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Mainland china with its ever growing pool of patrons, never disappoints when it comes to serving up a hearty Chinese fare at very competitive prices. This is the place you want to go if you are in the mood for some serious eating or looking forward to take the whole family out for a meal. The food is well adapted to a taste profile that is much appreciated by all, especially when it comes to spices and sauces. The dim sums are a fairly popular appetizer here, do try the chicken Sui Mai. For main course, there is plenty to choose from, the ‘grilled Hunan style tofu’, ‘burnt garlic fish with seasonal greens’ and ‘crab fried rice’ come highly recommended.
one of the best place for fine dining and authentic Chinese food. in Shanghai I had the opportunity to taste peaking duck which came roasted with the head of the duck attached. it was awesome. I ordered same here once and to my surprise and explained shock I got a soup and main course all of which was skilfully good but not the duck I are in China.i suppose sometime they will have what you really call a peaking duck in their menu. till then bone appetite.
Went to the restaurant with my extended family. The place is good for big groups. The food is ok, nothing special.
Mainland China is an all indo-chinese cuisine restaurant with nicely done interiors and great taste. The staff is very courteous and attentive. They have green bordered plates for pure vegetarian guests. The entrance is decorated with statues of 3 Chinese guards welcoming you to the place. Dining hall is situated on tue second floor with ample space for all kind of groups. We have tried a lot of vegetarian and chicken dishes over here over a period of time and this is one of our few favourites for chinese food. Noodles and rice dishes are a standout. They have seasonal fruit desserts as specials all year long. In all it is a very good place to have good chinese food. Recommended.
Starting from the venue the restaurant makes you feel like you have entered a Chinese palace (not to forget the spectacular sculptures). Coming to the Mains(food) it was was delicious and not to forget they also serve chopsticks, which you won't get in most places in India.The restaurant is committed to chinese food so go only when you know you want chinese and aren't confused about variety.
Mainland China is owned by the speciality group and this venture if there's is very successful . From starters to main course to the dessert goes fantastic both veg and non veg . Try the fried corns and spinach for sure as they taste amazing .
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Chinese cuisine was the first cuisine that touched our hearts and country after Indian fare. The honey chilli potato, spring rolls, manchrian, chowmein, fried rice, dumplings are still existent on streets. We have fallen in love with this amazing cuisine that has fast become our comfort food. We have indianised the cuisine by tweaking it as our own. One of the best restaurants in the city is Mainland china, located is GK-2, New Delhi. The restaurant serves mouth-watering Chinese cuisine. The loyalists of Chinese cuisine visit this restaurant often claiming that there is nothing like mainland china. The interiors are casual and brightly lit. It’s comfortable as it should be while enjoying soul food. From the moment you step on the premises you are reminded of china with the circular gate guarded by the twin dragons. Terracotta soldiers flanking the entrance looks so formidable.
Mainland china is known for its wonderfully authentic cuisine. Dumplings or ‘heart’s delight’ as it means in Chinese are served in bamboo steamers in various forms and flavours. The starters are made from chicken, seafood, vegetables and meat. Hunan prawns, pan fried chilli fish, chicken Taipei, drums of heaven, konjee crispy lamb, crackling spinach, crispy corn chilli pepper are some of the fine examples. For mains chef cooks variety of dishes. Crab steamed/braised, chilli basil fish, slow fried jumbo prawns, maoshi chicken, spicy duck in a hot pot, roast lamb, okra and potato in black bean sauce, seasonal vegetables in mahlak sauce, wok tossed greens with garlic are delightful. Specially fried jumbo prawns. Rice and noodles are presented in shallow bowls in enticing way garnished with fried egg or spring onion. If you want a lighter meal opt for piping hot soups. Shangsi crabmeat soup is worth trying. The food presentation has been kept in mind too. Beautiful coloured bowls, platters and bamboo steamers are used to display fare in most innovative way.
The misconception that Chinese normally don’t serve sweets mainland china has a small but delicious dessert section. Besides traditional brownie, honey noodles with almond flakes and steamed coconut dumplings with honey butter sauce is served. The staff is friendly and smiling. Though some may consider the restaurant expensive it has only managed to deliver on the promise of authentic Chinese cuisine. Money doesn’t matter where there is quality involved. So visit mainland china soon and draw your own memories.