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Bercos may be blamed or commended (depending on your taste) for popularising Indian style Chinese food in the NCR. Although they now boast a Thai selection, the Chinese is what they are known for. This three-decade-old restaurant chain has 14 locations across the city and continues to bring its no fuss, reasonably priced ‘chowmein’ style food to plates. Bercos has managed to maintain and strike a balance between experience and price. Although recent entrants like Mainland China have challenged its hold on the Delhi diner, the restaurant still remains popular with office goers in the buzzing Connaught Place area during lunchtime and with families for dinner. Not much has changed at Bercos and arguably that’s a good thing
The food etc was fine. What was not was a cockroach on the table. It had come out of the Chinese sauces which were on the table.
we ordered from bercos last night and the food was too good. it surprised us all how good it was. we got rice and noodles and green curry and red curry. a mix of chicken and veg. it was awesome and before we knew it we left everything we were doing and were gorging on the good food. i really didnt know its that good. maybe we all were just hungry. but still . you can always tell food from good food.
My love for chinese food brought me to bercos. My taste buds started tingling as i was visiting the restaurant after a long time. The moment i stepped in it was the aroma which took my heart away. Coming to the food we ordered :- ▶️ Chicken Spring Rolls - spring rolls were crispy & less oily. The filling was good, proper proportion of veggies & chicken was mixed in the rolls & were served with hot garlic sauce. Portion was good too ▶️ Fruit Beer - it was served at the perfect temperature. The sweetness in the syrup was good with little bit of fizz. ▶️ Corn Fried Rice - simply loved the rice. The rice had sweet corns, broccoli, yellow peppers & juicy mushrooms. Rice had little bit of sweetness because of the corns. ▶️ Juicy Chicken Drumsticks - Chicken made in hot sauce & tossed with pepper & garlic. Chicken was properly cooked. It was juicy, crispy & soft served with onions, capsicum & garlic. P.S - My review is based on my personal choice. Do try - Juicy chicken drumsticks & Corn Fried Rice.
This is one of the regular Berco's place. The food is similar to what they offer at their other restaurant's. The service is nothing to call out for but is the usual affair. You get what you pay for. Though if you are a fan of Thai and you do not fancy spending too much money on it, i will recommend trying the Berco's at Citywalk mall. They have the best chef and service staff across Berco's chain.
This has is my first review in a while. I am in India visiting with my family. We went to Berco's in M Block Market, New Delhi. Half the family is vegetarian and the other half in non-veg. Overall the place is good. Food is yummy and price was very good. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone nor would I eat there again, unless I was just passing by and wanted that cuisine. I wouldn't make a special trip. Pros: food was yummy. We got Haaka noodles which were very yummy. The chilli paneer was good but I wouldn't order again. We also got a chicken in garlic sauce which was good but again not spectacular. My Son and had the mixed meat fried rice which I would recommend if you go there. Lots of meat and very good. Price was great! 6 people = Rs. 2600 (included tip and taxes. We had limited drinks) Cons: Service was slow. We got there before the dinner crowd. We are Indians by origin but Americans by location. We got there at 7:15pm for dinner and it was empty. There was only 1 other party of two there. It took 10 minutes to get our drinks and 20 - 25 minutes to get the food. If the food seemed home made or was out of this world, I would give the pass. But the food was just "fine". Hope this helps.
Chinese cuisine has found its way through the centuries by its bag of flavors that has wrapped itself around our hearts. The cuisine first took root decades ago when Chinese expats took refuge in our country, bringing along with them a treasure trove of delicious recipes. It wasn’t long when we started tweaking the cuisine to suit our palates, creating a branch of this cuisine as our own. Few restauranteurs saw potential in the fare and launched the cuisine in grand style, paving way for restaurants we know today as legends. When talking about heavy-weights of Chinese food in New Delhi, one cannot skip on ‘Berco’s’ which is responsible for familiarizing desi-chinese food to the masses all over Delhi. This popular chain of restaurants has staggering twenty outlets in the city, along the one in Rajouri Garden, West Delhi.
The menu of Berco’s is a delightful mix of classic Chinese dishes one usually sees on every good Chinese menu plus a lot more. Get ready to sample some authentic some desi versions of Chinese food under one name – Berco’s. They even boast of a Thai section as well, catering to the well-travelled palates of their diners. Berco’s is one of the few dining spots in Delhi to offer a wonderful lavish menu for reasonable prices. You can also enjoy the flavors of Berco’s by sitting at home through their home delivery service. Opt for a beer or their yummy coolers to go with your first course. Eat, crispy vegetable sweet chilli, peking soup, chicken sui mai, garlic & cheese wontons and chilli mayo crispy prawns. Main course is an exhaustively long selection of delectable Asian curries. Indulge freely!
Don’t forget to dig into a bowl of pan fried noodles alongside to marry your second course. Those on serious time crunch can ask for meal in a bowl for a quick and fulfilling bite. To take care of your spoiled sweet tooth indulge into Berco’s mouth-watering array of desserts such as, death by chocolate, brown zebra, darsan, chocolate mousse and date roll with ice cream. Berco’s is a family-style restaurant and designed as such. Wide spacious quarters enable one to move around freely. Décor is of earthy welcoming style to pull in the crowd. The only Asian element it can boast of is by including a life-size statue of a monk. Space is modern and elegant.