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After shifty affairs with Burmese, Thai and even, the tad gauche, ‘Chettinese, Chennai is a showing resolute commitment for Pan-Asian restaurants. Asian Station opened to a great reception in Anna Nagar, also because we are tired of driving to Nungambakkam every other night. At first, I mistook it for a new outpost of the Speciality Restaurant Empire; an expansive and cheerful interior design, playing-it-safe-but-exotic dishes on the menu and irregularly concerned staff are indeed a bit ‘Asia Kitchen’-esque. Originality does show up in its zestful promoter-driven operations and, Dim sum selection. Rice Pearl Balls from Shanghai are rarely seen in Chennai and they come out of the steamer looking a bit hung-over at Asian Station – dishevelled long grained rice stuck on slightly dry minced-chicken balls. Chicken gets its most delicious rendition in another Dim sum dish - intensely toothsome Char Siu Chicken, though wrapped in rubbery Bao skin. I was hoping to enjoy a theatre of stir frying through the central kitchen window, but could only gaze at bobbing toques and hairnets above a thick band of frosted glass. However, my bone-dry Crispy Lamb offered me the solace of not missing out on any remarkable wok-skill. Asian Station works as well as most cut and dried Pan-Asian eateries with Indonesian gorengs and Thai/Malyasian Curries. Pity, because it does show some potential to stand out.
Your desire to enjoy exceptionally good Pan -Asian food and Momo’s in Chennai then Asia Station is your hot spot. Asia Station has a pleasant dining space with warm interiors and a wonderful ambience. The decor is superb with the lavish spread of buffet is the outstanding feature of Asian Station
Pan-Asian dishes at this restaurant crafted by professional chefs are amazing. Relish freshly prepared Asian cuisine and try out from a large range of authentic western and local specialties. You can also order from its extensive a la carte menu as you watch the trained chefs working at the impeccably clean interactive kitchens and big live counters.
The fantastic restaurant is placed at the second floor of Croma Building, located at 26/31, 3rd St, Lapis lagoon, AA Block, Shanthi Colony, Anna Nagar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu. You can have a memorable dining experience amidst the beautiful environs of the restaurant.
The menu of Asia Station includes authentic, Chinese, Korean and Burmese, dishes. The chefs prepare delectable food replete with authentic flavours. Starting with a soup such as Eight Treasure soup, and salads you can move on to starters and main dishes. Savour amazing starters including Chicken Dimsum, yummy Fish Money bag, delectable Fish Pepper Garlic dry, tasty Drums of Heaven. Prawns Hunan Dim sum is simply loved by sea food lovers.
For main course do try Governor’s Chicken, delicious Fish Sichuan Chilli sauce, tender Prawn Singapore sauce and juicy Lamb Massaman Curry.The fragrant herbs and sauces in veg Hakka noodle with sautéed bok-choy and paneer in soy chilli sauce add to the flavour. Refreshing mocktails including citrusy Kryptonite, What a Bulb and Taengmo Martini complement the food.
Desserts are delicious and beautifully presented including Honey Noodles,Chocolate rolls with vanilla ice cream, Mango pudding , Caramel Custard.. The waiters are friendly, attentive and give prompt service to diners. Teppanyaki bar is open only during dinner
. If you want to relax and chill out and have a lavish meal amidst peaceful ambience with your family then book a table at Asian Station.