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Wangs Kitchen opened its first ever outlet in Chennai in the year 1995. The restaurant offered something which food lovers in Chennai had been craving for many years: Authentic Chinese cuisine. With some of the best chefs dishing out an array of mouth-watering Chinese dishes, it did not take long for Wangs Kitchen to make a mark in the city. Now, they have opened restaurants in cities like Bangalore, Madurai, Coimbatore, Pondicherry and Thiruvannamalai. The ‘Mega Meal’ which has a pre-defined list of dishes, you can either choose the one which serves 2 people or the one which serves 4 people. The other is the ‘My Box’ which has set vegetarian and non-vegetarian combo meals perfect for office lunches. The vegetarian combo includes ‘Schezwan Rice with Singapore Chilly Gobi’, ‘Chilly Garlic Noodles with Potato Chilly Sauce’. Non-vegetarian can go for their combos like ‘Wangs Special Fried Rice with Chicken Peking’ or ‘Singapore Noodles with Chicken Manchurian Sauce’ and more.
We have always found ourselves turning towards the comfort of Chinese food in any confusion. It is one cuisine that has always been integral part of Indian fine dining landscape since the 80’s. It’s because of our never-ending fascination for Manchurian and Hakka noodles that Chinese food found itself being easily available to all kinds of diners. From small-time noodle stands to fancy Chinese eateries, this cuisine fits pockets of all depths. If you’re leaning towards budget-friendly, try ‘Wangs Kitchen’. Since it’s opening in 1995, Wangs Kitchen has multiplied into close to 25 outlets all over Chennai. In any part of Chennai city, you will surely glimpse a Wangs Kitchen outpost. However, we are focusing on the outlet at 1st Cross Brindavan Street, 4th Avenue, Dr. Ambedkar Salai, Ashok Nagar.
Wangs Kitchen’s menu will remind you of why you fell in love with Chinese food in the first place. All the longstanding favourites you have grown to love over the years can be seen on the menu. Variety is pretty good. If you want to tuck into wholesome Chinese food within budget then Wangs Kitchen in just the place for you. The restaurant does not serve alcohol, ask for an iced tea. Begin your 3-course meal at Wangs Kitchen with an assortment of appetizers such as, Mahlak crispy vegetables, chicken dragon style, fish chilli style, smoked garlic sauce momos, crispy chilli sesame baby corn, egg fuyong and Singapore chilli beef. Load your fork with noodles soaked in traditional Chinese gravies. Try, chicken kung pao, lamb in Hunan sauce, fish in hot garlic sauce, prawns in chilli oyster sauce, Phuket fish and shredded lamb chilli sauce.
Polish off a few desserts before heading home. Darsan with ice cream, coconut dumpling, fried ice cream, chocolate brownie and banana wonton, are replete with sweet Asian flavours. Wangs Kitchen is very pocket-friendly venture. Indulge freely. Interiors of Wangs Kitchen is nothing to boast of. They are simple and casually decorated with proper dining tables and red upholstered chairs. For cosy comfort, snag one of their plush booths. Walls are with few framed pictures and lanterns. A small TV is provided so you can pass the time between courses. Their focus remains on food rather than the décor, which suits us just fine. Families are their most loyal patrons.
Keywords: Ashok Nagar, Chennai, Chinese, Pocket-Friendly, Family, No Alcohol, Casual, Outlet, Chain.
Summary: Wangs Kitchen offers you a chance to feast on good Chinese food for very affordable prices. It’s outlet in Ashok Nagar is a popular one. Although simply decorated, Wangs Kitchen’s strength lies in it’s food not the ambience.