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Chinese food has always been the one cuisine we reach for when in dilemma. The utter simplicity of this cuisine makes it one of the most popular cuisines in the country. Many restaurants choose to explore the depth of Chinese food through their classic expansive menus. However, there is one name that stands out every time someone talks about this popular cuisine. We are talking about ‘Mainland China', an immensely famous chain of restaurants sprinkled all over the country. Mumbai itself owns several outlets of Mainland China. Mumbaikers living around Navi Mumbai should try out the outlet tucked in Platinum Techno Park, Sector 30 A, Vashi, Navi Mumbai. It's a longstanding favorite of the diners living about the area. Mainland China is considered a Chinese food connoisseur in the country.
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.
Like every other outlet of Mainland China, this one too opens with a moon gate doorway. As you step inside, you will find yourself in a spacious sunlit room decorated in a modern smart way. High lattice screens sections off the dining room, which is dotted with several round tables so that diners can eat in comfort. A trio of golden terracotta warriors guards the entrance and makes for a great photo opportunity. The dining room flows into cozy nooks and corners according the privacy to it's diners. If you are looking for something more private, ask for a corner table. Mainland China gets busy during meal times. Book ahead.