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You have got to hand it to Yauatcha. This Michelin-starred dim sum teahouse from London always have something interesting up their sleeve to bring to the diner. And, now they bring in the very fun 'Yum Cha Lunch’ available from Monday to Thursday, 12:00 pm until 07:00 pm in Bangalore. ‘Yum Cha’ is a Cantonese tradition of brunch involving Chinese Tea and Dim Sum.
Considering the fact that Yauatcha is located at 1MG, and is so well approachable now from hubs such as Indiranagar and Jayanagar thanks to the Metro, shopping and a spot of lunch are now so much more interesting.
The culinary team at Yauatcha has meticulously curated a ‘Yum Cha Lunch’ menu that features a pot of tea, 3 baskets of dim sum and a signature dessert per person all priced at INR 588/- (for vegetarian) and INR 688/- (for non-vegetarian).
Choose from piping hot all-time favourite teas like Assam, Darjeeling First Flush and Jasmine along with 3 baskets of dim sum like Shiitake Mushroom Dumpling, Vegetable Chive Dumpling and Vegetable Crystal Dumpling for the vegetarians.
The meat eaters will get Hargau, Chicken and Prawn Shui Mai and The Chicken Char Sui Bun.
End your experience on a sweet note with Yauatcha’s signature delectable desserts like Chocolate Hazelnut Mousse, Chocolate Pebble, Red Fruit Fromage or the Blueberry Pistachio Bar.
What: Yum Cha Lunch Experience at Yauatcha, Bengaluru
When: From Monday through Thursday
Time: From 12 noon to 7 pm
Price: INR 588/- (plus taxes for vegetarian)
INR 688/- (plus taxes for non-vegetarian)
Address: Yauatcha, Level 5, 1 MG Road Mall, MG Road, 1 MG Road, Bengaluru: 560008
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