city not found
The eclectic demographic of this quirky city will take you and your friends into a many by lanes to discover a world of fabulous cuisines. The majority of the student population here makes the food affordable comparatively to other cities. But one of the oldest and most beloved cuisines remains Chinese. This ancient cuisine is soulful and comforting to many people and its popularity can be judged by the availability of the food from street hawkers to the five star establishments. For city of Pune is culturally rich and this beautiful cuisine is appreciated by people of all class and creed. We bring to your fingertips the most popular Chinese restaurants in the city where you can go to experience oriental delights.
‘Royal China’ of The Westin at Koregaon remains the city’s go to place for lip-smacking and delicious Chinese food. The place is expensive and oh-so classy. Menu is authentic and flooded with sensational dishes from Chinese province. Their buffet allows the patron to taste little bit of everything on a limited budget. The city maybe brimming with low-budget Chinese food on every street corner but for the foodies Royal China remains their number one choice for authenticity. A separate menu is dedicated to the dim sums so you can have a field day by digging into those juicy parcels. Royal China has a surprisingly creative dessert menu which serves more than the date pancakes. The mango pudding is sublime and a must have. Food here is spectacular with constant bursts of innovation and excellence. No wonder Royal China is so popular with the locals.
No other restaurant has as many outlets in Pune than ‘Mainland China’. Their immense popularity is fairly obvious by the swelling number of the chain and the long queue that awaits you on weekends. This Chinese serving establishment is famous due to its traditional décor and authentic food. Mainland China has in limited number of years taken over the market for Chinese food with its deliciousness and elegant interiors. Food is mind-blowing in variety and flavours. Their dim sum section is a huge hit with the regulars who often like to dive in the oriental fare with a pair of chopsticks. Desserts are mention-worthy and so is their hot seller items like General Tao’s favourite chicken and corn potato tsing hoi style. Mainland China has a number of outlets dotted all over the city with identical flavours and quality so feel free to browse and choose a place nearest to you.