Royal China

A ride to china costs a good something but a tour-de-Chinese wok costs a fraction of that travel, welcome to Royal china. The place which does authentic Chinese to every bit. Located on the 16th floor of Eros towers, Nehru place; it gives you a great clear view of the city on a clear sky night, it is something mesmerizing.

Let me clear this one thing before I start, that Chinese is probably my last option as a cuisine when I go out to dine for the underlying reason that most of the places give you Chindian (Chinese suited to Indian taste buds) and not the real food that comes from the Sino land. But then there are few places that do it in true sense and really well which makes them real game changers.

Dim Sum platter (non-veg)
Dim Sum platter (non-veg)

The order started with the highly recommended Dim-sum platter (non-vegetarian) which carries 2 pieces each of Hargow and two separate type of chicken ones. The look was appealing but the Hargow was not as impressive as it should be, as I generally expect them to be juicier. There are times when I see an extensive and good-looking list of of main course and I simply skip the starters and here just after this one platter I jumped to the mains.

Pan-fried noodles with mixed vegetables
Pan-fried noodles with mixed vegetables

Pan-fried noodles with mixed vegetables, something as low key as this could work as mass appetite for my eyes was beyond my expectations and the taste simply smooth. The next dish was silken tofu which ensures it sticks to the word silken, with it’s perfect texture, I can clearly claim the dish had the best tofu texture I would have had in NCR, a clear winner.

Silken Tofu
Silken Tofu
Flaming fish in superior
Flaming fish in superior

The flaming fish in superior is placed on the table, then lit with fire; to give you a visual delight but the irony lies in pan-fried boneless chicken that’s served with honey and lemon sauce, seems to be most underrated by look and turns out to be a clear winner with the refined brilliance of it’s taste. The sauce so perfect that it worked wonders, even with the plain-jane Thai flat noodles or the fish.

Pan-fried boneless chicken comes with honey and lemon reduction
Pan-fried boneless chicken comes with honey and lemon reduction
Stir-fried mixed vegetable
Stir-fried mixed vegetable

Last but not the least was Stir-fried mixed vegetables done in Cantonese style with minimal spices. If you happen to have a taste developed for it, then dive it and give it a try and you won’t regret. In all, the place is a visual delight for anyone who can consume this beauty with it’s bare eyes. So seek no more and dive.

Mixed platter
Mixed platter

The PLF for the place is 2500 INR for 2, the place can be contacted on (011)33106584 and the suggested orders are silken tofu, pan-fried boneless chicken with honey and lemon reduction & Pan-fried noodles with mixed vegetables.

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