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The cramped Nathupur market is hardly the most obvious venue for a stylish restaurant, but there you have it: not only do they have valet parking, there’s also a lift to take you upstairs. The terrace seating is glorious in fine weather. The menu veers from standard Chinese dishes to inventive Thai, and the restaurant’s own inventions with a Pan-Asian sensibility. Their Pan-Asian Paella has more to do with a Thai fried rice than the Spanish classic, while General Mao’s Taichin Chicken looks and tastes fearsomely spicy, but it is not, apparently, the hottest dish on this menu. Tasty nevertheless.
Wokamama is like finding a silver lining in a dark cloud. Dark cloud being the location and the silver lining being the restaurant. Service like valet parking and lift to transport you in a bustling market of DLF Phase-3, Gurgaon seems unreal but here it is. A pan Asian restaurant with outdoor sitting area Wokamama is a discovery. The indoor restaurant is pretty big and spacious lined with comfortable chairs. The restaurant has an amazing capacity to hold parties and large groups which makes it an idyllic place to bring friends or family. To celebrate an important event with pan Asian cuisine is always a good idea because pan Asian has become the nationâ€™s comfort food. There is no heartbreak that a bowl of fried rice and chilli chicken canâ€™t heal. Though indoor sitting area is good and formal but it is the rooftop area which wins accolades. Casual and cosy dotted with fragrant frangipani plants the place lights up in evening with lanterns. The crowd loves to sit outside under stars munching on hot noodle soup.
The menu is vast and covers Thai, Burmese, Chinese, Japanese and Indonesian cuisines bringing you the best of each region. Pages divide themselves into old and new favourites. In appetizers start with holy basil thai fish finger, spring rolls, golden fried prawns, salt and pepper squid/water chestnuts/ crabmeat/ chicken/ lobster/vegetable. Dim sums and Sui mais have their own long page. Makizushi, nigrizushi, sushi rolls fall under sushi section. Ebi-prawn tempura and sea bass tempura are worth trying. If you want something to go with your drink then choose satays or yakitori. Nothing beats a bowl of Asian soup. Reminds of old days. Go for hot and sour if you want to go reminiscing. Japanese Teppanyaki will not disappoint you either. In mains chicken, prawn, seafood, vegetables, duck, lamb and pork are simmered in various sauces. Choose your favourite.
Meal by itself which is meal in a bowl serves best for lone diner. Sweet tooth will be satisfied at Wokamama with their delectable desserts. Mocca rage, coconut rolls with picked raisins, date pancake and honey glazed noodles with ice cream are offerings of Asian heaven. The bar menu is a collection of every possible label that you can find in any good restaurant. Vodka, whisky, scotch, rum, gin, tequila, cognac, beer, cocktails, wines, champagne and mocktails will turn up the party mood. Combine that with hearty Chinese and you have Wokamama. Plus itâ€™s cheap. Youâ€™re welcome!