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This simple and cheerful eatery at the lobby level, famed for its buffet spreads is a hotspot for family celebrations and corporate get-togethers. The lunch buffet includes varied offerings from Pan-Asian and Indian cuisine served from two separate counters. There are ample variety and options for vegetarians too. The salad counter and choice of desserts are impressive. The live stations add to the dining experience. Dinner is an Indichino table d'hôte menu with something to appeal to every palate. The limited À la carte menu has some interesting dishes on offer. The bar located at one corner is small but well-stocked and serves some exciting cocktails. The food boasts of great flavours and quality ingredients. Chef Kamlesh ensures his diners have an exciting experience owing to the variety he offers. The service staff is friendly and extremely courteous and helpful. Chungezi Paneer, Anjeer Malai Kofta Curry, Murg Bharta, stand out among the Indian selection. Kung Pao Potatoes And Hunan Chicken are worth a try from the Oriental section. The Creamy Rabdi With Crisp Jalebis is a must-try dessert.
When one asks you about Asian food, which cuisine instantly comes to your mind? Most of the time it’s either Chinese or Indian. These two cuisines are responsible for making Asian food so popular yet they are so different from each other. Asian food is popular for its subtle natural elements and ample use of aromatics that lends the cuisine its extreme flavour. Mumbai plays host to several restaurants that serve wonderful Asian cuisine and one of them offers a menu which targets both Indian and Chinese fares. Generally known as ‘House Of Asia’, the restaurant is an all-day dining venture of Hotel Mirador in Andheri East. Its frequented by families and gourmets alike, who come in to sample their delicious cooking. Try their Sunday brunch, its value for money and worth tasting.
The menu of House Of Asia is a delightful mix of North Indian, Japanese and Chinese cuisines. If you are visiting then call ahead to check for buffets. They are generous and offers an extensive variety of dishes from all three cuisines. Though menu is dominated by non-vegetarian dishes, there is plenty of options for vegetarians as well. From their limited but great bar menu spread pick a delicious drink and then follow it up with few appetizers like, chappali kebab, konjee vegetables, naram dill seekh kebab, Balinese minced lamb on sugarcane skewers, sweet & spicy crispy chicken, paneer ke shoole, schezwan pepper tossed 3 mushrooms, rajma aur khubani ki galouti and tamarind prawns. Satisfy any leftover hunger pangs with, phad Thai, Kashmiri dum aloo, sweet & sour chicken, chungezi paneer, rara gosht, cottage cheese in yin yong sauce and fish lababdar.
Polish off the mains with some noodle or rice accompaniment. Mushroom pot rice, veg hakka noodles, yummy steam noodle vegetables and lucknowi dum biryani will do nicely. To pamper your sweet tooth pick between rasmalai or rasgulla. They keep having exciting promotions, keep an eye out for them. Interiors of House Of Asia are designed along the clean modern lines. Sleek wooden furniture in teal color adds a lovely contrast against warm wooden furnishings. A row of plate glass windows on one side pours in abundance of natural light. On one end of the dining room is service counters, displaying buffet spread. House Of Asia is an expensive dining destination, so save it for special occasions.