The multi-award-winning iconic culinary destination, Orient Express represents a dining experience that is truly like no other. With its plush interiors that reflect a bygone era of Lords and Ladies, Royalties and Duchesses, the Orient Express, a 35-year old culinary institution at the resplendent Taj Palace, New Delhi is indeed an exciting and exhilarating restaurant with its traditional grandeur and unmatched service.
The original Orient Express first ran on October 4, 1883, from Paris to Giurgiu in Romania, via Munich and Vienna. At Giurgiu, passengers were ferried across the Danube to Ruse in Bulgaria to pick up another train to Varna from where they completed their journey to Constantinople by ferry. A journey on the mystical Orient Express made one savor the finest of gastronomic experiences. The legendary long-distance train—which discontinued its Paris-Istanbul service in 1977—has been brought back to life at the Taj Palace, New Delhi
Mahogany walls inlaid with Lalique designs, delicate brass luggage racks, and dinner tables set with fine porcelain and crystal goblets atop white linen tablecloths—the Orient Express at Taj Palace, New Delhi is a throwback to Agatha Christie’s world in Murder on the Orient-Express. The dining area successfully recreates a carriage in the train and the ambiance of a bygone era, focusing on classic French & European cuisine. Paired with impeccable service and a selection of premium vintage wines, the experience at the Orient Express is truly one-of-a-kind.
Offer Description: One coupon entitles you to one complimentary set menu when another set menu is ordered of same or higher value. Valid on all days, including weekends.