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Top 9 Pan Asian Restaurants In Mumbai!

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Top 9 Pan Asian Restaurants in Mumbai!


A cuisine is a characteristic style of cooking practices and traditions usually associated with a specific culture. Asia, being the largest and most populous continent, is home to many cultures, many of which have their own characteristic cuisine. Pan Asain cuisine is the new trending favourite of many that is the reason we decided to list the top restaurants serving Pan Asian cuisine in Mumbai.

1. DRAGONFLY EXPERIENCE


@experiencedragonfly is a beautiful initiative by @priyanksukhija the serial restaurateur and @badboyshah the famous Indian Rapper spread over 8000 sq. ft. This place is rightly called the TajMahal of Restaurants with a very dreamy ambience including shimmering dragonflies and aerial artwork. For all the party people get ready to dance to the beats of celebrity DJ’s. Coming to the dishes we loved their one of a kind Raw Papaya Salad. We also tried their Morel Mushroom, Crispy Garlic Almond Prawnsfrom the Bar Tapas menu. The Vegetable Salsa Sushi is a really perfect combination of Japanese and Mexican tastes. The Singapore Chilli Crab Dumpling is an amazing delight. Mango Avocado is another unique dish that you must try. This was all about starters and appetizers digging into the main course we had their Lebanese Eggplant, Mushroom Blue cheese, Dragon Spice Fried Rice and all of them were remarkable. When it comes to hospitality, team at Dragon Fly Mumbai is just top notch. We would totally recommend you to visit this place if you are a party person or someone looking for incredible Pan Asian food.

LOCATION          : Marol, Mumbai
AVERAGE COST: 1100 for two people (approx.)

2. SHIBUII


@shibuiibistro is a beautiful Pan Asian Bistro located at Bandra West. Shibuii translated to English means particular aesthetic of simple, subtle, and unobtrusive beauty which is clearly seen in their ambience. They have a combination of attractive as well as comfortable blue and yellow seating. They also have an attractive bar towards the right. For starters we tried their Hang Chicken, Singapore Crab Meat, Tokyo Pork, Thai Curry Green, Mutton Shank and all of them were exceptional in terms of balance of flavors. We also tried their Som Tom Salad which was really something different. Steamed Edammame, Steamed Tofu, Imported Avocado, are some delights that are hard to find elsewhere. Tokyo Shoyu Eamen Chicken soup was really mouthwatering. The highlight of this place is their Pea Butterfly Garlic Fried Rice Vegetable. It is a delight to watch as well as consume. Also the Morning Glory is a great dish prepared from the inside of a special flower that blooms only in the morning. Overall you will get to try a lot of unique Pan Asian dishes that you may not even have heard about before.

LOCATION          : Bandra, Mumbai
AVERAGE COST: 2000 for two people (approx.)

3. JIA THE ORIENTAL KITCHEN


Owned by the founders of Royal China, @jia_theorientalkitchen, in Mandarin it means ‘I love my family’. The ambiance of this place ensures you have a complete fine dining experience. The restaurant is elegantly designed with large grey honey combs as part of its decor. One thing to note is that their working hours are strictly with respect to the average lunch and dinner timings. Coming to food, their menu is vast, spanning everything from a vegetarian dim sum platter to succulent prawns in Japanese tobanjan sauce. However, some of their most recommended tryouts are Dimsum (Jain), Fried Turnip cake, Prawn Sushi, melting chocolate Dom, Spicy Hargow Prawn. Everything served had the perfect authentic touch to it. The staff helps you with the minutest doubt you might have on the menu. The service is top notch and time between all the dishes is decent so that you could savour it`s taste ! Overall this place is highly recommended for a fine dining Pan Asian food experience with your family.

LOCATION          : Colaba, Mumbai
AVERAGE COST: 2500 for two people (approx.)

4. KOFUKU


@kofukujapanese is an awarded restaurant serving authentic Japanese food. They have traditional Japanese seating where you are provided with tatami mats with a sake bar, option to sit on a regular dining table is also available. Their staff is really efficient and courteous. We tried their Tofu Salad which was delicious. Carpaccio for vegetarians – Zucchini Carpaccio while Hamachi Carpaccio for non-vegetarians both are really good. We also loved their appetizers Rock Corn Tempura, Miso Nasu Shigiyaki both veg but delightful. I honestly loved their selection of Sake and Cocktails. Coming to the Sushi they serve a variety of Sushi in both Veg as well as Non-Veg. We tried Oh My God Sushi in Non-Veg which was amazing but I personally preferred the Veg Sushi (Super Crunchy Roll) more. I never thought I would eat vegetarian Sushi and actually prefer that over Non-Vegetarian Sushi. Even their Yaki Udon Noodles veg again is commendable. Their Teppan Yaki Fried Rice available in both veg and non-veg is worth a try. To conclude I can say this place is perfect for probably the only Japanese restaurant serving such diverse Vegetarian selections.

LOCATION          :  Bandra, Mumbai
AVERAGE COST: 2300 for two people (approx.)

