The Fatty Bao

New Delhi, Delhi


011 33105180

Opening Hours
12:00 PM to 12:30 AM
All Days

2nd Floor, Sangam Courtyard, R K Puram

Video Tour


2,000 For Two People
VAT Extra

Mode of Payment
Cash, Credit/Debit Cards


Wi Fi


Outdoor Seating


Private Area

Smoking Zone

Live Music

Serves Non Veg



Signature Drinks



The Fatty Bao Waddles into Delhi

Date - August 18th, 2015
Publisher - NDTV

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Duck, Paneer, Fish: Fatty Bao has Buns for Everyone

Date - January 5th, 2016
Publisher - LBB

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Here’s why we love The Fatty Bao Delhi

Date - December 3rd, 2015
Publisher - Thefbai

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Was there for just a bit before catching a movie - absolutely loved it. Had the lemon & coriander soup with sea good, char siu and chilly crab & prawn bao. And the salmon & dill sushi. Wasn't blown away by the sushi or the soup but LOVED the baos. Will definitely be going back for some more.

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With the intention to explore Japanese Cuisine, we went to The Fatty Bao. The Asparagus Sushi was fresh, crunchy and tasteful. Mushroom and Bell Pepper Bao would be the safest Bao a vegetarian could order. But we were adventurous, hence went with an Eggplant Bao. The person waiting upon us did warn that it would be sweet and prepared us for the Bao that was to come ahead. While we still feel that the Mushroom peppers Bao would have tasted better, we were happy to try this. Now, just cuz we came for Japanese, doesn't mean we couldn't order our favourite Thai main course. Hence came the turn of the Malaysian Ramen. It was the way it is. No surprises, no experiments. Coconut milk, fresh exotic veggies, fried okra and of course burnt garlic.

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Having visited The Fatty Bao in Mumbai, my expectations from the place were a bit high because I had had a wonderful experience in Mumbai. And finally, I got a chance to visit the Delhi outlet but only to be disappointed. The ambience, the music and everything else was quite dull and mundane. Rather lifeless. Especially for a Sunday night. The menu wasn't impressive either, with hardly enough vegetarian options. Even for the non vegetarians, it was just not good enough. The service was extremely slow and nothing really clicked. I had ordered the Pan Seared Tofu and my friend had the Nasi Lemak with Ayam Goreng. I ordered the tofu because there were hardly any options in the large plates for vegetarians and the dish was pretty average. The tofu and the sauce were edible but the stir fried veggies lacked any kind of freshness. The soba noodles weren't impressive either. The nasi lemak was really dry with every element served individually. The chicken batter was a bit too Indian and overall the dish was below average. After this kind of an experience, I don't see myself going back or recommending The Fatty Bao to anyone.

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After a tiring day of shopping all I wanted was a piping hot, satisfying meal and that's exactly what I got at The Fatty Bao- a piping hot and super delicious meal. The gin and tonic set the tone for the evening. The fried eggplant open bao was perfect bite size, the crispness of the eggplant went well with softness of the bao however I would have preferred a dip to accompany the bao. The asparagus and cream sushi was so good that I wiped it off in flat five minutes. For the main course, a bowl of spicy chicken ramen was a great choice. It was a perfect blend of spicy and tangy, just the way I like my ramen. The service was top-notch, the ambiance of the restaurant was funky and the food was truly lip smacking good. Definitely one place that can guarantee a fat waist, thanks to the many visits you will pay to this restaurant after your first visit! (I am going there again for sure)

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