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The warm ambience and spacious seating of this restaurant makes it an apt place for family dining. The menu running into several pages offers ample options, both non-vegetarian and vegetarian. Soups, appetisers, mains, rice, noodles and desserts, are what expectedly comprise the menu. It is the molecular gastronomy page that takes you by surprise, as it appears incongruous. The food, typically Indian Chinese of yesteryears, is flavourful and unpretentious, sans any frills. Chicken Peking soup, a thick soup which is well-spiced and has oodles of chicken, is a great way to start your meal. Black Pepper Chicken And Red Chili Pepper Fish are bound to tantalise your taste buds. Vegetarians can enjoy the Twin Pepper Potatoes Or Hunan Sesame Mushrooms. For mains, Prawns In Chili Oyster Sauce pair well with Hong Kong Fried Rice. The more adventurous can opt for the Chicken Mandarin Noodles which are aromatic and packed with flavours. Burnt Exotic Vegetables On Hot Wok is worth a try. A fair amount of desserts on offer, but none Chinese. The service staff though polite and helpful needs to be better trained.
If you are used to eating Chinese food in abroad and know your sauces well then you will have a delightful time exploring the menu of ‘China Bay’. This fantastic fine dining eatery will blow your mind away with its superb gastronomy and laid-back yet attractive ambience. While it may appear incongruous at times it will impress you, we guarantee. This place is exceedingly popular with families and Asian food lovers all around the week. Located at K.B.J Mansion on Lady Jamshdeji Road in Mahim West, Mumbai, China Bay is one of the best places to grab Chinese food for reasonable prices. Kids are welcome here and in case you want a little privacy, ask for their private dining area. China Bay also does home delivery for those who feel too lazy to come in.
At China Bay you can savor a great Chinese meal for affordable prices. This place is value for money and is known to serve huge portions. No booze available here, if you want to get drunk choose somewhere else. Pick a bowl of soup instead. Variety is truly exhaustive. You won’t run out of options. Best way to open your evening at China Bay is through the appetizers. Tuck into a varied range of starters like, dragon chilly chicken, red hot fish, roast lamb star anise, crispy spinach babycorn, kung pao potatoes, mushroom butter garlic, black pepper fish and hunan sesame chicken. Second course gets more exciting with gravies like, fish in burnt chilly sauce, inspired Korean chicken, spicy pot vegetables, sapo fish, scrumptious China Bay chicken, paneer with cashewnuts, Mongolian lamb, Aunt Xing’s prawns in hot garlic sauce and chicken in schezwan sauce.
Throw in a bowl of fried noodles or rice to pair your meal. China Bay puts a lot of attention on the accompaniments so get ready to be dazzled by the awesome variety on offer. Spicy lime noodles or Singapore fried rice would do fabulously. For your spoilt sweet tooth China Bay presents, walnut tart, raspberry blast, Nutella mousse, New York cheese cake, nutty fudge, hazelnut pot, chocolate lava, red velvet crater and chocolate cigar. China Bay has used the small space well by splitting its seating area into two sections. You can see the hint of orient in the carved wooden booths and a wall mounted with several bamboo steam baskets. Ambience is casual and laid-back.