-By Swati Sucharita
It is on the same premises as the erstwhile F9 Diner's and the ambience remains the same, spacious, with lots of natural light and wooden furniture. On the menu is a host of North Indian and Chinese names, with a couple of Andhra and Hyderabadi dishes like Fish Pulusu and Mutton Dum Biryani thrown in. The beverages menu also offers a good number of choices, with Mint Ginger Cooler and Chinese soups like Manchow (chicken, vegetable) are quite good, albeit with a saltier, Andhra touch. Starters like Veg spring rolls, Apollo Fish, Chicken 65, Hong Kong Chicken, Taipei Chicken abound, in fact the sheer number of chicken dishes listed under both starters and main courses is impressive! In Indian fare, Dal Panchratan and Methi Malai Mutter are okay. There is a number of paneer and vegetable dishes, like Kadhai Paneer, Paneer Shahi Korma, veg Kolhapuri etc, also a host of chicken dishes, like Methi Chicken, Chicken Dahi etc. There are the usual desserts like Rasmalai, Gulab Jamun etc and there is also the Chinese Fried Ice cream (three scoops per serving!). Serving sizes are large and the service is enthusiastic.
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