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At Berco's, the Chinese flavours are distinct to Delhi. Comfortable leather sofas and cushioned seats lining the walls are a highlight of the restaurant. This makes Berco's a great family dining destination. The gravies are spicier, the sauces more piquant and dishes like 'Crispy Chilli Potatoes' grace the menu. Despite the restaurant’s posse of crowd pleasers, there is no denying its hands-down popularity among authentic Chinese-cuisine lovers too. You would do well to sample their 'Shredded Lamb In Hot Garlicchoices' where lamb juliennes, crisped to perfection, swim in a fiery soy-sauce based gravy. Seafood lovers have plenty of choices too, with prawn affairs crowding much of the menu. Every mouthfeel is a delight, as dishes regale your palate with swift jabs of condiments and earthy sauces. Obviously, chicken predictably occupies centre stage in this Oriental menu, but, if you are willing to push your gastronomical boundaries, there are several mushroom dishes that offer both textural contrast and unconventional flavours.
I ordered food from Bercos two days back. The food seemed good in quantity. Chicken Noodles were perfect but Manchurian was not so good as the balls were very hard. They weren’t juicy or soft. It seems the balls were made a week before.
Bercos have shifted their location from G8 to E5 in connaught place. When we reached the old location, they transported us to the new location in their car, so to not loose us as customer. Food was very good esp the stirred fried vegies n fried rice. The honey dripped fries was also good. I also loved the ambience.
We had lunch there and shared dishes, veg and non veg. We had crispy shredded beef, sautéed vegetables, dim sum etc. All excellent. This is not just an Indian version of Chinese food, as my friends thought, but tasted very authentic, like food I might have had in Beijing or London. The cocktails (I had a mojito) were appreciated by all. I would certainly go back.
"Berco's" is known for there chinese cuisine they serve. I recently went there to try there 'sichuan menu', which is basically launch in winters only and last for a month only. I went to there cp branch which is in middle circle just above qba and the nearest metro station is rajiv chowk only. This is in the first floor of the building and the area is quite huge and it's two floor, beautifully decorated dome shape interior, with good number of sittings. Good for large group. Staffs were on point and attentive. What i tried - In drink - Passionate affair which was mixer of orange juice and it was fresh and refreshing. In food - • Bercos kung pao chicken • Chilli mushroom • Corn in a cone • Spicy tossed picked chilly fish • Cheng du mountain chilly chicken • Oriental brocolli delight • Sesame crusted cottage cheese • Szechuan pickled vegetable fried rice • Corn and spinach manchurian. . Overall, if u love experimenting with new food then u surely visit to try out there new sichaun menu. Ambiance - 4.5/5 Service - 4.5/5 Taste - 4/5 Worth - 4/5.
My friend and I went to the upstairs restaurant. Ordered the food. I have soup and my friend didn't. When the kitchen cooked two soups and brought it to the table. The waitor tried to force my friend to eat it. Very ridiculous. Staff so interested in their mobile phone then serving their customers. Never go back. Food also mediocre.
Indian diners have moulded global cuisine to suit their palates by adding a desi tadka to it. Especially Chinese cuisine which has found a strong fan base in the country. We Indians have discovered a special fondness for Indo-Chinese cuisine and have heartily welcomed the chowmein and chilli paneer variations that it gradually bought with it. Many good restaurants decided to tap the market by giving the diners a chance to feast on Indo-Chinese cuisine in a trendy and good-looking atmosphere. When talking about Indo-Chinese cuisine, itâ€™s only fair to talk about â€˜Bercoâ€™sâ€™, which has familiarize the cuisine to the diners and making it easily available to everyoneâ€™s plates. Various outlets of Bercoâ€™s are dotted all over the city but one in Connaught Place is its most popular one. The outlet is especially sought after by the office goers working in the vicinity.
Chinese is not the only cuisine Bercoâ€™s is known for, it also dedicates a section to Thai cuisine as well. Sample the lip-smacking starters like, juicy chicken drumsticks, lotus stem honey chilli, chicken wonton, crispy fish with homemade sweet chilli, ting ming mushrooms, prawns pepper salt, chicken satay, crispy tangy button mushrooms, chilli mayo crispy prawns, chilli paneer and crispy spinach tossed with roasted garlic & chilli flakes. Pair pan-fried noodles or fried rice with your choice of gravy. Have, shredded potatoes in hot garlic sauce, sliced fish in mustard chilli sauce, shredded lamb in Szechuan sauce, three mushrooms in Hunan sauce, five spice chicken, double fried pork, prawns in creamy garlic sauce, assorted vegetables in ginger & wine and sweet & sour pork.
Pamper your sweet tooth by indulging in some decadent desserts, death by chocolate, darsan, date roll with ice cream and brown zebra. Bercoâ€™s is a complete family restaurant that boasts of casual good-looking interiors created in hues of brown and white. Comfortable formal dining tables are added so that diners can eat properly in peace. A large Buddha installation hangs on the focal wall, infusing a Zen like vibe to the ambience. Everything is eye-pleasing, smart, casual and simple. Dim lit interiors give an atmosphere of intimacy and seclusion. Bercoâ€™s is a three decade old chain of restaurants and has been around this long due to its constant good service and delicious crowd-pleasing food. It has maintained its position this long by striking a balance between experience and price.