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Shanghai Bistro is a simple, unfussy establishment, but the food is good, thus making this small restaurant on the hectic Sarjapur road stretch, popular and busy. The restaurant is located in a rather rundown building, on the increasingly populated Jail Road. Of the many dishes on offer, it is the South East Asian offerings, especially the Thai food that really stands out. The Chinese food is what one would expect from an Indian Chinese restaurant, with plentiful choices for both vegetarian and non-vegetarian diners. The soups, whether Thai or Chinese, do not offer much by way of flavour, so opt for appetizers rather than a soup course here. Choices include 'Vietnamese Salads', 'Satay', and 'Dim sum', with vegetarian as well as meat-based options. Vegetarians should try the 'Lemongrass Chilli Tofu' or the 'Vietnamese Corn' and 'Coconut Fritters' for something different, while meat eaters can go for the 'Banana Leaf Wrapped Grilled Chicken' and the 'Vietnamese Lemongrass Chicken', and spice lovers should try the 'Crispy Lamb in Devil Sauce'. A section of the mains menu offers Pan Asian Meals, which are worth trying, especially the 'Burmese Curry Pan Fried Noodles', the 'Malaysian Laksa Soup', 'Hainanese Chicken Rice', and 'Kapitan Chicken Curry with Jala Roti' – all South East Asian delicacies that are not so easily found, especially in a small Chinese restaurant!
Been ordering here often. Lately not satisfied with their leefu rice and gobi in hanoi sauce. Felt it was not fresh. Momos were amazing. Wantons were ok. Food quality needs to improve a bit.
Disappointed on the last two occasions. The quality and taste of the food have significantly changed and to no good. I consider myself as one of the oldest customers here, right from its inception and I could easily bet that the standard of food provided was none less than Mainland China, which established itself as one of the elite groups serving Chinese food in India. Sadly enough, the quality and taste of food dipped quite a bit since then and off recently. Not sure about the reason though - could be a change in cook or simply some business strategy.
The taste of some of the dishes here are so authentic that you will feel you can go back. Do try to eat at home as the ambiance is not great. The most appealing dish of the lot was the leefu noodles. The taste was very good. But otherwise it was our good old comfort food like wonton, sweet corn soup, Schezwan rice/noodle varieties and the gobi in soy sauce. It was as expected and no disappointments.
This is another asian cuisin joint with slightly a different name. But overall the taste of food is nothing different from what you get at Bijing Bites, Chung Wah or any Chinese place in this class. I had ordered for home delivery few days back and the experience was not at all good. They took two hours to deliver ( i live barely 3-4 kms from them). Had order four items out of which only the chilli garlic noodles were decent.Rest all three were just average.
it is a good place to have Chinese food at an affordable rate. Have been here several times for dinner. Food quality is good.