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This place exudes a fun and youthful vibe and transports you to a casual eating place in the Far East. The wooden décor with red seats, high ceiling and colourful lamps add to the charm. The seating is spacious and well-laid out. It is fun to watch the chefs at work in the theatre-style open kitchen. The menu represents the best of comfort food from South East Asia and there is something for every palate. The bar menu too is varied. 'Crispy Lotus Stem with Black Pepper and Curry leaves' is simple but unique. The food is well-presented but unpretentious. It is the flavours which are the winners in each dish. For vegetarians, the 'Spicy Malaysian Vegetable Curry' is a good option, as is the 'Vegetable Dumplings in Roasted Chilli and Soya Sauce'. Non-vegetarians are bound to relish 'General Tao’s Favourite Chicken'. The 'Nasi Goreng' is well-made and satiates you with its robust flavours. The portions are hearty and affordably priced. The service staff is polite but needs to be a bit more attentive. One can watch live sports on TV while dining here. The cocktails are fun and well-presented.
A true foodie knows the potential of Asian cuisine. It is all about the balance of subtle aromatics and natural integral flavour of the ingredients used in the cuisine. It takes a clever palate and skilled hand to get the balance just right in Asian cuisine, a feat many chefs have achieved. But when singing the praises of Asian gastronomy one has to mention ‘Mainland China Asia Kitchen’. The name Mainland China has become synonymous to Asian cuisine in our country and with Asia Kitchen it only takes it a step further. There are several outlets of Mainland China Asia Kitchen in Mumbai, including the one in the food court of Oberoi Mall in Goregaon East. It is always crammed with Asian food lovers and hungry shoppers who come to find some sort of a respite after the shopping.
Asian food is simple at its best and at Mainland China Asia Kitchen it’s prepared to perfection. The menu houses all the classic Chinese dishes and offers a fantastic range of variety. Their dim sums are delicious enough to make a meal out of but do make it a point to try other starters as well. Dig into, sautéed mushrooms with galangal & Kikkoman soya, sweet & spicy crispy chicken, baked asparagus tempura rolls, crispy lotus stem with black pepper & curry leaves, chicken satay, stir fried lemongrass chicken, chilli teriyaki potatoes, Indonesian black pepper crab and king prawns tempura. With the help of Burmese pan fried noodles or jasmine rice mop up the delicious oriental gravies. Eat, stewed king prawns with Thai herbs, Thai green curry, trio of mushroom in ginger wine sauce, General Tao’s favourite chicken and sweet & sour vegetables.
To coddle your sweet tooth they do an array of mouth-watering desserts. Coconut caramel custard, honey noodles with orange & basil, hot chocolate rolls and caramel sponge cake with toffee sauce are enough to make you happy. The plate glass encased façade opens into a nice well-lit dining area at Mainland China Asia Kitchen. A long soft wooden toned room with an open kitchen at the end meets your eye the moment you step across the threshold. The seating style is casual with some cosy red sofas next to the wall. A row of black and white portraits mounted on the walls grabs your attention immediately. The restaurant is not too expensive, a blessing.