chicken Dimsum, Golden Crispy Cups, Prawn Siumai, Oriental Lamb Dimsum, Wild Mushroom Cream Cheese Dimsum, Smoked Salmon Sushi, Cream Cheese Sushi, Hoisin Duck Spring roll, and Crystal Dimsums.
1. Hoisin Duck Spring Roll
These freshly deep-fried, golden crispy spring rolls, were my favorite dish of the night. The crackling sound of the first bite, while, the soft pieces of Peking duck melt in your mouth, is what Hoisin Duck Spring Roll is all about. A great appetizer for a business meeting!
2. Prawn Siu Mai
Siu Mai, the cousin sister of a dumpling, is best enjoyed when it’s authentic Cantonese. Among the most celebrated dumplings at Ni Hao, this beautifully wrapped, Prawn Siu Mai, with delicious dipping sauces takes the front seat with its great flavors.
3. Smoked Salmon Sushi
Smoked Salmon Sushi, are tasty, sophisticated Sushi ‘Nori’ rolls, which use the rich flavor of smoked salmon, instead, of the raw fish. By all means, a great appetizer, for foodies who are scared to try Sushi, yet, deep down want to sample it once.
4. Asparagus & Cream Cheese Sushi
One of the very best Sushi, at Ni Hao, is the crunchy Asparagus Cream Cheese ‘Hosomaki’ skinny roll. In fact, this very Sushi, extricates bold flavors, like a Philadelphia Roll, slathered in sesame dressing. A very healthy and novice savory, which tops most Oriental charts with its delicate balance of flavors.
5. Wild Mushroom Cream Cheese Dimsum
Another lovely variation worth trying is the Wild Mushroom Cream Cheese glass Dimsums. Oozing wild mushrooms, truffle oil, and melting gouda cheese, Dimsums certainly can’t get more comforting than this.
6. Golden Crispy Cups
These miniature Golden Crispy cups are the best finger food, to order, for any social gathering. The crunchy fried tarts are not only, stuffed with incredible fillings of your choice, but also, let out a typical Chinese sweet and sour flavor.
7. Black Pepper Prawns
Tossed in oyster-soy-fish sauce and butter, is what highlights the deep dark flavor of this dish. Black Pepper Prawns at Ni Hao, is a delicious buttery shrimp first-course item, enveloped in a gorgeous golden coating and sauteed with exotic vegetables.
8. Asparagus Pine nuts Dimsum
Toasted pine nuts with Asparagus certainly make a genius combo for a steaming hot Dimsum. Cooked to perfection, these Dimsums are a food lover’s guide to the land of the red dragon.
9. Pan Fried Shanghai Chicken Dimsum
Pan Fried Shanghai Chicken Dimsum is yet another tasty and half-crispy wonton appetizer, glorifying Ni Hao Indore’s menu. Most importantly, this legendary Cantonese Dumpling featured wok-fried coating, paired with a perfectly seasoned filling, in an incredible wrapping.
10. Oriental Lamb Dimsum
The Oriental Lamb Dimsum at Ni Hao is unquestionably an irresistible dish worth trying! These traditional buns are freshly steamed and infused with a juicy lamb filling. Certainly, one-of-the-best Dimsum I have tasted so far, in Indore.
All in all, a great evening spent in the company of Executive Chef Mukul Jha and Executive Sous Chef Siddharth, learning about the food they love to cook. These Chefs are focused on changing the face of, Oriental cuisine in Indore, while, encouraging locals and guests to indulge in a low-salt healthy meal.