Excellent lunch - very relaxed - good choice of soups, starters and you can never go wrong with bull's eye for dessert. Perfect helpings so much so that the mains were not required.
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We were certainly impressed with this restaurant, the food and the service given by mr atul sharma was amazing. There are no words for his appreciation. We went at insomnia for a couple of drinks. I would really appreciate mr. Surinder and mr. Deepak for...More
This is a repute Chinese place in a hotel. It's still a large place at the end of a winding corridor. It's got a live singer on some nights.but it's food quality leaves much to be desired. Indian Chinese is acceptable but overcooked versions of...More
Old style elegance, taste, decor, intimate friendliness and true class are the rule and standard here. Larry's China is a fine compliment to the Taj Ambassador, which continues to be the home away from home in New Delhi. One might choose to dine daily at...More
Larry's is a nice cosy little restaurant at Taj Ambassador! The ambiance is very subtle and we had a corner table with some greenery to look outside the big glass window...so was calming! The service is quite gud and the staff is helpful & friendly!...More
King Prawns a specialty at Larrys. This special dish is a hit with everyone I have invited to this cosy place for a meal. Service by Naresh and Vinay is excellent and Chef Madan Mohan has kept the standard of food as top class. Keep...More
Need to book in advance. Small cosy place, with a fair decor to give a Chinese look. The name Larry is misgiving, making you wonder if it's American version of Chinese cuisine. But then all misgivings are set aside by the delicious food which has...More
Another visit to Larrys China for a quick round of soup and appetisers. Such a delight to be here always: have been coming here for the last 16 years and the food quality has been consistent always. Possibly the best Oriental restaurant in town. Quantity...More
LOVE LOVE Larry's China. It can get over crowded on weekends, so please book your tables. IT's a definite try.