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The Sassy Spoon has given way to this chic Chinese restaurant from the same group spearheaded by Rachel Goenka. The simple but elegant décor exudes an old-world charm that is instantly comforting. The menu showcases contemporary Chinese food. The attractive and well-lit bar at the farthest end is hard to miss. The menu is varied with ample vegetarian options as well. The clean flavours and fresh ingredients win you over instantly. No dishes here are doused with sauces or unnecessary additives. The ingredients shine through in the dishes prepared using simple cooking methods. There are steamed, pan-fried and baked dim sums you can choose from. 'Prawn Har Gau', 'Chilean Sea Bass Dumpling', 'Asparagus and Mushroom Cheung Fun' are a must-try. Vegetarians must indulge in the 'Spicy Mapo Tofu'. The 'Molten Chocolate Steamed Bun', 'Lemongrass Crème Brulee with Biscotti', among desserts here satiate your sweet cravings. The service is impeccable but the staff needs to be well-versed with the menu offerings. This place offers a private dining area for a small group.
House of Mandarian at Bandra is a normal chinese food restaurant. Average rating and good food. Not fine dining
We went for lunch with guests who are very particular about Cantonese Chinese food and even they loved all the dishes that we ordered -Turnip cakes, Fried squid with burnt garlic, Prawn and chive dumpling, Red snapper in chilli oil.
When I visit Bombay, I do my best to get my fill of Indian Chinese food. This time around, my friend recommended House of Mandarin. We went there for dinner and I was not disappointed. The restaurant as taken over a pavement as a kind of 'outdoor' seating that is fully enclosed but we elected to sit in the proper indoor area. The restaurant is relatively small and very popular. For starters, we ordered the Pan Fried Chicken Gyoza which was excellent. I then gravitated to the standard sweet corn chicken soup which was one of the best I've ever had. The soup was thick and flavourful and not watered down like other places. For the main course, we shared a Chicken Sichuan style and an egg fried rice. Both were excellent with the right level of flavour and spice. Note that portion sizes were just right for two people to share. This is one place I'd visit again.
Food is really good, Authentic taste. Dumplings were nice, they also have sushi which were really good. They have a drink similar to kala khatta gola, very nice. People are really nice and friendly. Good place to go with kids.
We visited this restaurant tonight for dinner. As this was the second place we went to in the same evening ...we skipped the drinks and starters went straight for the mains.I must say every dish we ordered has its district flavors... We tried seafood pan fried noodles, chicken in spicy black bean sauce, egg fried rice, prawns in chili garlic sauce... Everything was good.