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ITC Maurya adds new Asian restaurant to its world-renowned gourmet offering

ITC Maurya, Delhi, part of ITC Hotels’ Luxury Collection, has this month added a new restaurant to its already stellar line-up of internationally renowned food and beverage outlets. Tian-Asian Cuisine Studio will bring progressive Asian cuisine to the hotel, diversifying its existing offering, which already includes the acclaimed restaurants, Bukhara, the first in India to be voted into the World’s 50 Best, and fine Indian dining at Dum Pukht.

Tian, which means heavenly in Chinese, is located on the picturesque rooftop of the iconic ITC Maurya. At the helm of the new outlet is Chef Vikramajit Roy, a pioneer of ‘progressive’ Asian cuisine.

Each and every element of the restaurant has been carefully hand crafted by Vikramajit and his team, who travelled all over Asia together for a year. Over the course of 12 months they sourced ideas from their surroundings, learnt new and old cooking techniques, discovered the secret to local dishes and gathered ideas for interiors. Tian-Asian Cuisine Studio is the result of this collaborative effort and journey.

The menu at Tian is rooted in tradition, while combining authentic Asian ingredients with elements of contemporary tastes, flavours, presentation and most importantly cooking techniques.  Dishes include Confit of Canadian Duck Carpaccio with orange ice and ponzu jelly, Tenderloin Tsukune and Tian’s Soft Shell Crab infused with peanut glaze. A selection of tasting menus, seasonal a-la-carte menus and Chef’s Specials will provide changing highlights.

ITC Hotels’ credo of ‘Responsible Luxury’, has also heavily influenced the menu, an emphasis on responsible sourcing of the finest and freshest ingredients is pivotal to the overall concept. The majority of ingredients are sourced locally, seasonal produce is key and herbs are grown in-house.

ITC Hotels has long been heralded for its commitment to authentic and inventive cuisine. The Group has been credited with pioneering some of the first branded cuisine concepts in Delhi. Bukhara, a favourite of Presidents, rock stars and dignitaries alike, celebrates its 35th year anniversary this year, a testament to ITC Hotels’ ability to create lasting favourites whilst cultivating new and exciting concepts.

The luxury hotel group, which has 10 properties across India, has established its gourmet offering with restaurant brands that offer a true taste of regional and historic Indian cuisine as well as bringing ‘India’s finest global cuisine’ to the country. Highlights include Dum Pukht, Dakshin, Peshwari and Kebabs & Kurries. ITC Hotels’ restaurant brands are overseen by acclaimed Chef Manjit Gill.

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