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Located in Indiranagar, The Fatty Bao has a brilliant approach to its pan-Asian cuisine. Among the first restaurants in the city to bring in the idea of small plates – being able to try more dishes on the menu is always a possibility. Among the small plates, personal favourites in the Open Baos section are the 'Beef Bulgogi' and the 'Char Siu Bao' and if you are of the adventurous variety, the 'Tender Jackfruit Bao' is the way to go. Another dish I go back to repeatedly is the 'Chorizo', 'Bacon' and 'Egg Shengjian Bao' or the closed baos. Served with some great XO and a scallion sauce, you will be tempted to take up the extra piece at an additional price offer. Among the sushi, the 'Teriyaki Salmon', 'Cream Cheese' and 'Wasabi' as well as the 'Spicy Salmon', 'Cream Cheese' and 'Cucumber' are the ones to try. So are the 'BLT' and the 'Crab Meat' and 'Tobiko'. With 2 options in the Nigiri section, it is the 'Tuna with Yuzu and Soy' for me. Fatty Bao is well known for its dim sums – not dense at all, moist and packages of happiness on a plate. The 'Pork', 'Kohlrabi' and 'Green Chilli' is worth trying as is the 'Edamame Chilli', 'Garlic' and 'Tofu'. Among the Salads, I have always been partial to the 'Malabar Spinach' and 'Bokchoy with Corn' as well as the absolutely divine, 'Cold Green Tea Noodle Salad'. Continuing with small plates, the 'Shaking Beef', 'Salmon Carpaccio' and the 'Smoked Sriracha Pork Spare Ribs' are great. Not sure how much of sharing will happen with this small plates though. For the mains, the comforting 'Chicken Rice', a twist on the classic 'Hainanese Rice' is a good one to try as is the 'Nasi Lemak with Ayam Goreng. If you want to put together the main course, the 'Jasmine Sticky Rice' goes really well with the 'Beef Jungle Curry' as well as the 'Slow Cooked Lamb Massaman Curry'. If you like pork and spicy, then the 'Bicol Express' is for you. At The Fatty Bao, you have to make room for 2 desserts specifically – 'The Japanese Cheesecake' and the 'Lemon Tart'. Both are going to make you wish you had a secret tummy hidden somewhere to fill up on more. 'The Fatty Wine' list and mocktails go well with anything you choose on the menu.
Never try Ramen anywhere else .In fatty Bao you have the best Ramen in the city ..just order some wine (which I didn't taste) or some cocktail .Have finger licking starters ,try it with chopstick ,you will love it . Then comes Ramen ...the delicosy of the town .Enjoy the food in the open roof top tables with much needed light giving relaxed mood of dining and peaceful ambience .Loved the place and food . Staffs are highly experienced and talented in their service and approach too .
We went to this Restaurant along with a few friends as a group and had a great time here. We tried few mocktails like Sakura Sakura , Bora Bora etc which were quite good. Then we tried Baos as starters followed by main course. This was the first time I tried Baos and I must say that the SouthEast Asian food that I tried here was one of the best I have tried in a long time. The restaurant is a bit costly, but still worth it.
The go to place for genuine South Asian cuisine. As the name suggests, best place in town for soft and yummy boas. Tried their pork belly with Thai papaya salad. Excellent. Then followed a ramen and we masaman curry with sticky rice. Desert was a nice chocolate pudding. Well worth the price. They don't serve hard liquor but do have a fair collection of wines.
Fatty Bao is a restaurant we return to time after time. Great cocktails, dim sum, pork buns and Thai inspired salads. It’s our go to for birthdays, farewell dinners or any other excuse! Last time we visited (September 2018), there were some liquor license issues, but I am sure these have been resolved.
Fatty Bao is a must visit for a delicious meal complimented by great service. Their food always hits the mark and the team go to great lengths to customise any specific culinary needs and requests. The service is exceptionally good as is all their dishes. I'm an ardent fan of their baos,gyozas and salads. I'm a regular here and over the course of many years have ordered so much from their menu and have always enjoyed whatever I've ordered. Their desserts are also a must try...especially the Japanese cheese cake and Warm Apricot pudding. If quality food and service are your main priorities Fatty Bao will never disappoint!