Ni Hao at Radisson Noida celebrates chinese new year!



Radisson Noida brings the exquisite flavors of South-Asia under one roof at Ni Hao, an authentic oriental restaurant Radisson Noida launches its oriental fine dining restaurant Ni Hao, ideal for an audience seeking great flavors of oriental cuisine with a comfortable seating and elegant styling. Encompassing the cuisine from the most prolific regions of China, Thailand and Singapore the menu is perfectly designed to match the Indian palate. The restaurant aims to introduce an enticing menu of oriental food by offering a wide range of flavors yet preserving the authentic recipes. The ambience and interiors of the dining take its guests on a journey to the mainlands of China through traditional Chinese frame-up. The overall feel is of a trendy venue where the diners can find their personal favorite Pan-Asian dishes from the extensive A-la-Carte menu.


The comprehensive menu offers a wide range of delicacies brought from across the South Asian region including the likes of Marinated Squid with Burnt Garlic, Oriental Greens with Burnt Chilli and C.N.Q. Pepper, Assorted Dim Sum Basket, Stir Fried Lobster with Honey Chilli and Cilantro, Steamed Tofu with Rice Wine and Fresh Chilli Garlic among others. The scrumptious array of desserts includes Warm Melting Chocolate Cake and Honey Tossed Noodle with Almond Flakes, in addition to Assorted Fried Ice cream, Fruit Toffee with Ice Cream and Chocolate and Nut Roll with Vanilla Ice Cream. Speaking on the launch, Rajendra Bishowkarma, Masterchef at Ni Hao, said, “The menu has been astutely crafted with a careful selection of delectable dishes that showcase the best of served cuisine with an emphasis on the freshness of the food, which is delicately spiced and succulently tender, retaining all its natural juices and flavors. The menu includes various Ni Hao specials, including Steam Fish Cake with Almond and Chimney Pot Soup along with specials from the chefs like Smoked Chicken Dumpling, Pecking Duck with Pancake, and Chicken and Glass Noodles Ball.


We are thrilled for all our guests to come and relish the splendid feast laid out amidst relaxing oriental setting.” Also present at the event, Ramendra Pratap Singh, General Manager, Radisson Noida said, “Ni Hao has been launched with an aim to bring authentic oriental cuisine to the people of Noida and around, who usually have to travel distances for the same. It promises an experience that will be truly memorable and aims to carve its own niche in the heart of every guest who dines here. We are delighted to introduce the restaurant to our guests, and wish for them to have a gala time during their visit.” About Radisson Noida, Sector 55 Radisson Noida Sector 55, lies within minutes of events at India Expo Centre and Mart and Noida’s largest shopping hub at Sector 18. A mere 45-minute drive from Indira Gandhi International Airport and a 10-minute away from the Noida city centre metro station.


With a well-equipped inventory of 88 rooms, the hotel offers spacious rooms across five categories including Deluxe rooms, Premium rooms, Executive rooms, Business Class rooms and Suites. It has 4,360 square feet of flexible meeting space that can be split into four separate ballrooms for smaller events or combined into one large space for bigger gatherings like banquets. Featuring three on-site restaurants- The Creative Kitchen, The Great Kebab Factory and oriental cuisine restaurant Ni Hao as well as Ethyl bar and a pastry shop, the hotel offers an array of cuisines to satisfy the culinary cravings of the guests.

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