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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.
A fairly good restaurant. Big hall . Food was ok not much to say. Service was good. Quantity was enough. Taste was ok
A compact place on the third floor of a commercial building in Anna Nagar. Not easy to locate unless you use a given map. Well designed, simple. Good, hospitable staff. We ordered a Thai Green Curry (veg), Khau Sway- both chicken and prawn versions. Delicious. Also a prawn starter. All were good and tasted authentic . Khan Sway came with main dish nd accompaniments that you can add in the proportions you want. And the mustard in the soup helped to lift it. Decent ambiance, and affordable pricing. What more can you want ?
Asian Station at Annanagar is a family friendly restaurant with a good ambience and very good food. It has enough vegetarian options to keep vegetarians happy, and very courteous and helpful staff. Children will enjoy the large TVs placed strategically and the fact that you do not need to dress up for a great dining experience. A very popular hangout for youth and families, weekday visits are preferable to weekends if you want a little privacy. When full, the noise level could be a little disturbing. We tried and enjoyed Crispy lotus stem and crispy corn kernel starters, with Sichuan fried Vegetable Rice, American Chop Suey and Burnt Garlic Vegetable Fried Rice along with Wok tossed vegetables in honey and black bean sauce for mains. Please bear in mind that the restaurant specialises in Pan-asian food and plan your visit accordingly. The entrance to the building housing the restaurant is narrow and congested, and manouvring a vehicle into the basement often poses a challenge, because parking is very limited, even though valet parking is available. Prices while not exactly pocket friendly, are not exorbitant.
The restaurant is one of chain hotels that offer authentic taste of variety of food . The place has great menu that helps you to explore lots of food around the world.. The starters and soups are really makes you wanting for more and more.. THE USE OF flavours are really good .. I would suggest book a table on holidays ..
Asian Station is a very good Pan Asian Restaurant. It is located in Shanthi Colony in Anna Nagar. Food is great and service is awesome.