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In a city whose streets are speckled with more Chinese food joints – big or small – than grocery stores, Royal China stands out thanks to the spectacular (and authentic) oriental fare it dishes out. The décor is simple and understated, and good food is clearly the cynosure here, from a heart-stopping buttery puff stuffed with sweetish minced roast pork to a crispy, greasy spring roll crammed with slightly chewy but scrumptious shreds of duck meat, plump siu mai dumplings (which are paper-thin dough pockets holding subtly spiced chicken and prawn), and chunks of fried, soft corn curd for vegetarians. For mains, prick your fork into some tender Cambodian basa flavoured with chilli oil and spring onion, or pork sautéed in yellow bean sauce (spicy and coupled with crunchy water chestnuts!) with a yeung chow fried rice or Hong Kong soya noodles if you want to skip the meat-fest – truly royal, truly Chinese.
The aroma of Chinese food has the power to draw any true foodie and if he is in Pune then it’s a no-brainer where he will go. The answer is ‘Royal China’ in Koregaon Park which has always been an old favourite of the city crowd. In the food circuit it is known to be one of the oldest Chinese restaurant in the city and one of the most delicious too. Though there are many Chinese establishments big and small dotted all over the city, Royal China stands out due to its creativity and spectacular food. Royal China is encased at The Westin Hotel, Business Park, Pune and is a much visited place by the local families and enthusiastic foodies. The décor of the restaurant is quite simple and oriental looking. The focus remains on the food however, which is innovative and mouth-wateringly delicious. The quiet elegance of the restaurant is peaceful and ideal for a relaxed evening.
The menu of Royal China is wonderfully equipped with varieties of aromatic curries, fragrant rice and noodles and succulent dim sums. They also do an all-you-can-eat buffet along with a special tasting menu which is affordable and great for a diner with limited funds. The food is authentic and spectacular. Good news is that they have an entirely separate menu for dim sums which showcases these lovely parcels in their best form. Kick start your meal with BBQ spare ribs, wonton soups. Salt & pepper squid, duck noodle soup, peking duck, fried soft corn curd, satay chicken, crispy seaweed, bacon wrapped prawns, chicken coriander soup, minced chicken wrapped with lettuce, steamed tenderloin balls, seafood dumpling with ginger & chilli oil, chicken mushroom bun and sesame paper prawn roll. Delight in cheung fun in fish, chicken, fried prawn and roast pork variety.
Pair pan fried noodles or egg fried rice with some aromatic curries like flaming prawns in superior sauce, Singapore chilli crab, chicken in black pepper sauce, wasabi tenderloin, mapo tofu, sautéed pork with yellow bean sauce, lamb with chilli oil & spring onion, pan fried sliced fish in wine sauce, sweet & sour chicken, fresh lobster in wasabi mayonnaise sauce and prawns in XO sauce. The Chinese have some great desserts too like mud cake, chilled mango pudding, honey noodles and fried crispy or steamed buns with creamy custard filling. At Royal China meal could be expensive but is entirely satisfying.
Main cuisine served at Royal - The Chinese Restaurant is Chinese.
₹2500 (approx.) for two at Royal - The Chinese Restaurant.
No, Royal - The Chinese Restaurant serves both veg and non-veg dishes.
Royal - The Chinese Restaurant restaurant timing For Today : 12:00 PM to 03:30 PM, 07:00 PM to 11:30 PM
No, Royal - The Chinese Restaurant does not serve buffet.
No, Royal - The Chinese Restaurant does not serve alcohol.
No, Royal - The Chinese Restaurant doesn't play live music.
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