5. KEIBA


@keibamumbai, the authentic oriental food space, invites diners to explore the unique cuisine of the Yunnan region which is China’s sixth large province and is considered one of China’s beautiful regions. When a restaurant replaces the iconic Olive at Mahalaxmi Racecourse, naturally one steps in with high expectations. The spacious seating areas, high-octane bar and chic décor are eye-catching and exude a warm vibe. The menus are exhaustive and apparently in the kitchen too, the sections are strictly divided. The bar menu is equally an exercise in choices. Oriental delights like ‘Asian Grills’, ‘Dim Sum’, etc, main course and desserts are what you can expect. The ‘Crispy Prawn Cheung Fun’ or ‘Silky Rice Noodle Roll’ boasts of the perfect elasticity and simply melts in the mouth and are one of their most recommended dishes. Vegetarians can gorge on the unique ‘Miso Aubergine Gunkan’ and the pan-seared ‘Forest Mushroom Bun’. The food here is replete with fresh, high-quality ingredients. The service and the recommendation given by the staff is good. Overall if you are looking for a space that will stand out in Mumbai and will provide memorable experiences every time, then this should be your go-to spot.

LOCATION          : Mahalaxmi, Mumbai
AVERAGE COST: 2000 for two people (approx.)

6. ROYAL CHINA


@royalchinaindia, was jointly started by 3 Parsi entrepreneurs to serve authentic Chinese food bearing in mind the constantly evolving and emerging trends and tastes from around the world. They have combined the traditional and contemporary elements of Cantonese cuisine. The decor is subtle and infused with modern design. Once comfortably seated, we decided to begin our feast with a bunch of their Dim Sums. We also managed to try Lotus Root, Diced Vegetables in Lettuce Wrap, Chicken Soya Noodles, Flaming Fish and for dessert Mango Pudding. We experienced authentic Chinese and Cantonese cuisine with a flare of fine dining hospitality. We strongly recommend that you make a reservation considering the popularity of the outlet. They also have a special dim sum lunch and an executive lunch during the week. In addition to the delectable Cantonese dishes, they also offer an extensive list in fine wines. This is an expensive restaurant and also a favourite with many celebrities. A special shout out to the kitchen and service team who ensured our experience was nothing less than royal.

LOCATION          : Fort, Mumbai.
AVERAGE COST: 2500 for two people (approx.)

7. ALL STIR FRY


@allstirfry is a funky modern venue for a range of pan-Asian street food dishes in a bustling dining room. This outlet is much smaller than the Colaba one, but the pretty view makes up for it. All Stir Fry at the Gordon House hotel in Colaba made the humble stir-fry seem incredibly cool. While the À la carte menu is exciting, it is the ‘make-your-own wok’ that is the main attraction here. This outlet is located in Waterson’s Hotel in Andheri, and while the menu and concept stay the same, the décor is quite different. They also have a children’s wok, which is priced lower than the regular one. Wooden doors with tall glass that overlooks a patch of greenery, white tables and chairs, and colourful lamps hanging from the ceiling make this outlet look and feel very different.
We tried Asian vegetable salad, Ching Mai Prawns, Kung pao, Nasi Goreng rice, Phad Thai Noodles, Tum Tim Grob, Rendang etc. The Food was scrumptious and well presented, carried away with the courteous staff and friendly service. This place is all set to satiate every craving when it comes to Asian cuisine.

LOCATION          : Marol, Mumbai
AVERAGE COST: 2000 for two people (approx.)

8. IMPERIAL CHINA


Call it a perfect treat for all Chinese food lovers as @hiltonmumbai brings to you China’s most celebrated tradition the ‘Yum Cha’ food festival to the city. This was our first visit to @hilton and we experienced simple and classy ambience with royal looking upholstery and tapestry. Back in China, ‘Yum Cha’ is a popular Cantonese tradition of brunch, involving refreshing Chinese tea and dim sum. Culminating the same at this festival, the exquisite wide spread curated by skilled sous chef Thomas Lai will let the guests savour the culinary essence with authentic dishes like Vegetable Momo, Lamb Dumpling, Pork Tangerine, Chicken Shu Mai, Prawn Shanghai, Fish Oyster and more. End this peculiar joint with a host of scrumptious desserts namely Honey Noodles with Ice Cream, Date Pancake With Ice Cream. With an elaborate array of vegetarian and non-vegetarian delicacies and delectable desserts, this is a meal you just can’t miss! A special thanks to Chef Thomas, Ritesh and IBA from Service team for a perfect evening…

LOCATION          :Andheri, Mumbai
AVERAGE COST: 3500 for two people (approx.)

9. NOM NOM


@nomnom_mumbai, a sister outlet of the popular South East Asian restaurant in Andheri. The restaurant looks tiny from the outside and you don’t really expect a lot of space inside, but as soon as you enter the grandeur hits you. Coming to the overall ambiance you will notice a wooden décor, high ceilings and the sense of space and privacy even when largely occupied i.e. it’s not just about it being a big restaurant but also the fact that it is dimly lit to give privacy to those out on a romantic date. Even though the restaurant is dimly lit, there is enough light coming from the glass facades. There’s also a bar and a sushi bar, where you can see your food being made.Talking about their food, some of their top recommended dishes are Salmon Sushi, Crispy Chicken, Khao Suey etc. You can also try their Wanton Soup vegetable, Asian style clear soup, etc. Food is very well presented also the staff were very well updated with their menu. Overall it’s the kind of place you want to sit with friends and have a good time without the raucousness of a pub or the wallet-mauling fine-dine joints.

LOCATION          : Bandra, Mumbai

AVERAGE COST: 2200 for two people (approx.)

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