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A perfect place to head to for a sumptuous Chinese meal when you are done with shopping at this mall. Comfort Chinese food albeit with a modern twist is what this restaurant offers and is known for. The new additions to the menu periodically, break the monotony for regular patrons. One can get exhausted going through the varied food menu. There are buffets for lunch. The bar menu equally spoils you for choice. 'Drums Of Heaven Hong Kong Style' is worth opting for. This is one place vegetarians cannot complain about being short-changed as there is so much to choose from.'Pan Fried Chinese Greens' and 'Tofu Cantonese Style' is mildly flavoured but wows the palate. Similarly, non-vegetarians can relish the 'Cantonese Soya Steamed Fish Fillet'. 'Honey Glazed Lemon Chicken' is tangy, yet sweet and perks up your taste buds. Try it with 'Black Pepper Fried Rice' and you have a winning combination. The 'Mango Pudding' is light and one can relish that even after having indulged in a full meal. The well-trained staff here never disappoints. The staff guides you about portion sizes while ordering.
Mainland China has a very big area and ambience in Andheri West. The food is also decent but not as good as I have had in Powai and other areas in Delhi. The dimsums were good along with Japanesse Wheat noodles.
Another dinner at Mainland China and another happy evening. Food was great as always. Eight Treasure vegetable soup and Hot & Sour chicken soup both did equal justice. The popular Cracking Spinach and Crispy Chilli potatoes served as wonderful appetizers. For the main course, we tried Pan fried noodles with vegetables and Braised Chicken in smoked Chilli sauce. Recommend all the above. Always a pleasure dining at Mainland China.
This outlet is situated within the mall. The place is quite big with huge ceilings. We opted for the buffet. They have starters served at the table which were pretty decent. However the main course needs to be worked upon by the restaurant as most of the dishes taste the same and seem like they are just there for filling up the buffet as it lacked the expected taste. Desserts were the usual stuff that you get across all mainland restaurants but what was missing was their tiramisu, which actually is not even Chinese, then why is it kept in all other mainland outlets? I think somewhere Mainland china needs to seriously look into their menus, revamp and serve what is expected from a chain of their repute or it tastes like factory turned meals. Service is a bit slow. Staff too looks tired and stretched out. Also, selling of their sauces on display near entrance through their staff at lunch time, seemed a bit odd as it moved focus from service to selling.
We visit this place frequently and I can always count on them whenever I crave for Chinese cuisine. I love their dimsums and dumplings for starters. In main course my all time favourite is sizzling chicken with barbecue onions with simple chicken fried rice. While their other dishes are equally mouth watering, this remains my all time favourite! A must visit! Buffet is nice too but I always love their à la carte options!
Always one to live up to its reputation, dining at Mainland China is a pleasure. We had lunch there last week, and were surprised to see the restaurant packed. A bit noisy with large groups dining, we were seated in the far corner of the restaurant close to the buffet table. The buffet was quite a spread but we chose to go with the al la carte menu as we had European colleagues with us, so we wanted to order food which was non-spicy. Teriyaki Chicken and veg dim sums made for great appetizers. For the main course, we ordered Steamed Chicken with vegetables in mild garlic sauce. The sauce is white and not spicy. We had it with Veg fried rice and veg noodles. Though my European colleagues termed it "the Indian Chinese" cuisine (Indianised version of Chinese food), they enjoyed the meal.
We have seen many culinary brands grow and flourish in the past decade, almost multiplying in their popularity. Take ‘Mainland China’ for example. What started as a solo establishment in Kamala Mills, Mumbai in early 90’s has now spread all over India, boasting close to hundred outlets stretched across several metropolitan cities. Mumbai itself has over ten outlets, all equally amazing and equally sought after. Try the one on the third floor of Infiniti Mall at Malad West, a popular busy establishment crawling with Chinese food lovers. The brand is one of the quickest to grow and has become synonymous with Chinese cuisine in Mumbai or any given city. The traditional modern vibe of the place with steaming bowls of authentic Chinese food is a pleasing sight that attracts many diners on regular basis.
The idea behind Mainland China was to give gourmets a chance to enjoy five-star quality Chinese for more pocket-friendly prices. Food is high quality and authentically prepared and is also light on pockets, which makes Mainland China a popular name. They deliver home too, a blessing on days you don’t want to bother dining out. First, pick a boozy drink. Sangrias, mojitos, LIITs, martinis, all are yum but you could go with scotches and beers too if you like. Those driving can sip their delightful mocktails. Jains get a separate menu. One can make their first course entirely of dim sums or go with something conventional. Variety is exhaustive. Second course entails, exotic vegetables in smoked chilli sauce, steamed freshwater bhakti in Chinese parsley, general Tso’s chicken, vegetable dumplings in chilli soya, burnt garlic fish with seasonal greens and Thai chilli lamb with kaffir lime.
Main course is best enjoyed with a bowl of fried rice or pan-fried noodles. There is plenty to choose from. Coddle your sweet tooth with some of Mainland China’s exotic Asian desserts. Mango pudding, steamed coconut dumplings with honey butter sauce, coconut caramel custard, hot chocolate rolls with vanilla ice cream, palm jaggery ice cream, honey noodles & almond flakes and chocolate dome with warm chocolate sauce, all present a tempting array. Interiors of this Mainland China outlet is fancier than other branches. Dining room is high-ceilinged and quite spacious and is done in modern oriental way. Ask to be seated under the moon gates row, they are the best seats in the house.