Banoffee Sushi, Chocolate Noodles & So Much More At This New Khan Market Eatery!

by Kasturi Roy | Mon Sep 04 2017

Ever since the gorgeous Pan-Asian restaurant Yum Yum Cha has made its way to Khan Market, the locale has gotten just that much more colourful. The pretty floral and origami elements line the ceiling and the restaurant really fills up on a Saturday afternoon, but there’s nothing that can stop us. But what really got us all excited to drop in was something on the new menu at Yum Yum Cha in Khan Market.

We all know that Yum Yum Cha is known for their fabulous sushi platters and mochi ice-cream, but have you heard of this new entrant? Banoffee Sushi and Chocolate Noodles!

What The Hell Is Banoffee Sushi?

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A pretty cool concept if you ask us, the Banoffee Sushi at Yum Yum Cha is all kinds of squishy and scrumptious. With butterscotch and rice crispies coating the outer layer and toffee sauce, cake and a banana coin on the inside, the dessert menu just got a complete winner. We devoured the whole dish in exactly 3.236 minutes. 

So if you’re getting a meal at the new Yum Yum Cha (preferably the Black Bean Prawn Dim Sum, the Chicken Aromatic Chilli and of course, the Mochi Ice Cream), we’d recommend you spend more time over the dessert menu. They have a new Pink Paan mochi at play that’ll tease your tastebuds and the Chocolate sesame noodles are absolutely delectable, we’ve heard. 

The Swiss Roll-esque Banoffee Sushi is on our lists of offbeat desserts and you have got to pop in for one of these. And if you aren’t in the mood for dessert, there’s always the drinks that you can veer towards. Come by one of these days?

Head to 70-B, Khan Market, Rabindra Nagar

Say hello at 011 41523030, 011 41525050

Pay INR 1,800 for two (approx.)

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Kasturi Roy

Kasturi has a keen interest in the Arts and burgeoning appetite for travel & culture. She engages with her mania for food, for a living. Based out of New Delhi, she's looking to begin a stationery movement, if only to deal with the impending and existing quarter-life crisis.