-By Rashmi Uday Singh
Malad residents are now enjoying Tibetan with a Thai/ Chinese twist. For the last eight years, the flagship Oishiwara location (24–30 seats) has been serving moist momos, hearty noodle soup and Thukpa to their regulars in air-conditioned comfort. Avoid the Thai in favour of the plump Tibetan pancake. Instead of venturing over to the Chinese menu after having your fill of momos, try one of their specialties instead - Bamboo Rice, Claypot Rice, Chicken Barbeque, Tibetan Flan Noodles, Sernyaa Pan-fried Noodles or Lhasa Gaduk Noodles. Ye of sweet tooth, please note - no desserts here; just soft drinks and mineral water on the side.
Review posted within last 6 month
Sernyaa is located near to my place and i often pay visit to the restaurant. i like the place. it is simple and ordinary with minimal decoration. food is good too. i like their bamboo rice, chicken barbeque and sernyaa pan-fried noodles. rest of the things are average. chicken barbeque is something i love at this place and never had better than here. service of the place is fast and waiters are prompt. you need not wait long for the food.
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