Fatty Bao to open its restaurant in Delhi on 17th August

Set up by Chef Manu Chandra and hospitality operations expert Chetan Rampal, the popular Asian restaurant is bringing its famous gigantic baos and Panda chopsticks to the city.
  • Franchise India Team Editor
Restaurant India

The Fatty Bao, a premium Asian restaurant, part of Olive Bar and Kitchen Pvt Ltd; is opening its first restaurant in Delhi on 17th August.

Set up by Chef Manu Chandra and hospitality operations expert Chetan Rampal, the popular Asian restaurant is bringing its famous gigantic baos and Panda chopsticks to the city.

Located at Sangam Courtyard, the décor is minimal yet colorful with pendant lamps shaped like ramen bowls, chopsticks and wires shaped like noodles, colorful crockery designed in-house and lots of wall art.

The menu includes Baos steamed buns found in Chinese and Asian meals, sushi, chasu ramen, pork belly, lots of seafood (Fatty Oysters, Miso Cod, Salmon Carpaccio), truffles and a variety of drinks including Mickey Ninja, Fatty Sour and Mandalay Bay, a classic cocktails with a Fatty Bao twist.

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