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The restaurant is located within the mall. The interior is strangely narrow and long with cubicles separated by long red curtains. The décor is typically red and black as primary colours. As the name suggests, the food is not just Chinese but Pan Asian. They have mouth-watering dumplings, exotic seafood dishes and several oriental curries as their high point. The Neotia group has been known to be a stickler for quality and they have done a brilliant job here as well. 'Chicken Sui Mai' and the 'Prawn and zucchini Har Gow' have superfine wrapping and are of top-notch quality. On weekend brunches, pray that there is teppanyaki ice-cream where you can ask the chef for your choice of flavours and toppings to be made in front of you. The prices are on the higher side but then one does pay for quality.
The old-fashioned Chinese fine dining in the city gets a modern facelift through The Orient. This stylish contemporary eatery specializes in Pan Asian fare and offers the diners a plethora of Asian dishes. Superfine dim sums to flavourful sushi, The Orient will be a gastronomic revelation. The décor may not be affluent but seems smart and chic. Dining style is informal with sturdy wooden tables set off against bright red wall with Chinese letters painted on them. Look is edgy and casual. The dining room flows into several nooks and corners. For a private rendezvous for a Special Occasion, pick a corner table.