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If the Taj Mahal Palace hotel has the Golden Dragon which has its own fan following, then the Taj Lands End has Ming Yang. Ming Yang is helmed by Chef David Kwong who launched the restaurant and the emphasis here is on Cantonese and Szechuan style dishes. The restaurant is over ten years old but with its recent make over, the restaurant looks chic and slick with its minimalist decor and is the perfect spot for a celebratory meal out. Dishes like 'Char Sui Bbq Chicken Puff', 'Shanghai Lamb Dumplings', 'Chicken Potstickers', 'Crispy Fried Lotus Stem', mock meat in sweet bean sauce or even the 'Singapore style chilli crab' are just some of the dishes that are recommended on the menu.
One of the key perks of fine dining in a metropolitan city is the stunning ambience you sometimes get along with a good restaurant. To give family a change treat them to a special evening at a fancy five star restaurant, where they can enjoy not only fine food but gorgeous surroundings as well. Although Mumbai is brimming with such luxurious fine dining restaurants, nobody comes even close to ‘Ming Yang’, when talking about Chinese cuisine. Chinese food in Mumbai is lip-smackingly varied with stunning choices in restaurants to dine at, but Ming Yang rules the roost through its flawless reputation and breath-taking ambience. What used to be Regent is now Taj Lands End at Bandra West and is the posh location of Ming Yang. Celebrities often frequent the place for its luxurious décor and delectable food.
Ming Yang has a reputation to uphold, especially where its food is concerned. Ever since Regent changed hands with Taj, location is not the only thing they have exchanged. Ming Yang retains its head, Chef David under whose guidance the restaurant has only climbed the ladder of success even higher. Start exploring Ming Yang’s awesome Chinese menu through the appetizers such as, butternut squash dumpling, char siu puff, lotus root fritters with sweet chilli dip, squid tossed with pepper salt, crisp fried Sichuan chilli potato, honey glazed pork spare ribs and seaweed lobster soup. Move along further with, kailan in ginger wine sauce, Singapore chilli prawn with steamed bun, Nanjing peking duck, Hakka braised pork belly, lamb & kenya beans in XO sauce, seafood Japanese udon noodles and sliced chicken in ginger wine sauce.
Sip on a cup of gourmet tea alongside your meal and find comfort in this small ritual. For desserts Ming Yang does spiced crème brulee, origin chocolate mousse, jasmine tea rice pudding with poached peach raspberry compote, mandarin darsan and date pancakes with vanilla ice-cream. The dining space at Ming Yang is simply breath-taking with vast airy dimensions and soft wooden furnishings. Potted Bonsai plants here and there, a huge golden dragon and rows and rows of teapots displayed on the shelves makes up for the décor of Ming Yang. Sit next to the plate glass windows from where you get a lovely view of the outdoors. The look is elegant, light, formal and classy. Expensive but worth it.