-By Rashmi Uday Singh
Amid the Chinese motifs and dragons in this sprawling 100-seater restaurant, you can look forward to decent Punjabi and Chinese fare served with a flair. Start with soup (Manchow or Tom-Yum), bite into Chicken Wrapped Prawns or Surmai and follow-up with Soft-fried Noodles, Steamed Fish, Chicken with Plum Sauce and Vegetables in Blackbean Sauce. European/Global fans enjoy the Baked Fish, Fettuccine and Florentine. The Great Wall in Kandivali is part of a three-in-one restaurant complex that also houses an international cocktail bar, Xanadu (where live ghazals set the mood) and a banquet hall for 1,000 guests.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
I was reluctantly brought in by college friends and I could not say much. However, to my pleasure, this was a new discovery and now i have become a regular customer and i don?t miss any chance to come here.
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