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The best way to experience a good meal at Szechwan Court is to try their tasting menu. It is curated in a way so as to give you the best of what the menu can offer. From dumplings, crispy lotus stem in a chilli sauce, to a soup, and stir-fries, to seabass, lamb chops and more, the menu is neatly divided for vegetarians and non-vegetarians. And you can even opt for it to be paired with wine, or not. And on a day when you need simple food and complete flavour – try the pan-fried noodles, and sweet and sour pork. It is the best.
I have stayed in this hotel during my business visit. Beautiful place. Nice ambience. Good and Quality food. Staffs are very humble and caring.
Visited this place for dinner when incidentally it was the culinary prowess of chef David Chang’s Chinese dishes that were to be experienced at Szechwan Court at the Oberoi.The lotus stem for starters and the pan fried noodles with kaun pao chicken were the dishes tried and were indeed a culinary delight and a real treat to the palate. Dr.Javed Rasheed
We ordered for the crabmeat with onion soup which was so delicious and then we ordered for main course like chicken fried rice,stir fried noodles and chicken in xo sauce.All the dishes were extremely well prepared and ofcourse the wine and beer. Mostly i would like to thank PANKAJ for delivering such a wonderful service.I liked the food and service so much that i am again going today for my lunch there.I need pankaj to serve us. I even like the jasmine smell in the lobby its just awesome
I went to the restaurant with my Chinese cuisine mad family - wife and 2 boys. First things first - great ambience (its an Oberoi !), great service by Marty and his team - Jagadeesh and Yashita. Very attentive and warm. They will make you feel good .... The food itself was good without being great. Portion sizes are small for the price. The sweet and sour pork was sweet - not much sour in it. Even the Szechwan chilli sauce Jumbo Prawns were slightly sweetish with very little heat from Chilli. The spicy lobster soup was again good without being great. There were some othe rdishes we ordered including the kung pao prawn and rice and noodles ... But the star was the dessert . I specifically spoke to Chef Savio and asked him an off menu rendition of a tiramisu. I wanted it fluffy , with a nice hint of coffee and served in a large bowl as we have this fetish as a family of eating a Tiramisu from one common bowl. This was not something they do, but Chef Savio sportingly agreed to try his hand at a slightly aereated version. And Boy did he nail it ! Absolutely divine. Kudos to him for delighting our senses. The only sounds from my boys and us were mmmm and aaah !! Portion sizes are relatively smaller than average for this city, But the prices !!! Pretty expensive - 10,000+ for the four of us, with me eating just 1 prawn and a couple of pieces of pork and tasting a spoon of everything. If I had partaken fully, the bill was likely to be in excess of 14000. Or maybe I am a cheapskate and the prices are reasonable ! Decide for yourself. Cheers !
Was keen to explore how this restaurant changed post they revamped their menu so dined with them at the first available opportunity. I ordered 2 kinds of dimsums: 4 seasons (veg) and the good old Chicken and Prawn Sui Mai. Both were quite good! Infact I generally don’t prefer having vegetarian dumplings, but I really loved the 4 seasons dumplings. For main course I had the stir fried noodles and Chicken Kung Pao. While noodles were good, I need to mention that the Kung Pao chicken was brilliant! It’s a speciality here, post the relaunch, and it absolutely exceeded my already high expectations! For someone who loves chicken, I’d strongly recommend this dish. For dessert I had banana pancake and coconut icecream and it was the perfect dessert to end a supremely satisfying meal. Overall: great taste coupled with the unmatched Oberoi hospitality! Will strongly recommend The Szechwan Court. And if their Chicken Kung Pao is something to go by, they really have upped their game post the relaunch! Keep up the good work!
The simple pleasures in life often comes expensive and so is the case with fine dining in Bengaluru. Every possible global cuisine is at your fingertips but for a certain price and in some cases hefty price. Chinese food we have discovered to be the best kind of cuisine. Not only is it varied, it also comes in all kinds of price range. It depends on the diner of how high or how low they want to go when feasting on Chinese cuisine. If you are in the fancy bracket then may we suggest, Szechwan Court. The restaurant is a well-known name in the culinary circles, especially with the businessmen who finds the non-fussy quiet environment of Szechwan Court to be ideal for their business lunches. Part of The Oberoi Hotel on MG Road, the restaurant is a popular dining choice for many.
As the name suggests, Szechwan Court targets Chinese cuisine exclusively and presents the most traditional and authentic side of the cuisine to its patrons. Lunch time is their busiest as many regulars come to enjoy their dim sum lunch with a pot of gourmet tea. The best way to experience Szechwan Court is to sample their tasting menu, where you can eat a plethora of dishes at one go. Begin with, black fungus & mushroom salad, Chinese roast pork, steamed chicken wontons with chilli & garlic, crab & asparagus soup, tofu kenshao, Szechwan style dry chilli chicken and crisp fried lotus stem with home style chilli sauce. Next course entails, crisp fried baby corn in chilli & soya sauce, tenderloin clay pot, Peking duck, mapo tofu, seafood in spicy hoisin sauce and steamed silken tofu in Chinese herb sauce.
Do yourself a favour and save some appetite for Szechwan Court’s dessert menu. Tuck into, homemade lychee ice cream, warm fig & almond tart, sugar free chocolate & macadamia mousse, honey fried noodles, Szechwan date pan cake and toffee banana with sesame. Szechwan Court provides a very elegant and refined backdrop. Simple minimalistic décor in tones of brown creates the space here. Smart casual furniture is set at discreet levels to give the diners ample of privacy. Sit next to the plate glass windows from where you can admire the landscaping between courses. The restaurant is expensive but that’s understandable. It is housed under a five star hotel afterall.