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A comfortable sit-down ambience is brought to life with subtle Mandarin flare in the décor of this chain’s restaurants. Armed with a pair of chopsticks, the dim sums are a natural first port of call, especially the prawn siu mai or fried wontons, with a trifecta of delicious condiments. A steaming hot bowl of peppery lemon soup could follow, before delving into pepper salt jumbo prawns, Keong’s chicken with green chilli and spring onion, konjee crispy lamb or crackling spinach (they do this so well). If you plan to splurge, the lobster comes in a choice of four lovely sauces, as does the freshwater bekti. Old-time regulars may point you towards General Tao’s favourite chicken and the corn and potato tsing hoi style. You can never really go wrong with their Fukien crabmeat fried rice or Singapore rice noodles with mains – and, do not forget to finish off with the classic fave of a hot, sweet-soft date pancake in a flaky pastry, topped with cool vanilla ice cream.
Probin was excellent when it comes to his service. He has the ability to offer food to one's pallet. A very good treasured employee. The food was average. Could be better.
Loved the ambiance as well as the food.the starters were too good.we tried chicken,Prowns and mushroom starters and fir mains chinese noodles and thai curry rice which was really good. One must visit the place once in Pune.
This place is about the eating experience.Mainland China has made this Uber Cool experience a must visit.The feel is like a typical Singaporian meets Hong Kong.The food is good .The open kitchen with about 10-11 chefs working together is like Men at Work romance in the kitchen.We tried the burnt garlic chicken rice and Chicken With Chilli .The meal cost about ₹1200 for two along with the Pepsi.They have a set meal of ₹520 which may be the given choice if you want to experience variety and not go full early.They have a well stocked bar .The food servings are generous and the service is attentive but not intrusive.This is truly a must visit because of the feelgood vibes.After a long time,I felt nice because it was a coming together of all the elements of a memorable dining experience .
Foodies of Pune are in for a treat with the newly revamped and rechristened Asia Kitchen By Mainland China. Centrally located at Pune's Dhole Patil Road, this is an ideal getaway for business lunch or an outing with family and friends. We dined here on Saturday with the family and our table of 5 was delighted with the outstandinglevel of service and quality of food, combined with a a nice 'busy, single hall' ambience. We opted for the Set Menu curated for ICICI Bank Card holders, priced at a very VFM Rs. 666 per head + taxes. The meal consisted of a soup (we opted for the tried and tested Hot & Sour, which was not on the menu, but readily served by the happy folks at Asia Kitchen). Starters comprised of Prawn Sui Mai Dumplings and Crispy Chicken, Cottage Cheese balls and an amazing Crispy Corn. The Main course comprised of General Tao's Chicken (an absolute masterpiece) and Fish in Oyster Sauce with Chinese Greens (again outstanding!!) served with Lemongrass Fried Rice & Hakka style noodles. The afternoon was capped with a selection of dessert and jasmine tea. All in all an excellent and memorable afternoon and happy lingering memories of the food, ambience and a great time. A special word of mention to our table attendants and especially to the Head Captain Tek, who left no stone unturned to ensure that we had a great time. Chef Adhikari needs to be complimented for keeping a very high quality of ingredients and flavours to make Asia Kitchen a must visit for anyone in Pune.
Good Ambience. Courteous and helpful staff. Good veraiety of food on the menu. Good taste. Had Veg food and found it to be good quality. Liked Jasmine blue rice with exotic chill Veg gravey. Good service too. Reasonable prices. Enjoyed the lunch with family.
The subtle beauty of Chinese food is comforting and nourishing to the soul which is the basic reason for the immense success of ‘Mainland China’. This wonderful little chain of restaurants has changed the face of Chinese food in our country and in the city of Pune where the locals adore this particular cuisine, Mainland China is a sought after place for dinner. Located at City Point on Dhole Patil Road, Mainland China exhales a new breath of life to this vicinity with its originality and traditional outlook. The interiors of the restaurant is generously spacious and lavishly decorated. Though they have kept it simple you can still notice the effort they have made with the décor. As much as you will like the interiors, it’s their outdoor sitting area which steals the spotlight. Rather basic in appearance the al fresco sitting is enjoyed by the patrons on pleasant Pune evenings.
The service is cordial and very prompt. You will like being waited upon by the friendly and polite staff who will consider your each wish their command. The presentation of the dishes are of great importance to them. The chef makes sure that the each plate that comes to your table is eye-catching and visually appetizing. Whip up your appetite at Mainland China by trying out their scrumptious appetizers. Start with a bowl of hot soup like lemon coriander thick soup, shangsi crabmeat soup and duckmeat and Chinese cabbage thick soup. Ordering dim sums is a rite of passage here so indulge in, vegetable siu mai, chicken shanghai spring rolls and chicken wontons fried. Also dig in lettuce wraps with waterchestnuts & chicken, pan fried chilli fish, hunan prawns, konjee crispy lamb, all-time favourite crackling spinach, stir fried mushooms ginger chilli, roast duck in chilli plum sauce and drums of heaven.
If you still have some appetite left after such a delicious spread of starters then move onto the main course which has some lovely highlights. Look into, spicy fish in a hot pot, roast lamb in mahlak sauce, spicy duck in a hot pot, sliced chicken in oyster sauce, sapo tofu with vegetables, crabmeat steamed or braised and slow fried jumbo prawns. Finish with a lip-smacking sweet dish of honey noodles with almond flakes or steamed coconut dumplings with honey butter sauce. Dining at Mainland China comes with a slightly pricey tag but go anyways.