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With this mall abounding in dining choices, diners still make a beeline for this place and all because of its food offerings. The best of Chinese food is what you can expect here. The À la carte menu is never-ending and there are buffets too. The bar menu also promises some great cocktails. The À la carte dishes here definitely score over the buffet offerings. Begin with the 'Pan Grilled Crab Cakes' served with a 'Sweet Chilli Dip' and you are off to a good start. The 'Fried Vegetable Wontons' may spell a bit of indulgence as opposed to the steamed ones but are absolutely worth it. 'Roast Lamb in Mahlak Sauce' is worth-a-try from the mains. An array of options in the rice and noodles section can leave you confused but the staff is ever-willing to help you decide. Children are bound to relish the lavish 'Mainland Sundae' among the desserts. The service is quick but you are never pushed to finish your meal and leave. The large portion size of some of the dishes is a great option for a big group.
Mumbaikers love their food and know how to eat well which they do whole-heartedly. Though they enjoy all kinds of cuisines but Chinese food is closest to their hearts. There is something about a bowl of piping hot chicken in tangy hot & sour sauce with garlic noodles that simply uplifts the low spirits. And the best part is that the city has various places where you can go to satisfy your Chinese cravings. All those beautiful dumplings make your mouth-water? Then go and dip those wonderful juicy parcels in your soy dipping sauce at your nearest restaurant, which we bet happens to be ‘Mainland China’. Over the years the name ‘Mainland China’ has become synonymous to Chinese food in the country. The brand has opened several outlets in every city, including Mumbai. There is one in R City Mall in Ghatkopar West.
Dig into authentic five star quality Chinese food for moderate prices here at Mainland China. One can have a feast with their family and come out with an average bill after dining at Mainland China. You can save some money by opting for their generous buffet or gain control over your meal by sticking with a la carte section. Whichever way you choose to go, the result will be delicious and not overly expensive. Begin with, dim sums, wok tossed tofu Hunan style, chilli teriyaki chicken, drums of heaven, sizzling lamb with cumin & coriander and Jiang’s chilli chicken. Try to pair seafood fried rice or pan fried noodles to go with the curries like, sesame chicken casserole, poached fish with Thai herbs, potatoes in chilli mustard sauce, braised crabmeat in pepper garlic and roast lamb in mahlak sauce.
Dessert course is exotic and unforgettable. Feast on, rambutan with ice cream, mango pudding, steamed coconut dumplings with honey butter sauce, coconut caramel custard, honey noodles with almond flakes and hot chocolate rolls with vanilla ice cream. The décor of all Mainland China outlets are similar. You will find a moon gate entry into a spacious well-decorated room, done up in traditional oriental colours. Seating style is formal with cosy private nooks forming between the lattice screens. A trio of golden terracotta warriors guards the entrance like in every Mainland China outlet. You will find the interiors to be good-looking and family-style. With a medium pricey bill, you can walk away happy.