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Ping’s Café Orient is a street-style concept from the streets of Thailand. A place that will make you want to eat that spicy fried rice the moment you walk in or order that bowl of 'Fragrant Thai Curry'. Every time I go back to eat there, I have a staple order of 'Pork Char Sui Bao' and the 'Tom Kha Soup' because both these 2 dishes take me back in time. The 'Hot Gado Gado' is my current favourite and the 'Thai Sliced Lamb with Snow Peas' is slowly creeping into my staples list. The 'Hainanese Chicken Rice' is superb too – and I often take it back home with me. And if you’re lucky the mango sticky rice will be available to finish the meal.
This high-pedigreed place is known for some lip smacking pan Asian delicacy. I ordered some khao suey and you have to believe it was amazing. Also fellas their Vietnamese coffee is refreshing. And do try their dimsums. They are so delicious.
What an absolutely smashing place! I'd been wanting to go here for the longest time. I didn't find the interiors to be the most extraordinary ones, but the staff was definitely patient and very nice. Started off with the loveliest Philadelphia Cream Cheese Dimsum. I had never had these before and they absolutely blew me away! Absolutely cheesy goodness! Also had the Special Chicken Dimsum which were nice as well. Not as extraordinary as I had expected though. After this we had the Lobster and Prawn Gyoza which were phenomenal and definitely a must try! Dynamite Shrimp are one of my favorite snacks and Ping's version is definitely the best I've had yet. Beautiful prawns coated in that mayonnaise sauce, in a crispy basket made of bread. Just perfect and I wanted so much more of that. For mains we chose to have a simply Red Snapper Curry and some stunning Peking Duck. Understandably on the higher price range, the Peking Duck was an explosion of flavors in the mouth. With the veggies and hoisin inside the wrap, it was delicious, but even more delicious on its own. Loved it! I'll definitely be going here again super soon!
I visit this place oy for Philadelphia Cheese Dimsums. Good ambiance and quality service. A must visit place
If you're a die hard fan of Oriental cuisine, Ping's is the place to be! The place boasts a great location, beautiful interiors, quick service and great ambience. There's a little switch right next to every table so that you can call or 'ping' your server, hence the name. We started out with dumplings, the spicy chicken dumpling and the Philadelphia cheese dumpling. The Philadelphia cheese dumpling has a cream cheese centre with mushrooms inside; it tasted so, so good. The chicken dumpling was served with chili oil making it really spicy and all the more delicious. Next was the lobster and prawn gyoza and dynamite shrimp. The lobster and prawn gyoza wasn't extraordinary, it tasted okayish, however the Dynamite shrimp was indeed dynamite! It was soft on the inside, crispy on the outside, prepared in a spicy red sauce. The main course, much like the starters was great. The Peking Duck served here is a must try. Coming to desserts, some really interesting options to choose from. I had the nutella banana rolls which was the perfect way to end the meal!
Ping's is a quaint little cafe in Lodhi Colony offering a huge variety of Asian food. They have a good music selection and it's not too loud which is how I like it. They had beautiful decor. I really liked the 'Ping' system where every table had a switch that they could turn on if they wanted to call their server. So we started off with some Vietnamese Coffee and Thai Ice Tea. The Coffee was great but the the iced tea was just not my taste. The gyozas were great. The veggies were crunchy and that's exactly how it's supposed to be. I just don't like green dimsums tho. I had the cheesy lumpa rolls which were a little disappointing as it just had oodles of curdly cheese and no Veggies so it kind of didn't have much appeal. The Teriyaki Bowl meal was delicious and so filling. Their jaggery coconut ice cream was the winner. Beautifully done. Their poached pear with caramelized walnuts and ice cream was a very different dessert and I liked it. The service was good but the staff wasn't very cordial which ruined the visit for me.