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Updated about 12hrs ago

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  • 80% Complete (success)
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  • 70% Complete (success)
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  • 70% Complete (success)

Mainland China's one-year-old, two-storied Madhapur outlet is as buzzing as the older Begumpet one, and its popularity at both venues, both as an a la carte fine-dining option, as well as its more pocket-friendly lunch buffets through the week, continues to soar. The new menu has more dimsum platters, such as Pangrilled Crab Cakes, Pan fried Spinach and Pak choy dumplings, and Steamed Chicken Rice Pearls. Wok tossed Lamb with Garlic and Blackbean and Steamed Fish With Pixiang Bean Sauce are recommended non-veg starters, and the Wok Tossed Babycorn And Mushroom With Pixiang Bean Sauce is good for vegetarians. In soups, Longevity Ginseng is a healthy option, other than the usual clear soups. Maoshi Chicken In A Clay Pot and Chicken In Chengdu Pickled Chilli Sauce work well as main courses, with Black Pepper Fried Rice. Or you could team Broken Noodles with Zucchini, with Pan Braised Broccoli and Tofu with Dry Red Chillies. Crackling Spinach, Hunan Prawns, Tsing Hoi Chicken continue to be popular classics. Date Ice cream with roasted almonds is a great new dessert add. A new set menu option is the Emperor's Feast, valid for a minimum of two persons dining between Mondays and Fridays only for dinner, priced at '678 (all inclusive) for non veg and '628 for veg options. It comes with a soup, a couple of starters, five main courses, and three desserts. The weekday non veg lunch buffet menu is priced at '472 ('412 for veg) and on weekends, its '531, ('472 for veg).

Updated about 12hrs ago

  • Food
  • 80% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 70% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 70% Complete (success)

Mainland China's one-year-old, two-storied Madhapur outlet is as buzzing as the older Begumpet one, and its popularity at both venues, both as an a la carte fine-dining option, as well as its more pocket-friendly lunch buffets through the week, continues to soar. The new menu has more dimsum platters, such as Pangrilled Crab Cakes, Pan fried Spinach and Pak choy dumplings, and Steamed Chicken Rice Pearls. Wok tossed Lamb with Garlic and Blackbean and Steamed Fish With Pixiang Bean Sauce are recommended non-veg starters, and the Wok Tossed Babycorn And Mushroom With Pixiang Bean Sauce is good for vegetarians. In soups, Longevity Ginseng is a healthy option, other than the usual clear soups. Maoshi Chicken In A Clay Pot and Chicken In Chengdu Pickled Chilli Sauce work well as main courses, with Black Pepper Fried Rice. Or you could team Broken Noodles with Zucchini, with Pan Braised Broccoli and Tofu with Dry Red Chillies. Crackling Spinach, Hunan Prawns, Tsing Hoi Chicken continue to be popular classics. Date Ice cream with roasted almonds is a great new dessert add. A new set menu option is the Emperor's Feast, valid for a minimum of two persons dining between Mondays and Fridays only for dinner, priced at '678 (all inclusive) for non veg and '628 for veg options. It comes with a soup, a couple of starters, five main courses, and three desserts. The weekday non veg lunch buffet menu is priced at '472 ('412 for veg) and on weekends, its '531, ('472 for veg).

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