This place was on my checklist from a long long time and yesterday it was finally checked out. Yayyy!! And I am really delight that we chose this place for a weekend dinner.
The ambiance is simple and yet so quirky and creative all with the theme of Asia, the walls feel like the scene from movie Kung fu Panda. The sitting arrangement was nothing fancy, just casual looking colorful steel chairs which were looking so damn cute, I am gonna buy similar for my home soon. They have an indoor and rooftop sitting, we opted for the rooftop, as its good to enjoy nature while having dinner.
Love the drinks over their, amazing taste and quirky name. We tried Isfahaan (it was a Vodka drink with a combination of Grape and lychee juice with rose syrup), Fatty sour (was actually Whisky sour with a blend of raspberries) and my personal favorite Double Jade (Gin blended with kiwi, khus and kaffir lime)
For appetizers we chose the thing they are famous for, BAO … Teriyaki Chicken Bao and Spicy Chicken and Celery Gyoza which are actually pan-seared dumplings. I am gonna go there again for the Bao and will try all other options, they tasted juicy and delicious.
I miss Maggie noodles like crazy, and when I got the chance to over come that craving in a better way.. than of course I am not gonna miss it. We order three kinds of Ramen, Spicy red chili chicken (chili broth, dashi with meon grass, minced chicken kaffir lime. with sauteed leeks, scallion and egg), Exotic Mushroom Ramen (Mushroom broth with broccoli, renkan chips, assorted mushroom, crispy onion and smoked sweet corn), it was a heaven for mushroom lover, like my husband. Mine was the Lamb Tsukune Ramen (Miso and korean chili paste broth with sauteed spinach, sweet corn, sprouts, minced lamb meatballs and pickled egg) , it was great but too much for single person to complete, specially after eating starters.
Though we were full till top, still you know me… My dinner does not get finished without dessert, so after reading the dessert menu for good 10 minutes, we order one The Fatty Hill – which was a mint centered chocolate pyramid, with almond praline, rice crispies and vanilla ice cream.
I loved the presentation and the vanilla ice cream quenelle, reminds me of my favorite Masterchef Australia contestant – Reynold Poernomo.The dessert was YUM YUM!! Look for yourself –
Food : 3.5 /5
Ambiance : 4/5
Price : 3.5/5
Overall : 4/5