Dimsum Or Sushi? Decide at this Gem of a Place in Punjabi Bagh
We have come up with another amazing recommendation for you if you live in West Delhi or are around the area. Dimsum vs Sushi in Punjabi Bagh is the shrine you need to visit if you can’t get enough of mind blowing Pan Asian food. And no matter which team you are on (dimsum or sushi), your flavour buds will definitely be in for a culinary treat! Beautiful food in eco-friendly and attractive packaging, this one is a must try.
Dimsum vs Sushi has an extensive menu when it comes to sushi and dimsums. They also have delicious mains, curry bowls and meal bowls if you want to explore more of their Pan Asian offerings. An all delivery place, it’s a safe and a great choice for a micro get together with your friends over the weekend, surprising your family with some delicious takeaway food or just getting inside that cozy pyjama and Netflixing your way.
Go for the Sushi Platter
Getting good sushi in this part of town can be a Herculean task. Hence we are so glad for Dimsum vs Sushi as they have really cracked the code to delicious sushi. They have such a wide variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian Sushi options that you are bound to feel spoilt for choice. To solve this, they have curated Sushi platters for you where you can taste a bit of all the flavours they offer, across vegetarian and non-vegetarian options.
In vegetarian, the sushi options range from Asparagus Tempura, Spicy Veg Tempura, Crunchy Chive, Tofu Trouble, Fiery avocado, Asparagus and Avocado, Philly Rainbow Roll and Crunchy Kale. Non-vegetarians can choose from the Dynamite (highly recommended), Ebi Tempura, Tsunami, Hawiian Rainbow, Alaskan Snowflake, Foery Salmon, Smoked Salmon, Dragon Chicken, Tokyo Chicken and Peri Peri Chicken. We tried a bit of all of this and everything tasted exquisite. The sushi is served the traditional way with wasabi, pickled ginger and soy sauce.
Coming to the rival to the sushi (as the name suggests), the dimsums are quite a competitor. Dimsum vs Sushi has an extensive dim sum offering on the menu. We opted for the Crystal Wild Mushroom, the Chilli Cheese and Crystal Jade in vegetarian options. Soft, delicate, subtle and bursting with flavours, these little treats were nuanced and delicious.
In non vegetarian options, we tried the bestselling Fiery chicken, Prawn Hargow and Chicken in Chilli Oil. Carefully crafted and packaged along with delicious dipping sauces (loved the spring onion oil), these dimsums really stood out in their unique way. They also offer Family Packs where you can mix and match between various choices and have a bit of everything.
We loved the Prawn Hargow dimsums. The prawns were of excellent quality and cooked to perfection. We can’t wait to try their other prawn options the next time.
Wait, there’s more!
While the name might suggest otherwise, Dimsum vs Sushi also has some excellent appetizers and mains on offer. We would particularly like to highlight their appetizer – Prawn Salt & Pepper. Delicious, juicy and crispy prawns tossed in traditional salt and pepper with aromatics was a stunner. This place really knows their prawns. They have done an excellent job with sourcing the best quality and treating it even better.
For mains, we tried the Cantonese Chicken, Veg Pan Fried Noodles, Pad Thai Noodles and Chef’s Special Burnt Garlic Fried Rice. Everything was delectable. The combination of the burnt garlic fried rice with the Cantonese Chicken was a beautiful experience of subtlety and balanced flavours. The veg pan fried noodles were excellent, with crispy bits of noodles at the bottom and a delicious vegetable gravy on top. The Pad Thai Noodles could be better though.
Overall, we are really excited about all these delicious cloud kitchens springing up all over the capital and setting such high standards for food. Innovation in the food space has really elevated and keeping quality high while offering novel experiences is what all food lovers look forward to. Next time you’re in the area, don’t forget to grab some food from Dimsum vs Sushi. You don’t have to decide between the two, but choose to have them all.