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Astutely ornamented with a stream of crinkle shaped butterflies in vibrant colours at this origami-themed restaurant not only looks pretty but also gives the place a glittering and joyful feel. The food menu is designed to be a bonafide dining out option when one is considering a not so jaded oriental option. Each section of the menu, bargains something varied and interesting and the strength of the menu is a critical pairing of unanticipated ingredients, which works best with simple dishes. Optimal selections of quality sushi and dim sums are the order of the day! The sticky rice with chicken and basil that lands in a blistering stone pot, which the waitperson mixes up, on the table, is absolutely stunning! To end on a sweet note I would extremely endorse the coconut and jaggery mochi ice cream, the crushed sticky rice and sugar created effervescent shell adds to the palate and these fragments are exquisitely velvety in consistency. All in all, a cheery ambience and good service topped by great food; Quick, comfortable and earnest value for money – strong to argument with that!
Restauranteurs are more and more indulging in the playful side of gastronomy and giving the stereotypical face of bistros a refreshing fun feel. Gone are the days of dark traditional decors, nowadays all you can witness is the livelier side of the restaurant conceptualisation. Dining out doesn’t need to be so monotonous anymore, you can have an assorted dining experience every time you go out. After giving a quirky facelift to Asian and Indian cuisine, the eccentric wagon has reached a new culinary destination – Japanese. No longer is the Japanese dining limited to low seating tables and paper fans decked up walls, it has evolved beyond all that and entered a more modernized zone. With the arrival of ‘Yum Yum Cha’ at DLF Cyber City, Gurgaon, a fresh playful version of Japanese dining, we the patrons have started viewing Asian food in a whole new way.
Yum Yum Cha is an innovative chain of restaurants that focuses on the modern side of Japanese and Chinese cuisine. Their menu is refreshingly creative and tackles Asian cuisine in a novel way. Your palate undergoes a rollercoaster of transitional flavours, prepared like you have never tasted them before starting with, their dim sums and sushi, which you can make a meal of. Try, chicken & chestnut, pink crab, spicy asparagus, cheung fun, takoyaki, char siu bao, hot & sour jade and chicken & chilli oil. Nibble on some sushi rolls or maki, otherwise stick to the conventional appetizers like, Japanese pizza, edamame, minced garlic prawn, crispy lotus root salad, crispy corn cake miso soup, sliced garlic chicken and philly wontons. Rest of the menu is taken over by, Thai red curry, ramen soup, Sichuan fire pot, sizzling sticky rice, sizzling noodles, Thai lemon steamed fish, shredded chicken with chilli oil and Sichuan style spicy vegetable stir-fry.
Wrap it up with their decadent mochi ice cream that comes in assorted flavours like, coconut & jaggery, matcha green tea, rocky road and mango. Banoffee sushi, Belgian chocolate cheesecake, espresso crème brulee and their fun bottles is a good way to end your evening too. Yum Yum Cha catches your eye with its splendid décor that is enhanced by crinkled shaped paper butterflies that hangs from the ceiling. The restaurant has taken advantage of ancient Japanese paper art, Origami, to give the place its distinct Asian feel. Their décor comes across as joyful, casual, lively and cheerful. The experience might not be cheap but it will be memorable.