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This Asian bistro offers some decent Chinese food. The value for money restaurant, dressed up in orange and black interiors, quite fresh to see. You can make your own noodle bowl here. That is what we began with, we chose Flat Wheat Noodles, added Chicken cooked in Hunan sauce, topped it with some veggies and some condiments to complete the meal. The noodles are cooked with the sauce and bells, and, whistles are added late. But if you are here for a while, you better build up an appetite. You can get the ‘Sesame Prawn Toast’ - it comes with a spicy prawn mix, atop the toasted brown bread. We even tried the ‘Shanghai Paneer’; It was extremely spicy, so make sure you ask them to tone it down a bit. The portion size of each dish is great and shareable between two people. They have some cold-pressed juices on offer. We got the ‘Beetroot and Carrot’ which tasted good, and they also had some other options like ‘Apple Beet’, ‘Ginger and Mint’. For mains, you can get the ‘Kung Pao Brown Rice’ and pair it with ‘Sichuan Spiced Lamb Gravy’. Overall, it is a place where you can get a sizeable meal with some good music and fine service.
Main cuisine served at Five Fat Monks is Pan Asian.
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₹700 (approx.) for two at Five Fat Monks.
No, Five Fat Monks serves both veg and non-veg dishes.
Five Fat Monks restaurant timing For Today : 12:00 PM to 11:00 PM
No, Five Fat Monks does not serve buffet.
No, Five Fat Monks does not serve alcohol.
No, Five Fat Monks doesn't play live music.