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Some of the best dim sums in the city are found here. The service is rarely disappointing though. Try the 'Pork Char Sui Buns', 'Crispy Prawn Cheung Fun', 'Poached Peking Dumpling', 'Vegetable Crystal Dumpling', and the 'Truffle Edamame Dumplings'. And this is just the beginning. For the main course, the combination of 'Stir-fried Lotus Root', 'Sugar Snap', and 'Water Chestnut', along with 'Honey Smoked Spare Ribs', and steamed 'Jasmine Rice' is one of my few favourite options. The set-menus for lunch are a good option for a quick in-and-out meal.
First with all the positives. Loved the ambience, loved the staff amd most importantly looooved the food. Their tofu melted in the mouth, the dim sum was out of this world and the shrimp just fantastic. Being there with a friend and able to chill with constant service from everyone around was just great. All went well until... My card was swiped. For international debit cards, it's common practise to ask the customer which currency they would like to pay in. Instead of accepting the payment in INR, the payment was forced in GBP (no clue why) without my knowledge. This resulted in an overpayment of over 300 INR after conversion charges were levied. This is a small amount in the bigger scheme of the cost of the meal BUT the act of not asking the patron which currency to pay in is. Strict NO NO. Having used this card previously several times in the last week, this issue never arose. A manager was kind enough to approach me but didn't fix the problem. I'm not sure if this can be resolved. If it is somehow resolved and I get my additional money back, I'll gladly give this place a resounding 5 stars. Until such time, I'll leave my rating untouched.
Had lunch over here during my business trip. I just ordered some dim sum dishes: Siew Mai, Har Gao and Shanghai Xiao Long Bao. The taste was alright but can’t be compared to the ones available in either Shanghai, Singapore or Hong Kong. This is probably one of the good Chinese restaurant in Bangalore which you can find. Service is a bit slow for me but nothing unbearable. Price is a bit on the steep side I feel.
There are sometimes when everything in a restaurant is perfect. Thats how I can describe the visit to Yuatcha in Bangalore. I had gone there with my family to celebrate my wife's birthday. Service by Anmol was fantastic. Food was wonderful. Must try the following. 1. 3 style mushroom 2. Crispy prawn Cheung fun 3. Pork and prawn sui mai. 4. Vegetables stir fry with UDON noodles.5. Chocolate hazelnut mousse and 6. Chocolate pebble. What I truly admire is hiw the restaurant is conscious about environment. I loved the idea of metal straws instead of plastic or paper straws. Care for the environment is understood by the employees as well. I loved the was our server Anmol explained to me about this philosophy of Care for environment. My kudos to the management team for doing such a wonderful job of ensuring the employees understand the environmental goals of the restaurant Definitely recommended to all for a sumptuous dining experience. Regards Rajesh
Was on an exploring spree and what got my eye was a pretty nice set menu. Place even thoughit wasn’t packed. Air conditioning was not chilling and felt slightly uncomfortable. Food on the whole was good nothing really to rave about. Personally thought the service was slow
This is a genuine Chinese’s restaurant in Bangalore. Menu is large and wide. We had a good dinner. Professional staff and fast service. Food was good but not good enough to get a 5
Bengaluru is a cosmopolitan hub of every kind of global cuisine in the world. The city boasts of a sophisticated selection of restaurants offering every cuisine under the sun in an attractive elegant atmosphere. Chinese food is a much loved cuisine and a great favorite of the city-dwellers. For a mouth-watering spread of Chinese food in Bengaluru make your way towards ‘Yauatcha’, a fancy modern teahouse located on the Level 5 of 1 MG Road Mall on MG Road. To wine and dine someone to the best Chinese food in town, take them to Yauatcha and dazzle them with its gastronomic brilliance. The restaurant is accessible for people on wheelchair. Families with kids are welcome here. Take advantage of their valet service after a long drive against Bengaluru traffic and get into the mood immediately.
Some of the best dim sums in the city can be found here at Yauatcha. The chef is known to serve excellent authentic Chinese with special focus on modern Cantonese cuisine. Their dim sum selection is staggering, indulge deeply. The set menus for lunch are a great way for a quick bite during office hours. Get a pot of gourmet Chinese tea or an Asian-inspired cocktail to wash down the meal. A bottle of wine will do just as well. Begin wading through the menu with a smorgasbord of yummy appetizers like, crispy duck roll, mixed salad with lotus root, prawn & Chinese chive dumpling, Asian greens with tofu soup and vegetable sticky rice in lotus leaf. Enjoy the main course comprising of, stir-fry kam heyong lamb, honey smoked spare ribs, crispy golden pumpkin prawns and steamed red snapper in asam sauce.
Their flavours are complex and fills your mouth with an explosion of tastes. Variety is fantastic; one trip will not be enough for Yauatcha. Penang style old town prawn noodle or vegetable fried rice will do beautifully to polish off the gravies. Let the soothing brew clean your palate before you dive into Yauatcha’s exotic desserts. Try, mango mascarpone gateau, raspberry delice, religieuse and milk chocolate praline. Interiors of Yauatcha are plush, elegant and stylish. Modern edgy lines with soft dual tones comprises the furnishings. The décor is very contemporary and upscale. Be forewarned: Yauatcha is expensive but if you don’t mind splurging, this restaurant will blow your mind away.