Pune, October 10, 2018: Alas! The food aficionados of Pune to get the taste of authentic Chinese and delightful Cantonese dishes in the city. In the dearth of genuine Chinese food in Pune, Royal China comes as a pleasant blessing. Time to elevate the taste buds with the new and enticing range of lip-smacking dishes added to the already elaborate menu at this fine dining Chinese restaurant.
Royal China may have its roots in Mumbai, but Punekars need not travel to Mumbai to enjoy these delectable dishes. The restaurant which was earlier part of Westin is now a stand-alone restaurant and serves the most authentic Chinese and Cantonese dishes at Westin, Koregaon Park.
With an aim to serve authentic taste, Royal China aces it by keeping at par with constantly evolving and emerging trends and tastes from around the world. The restaurant seems to be a perk for vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian with their specially curated menu for the foodies. The menu is nothing like the one in any run of the mill eatery. All the dishes are very well curated to best suit the taste palates of pleasure-seeking gastronome.
This plush and sophisticated place is best known to serve varieties of dimsums and dumplings. The new addition includes Spinach and Cheese Dumpling, Pumpkin Dumpling and Truffle and Edamame Dumpling are the highlight for vegetarians. The latter is sure to be a favorite among the meat lovers too. In addition to this, the veg lovers can indulge in appetizers like Mock Duck Puff, Onion pancake, Turnip Cake with burnt garlic and Coconut Bao. The main course having variants in rice, noodles and stir fries are truly satiating.
Whereas Steamed whole fish, Crabmeat Dumpling, Scallop Siu Mai Dumpling, Burnt garlic Calamari and Crispy salt and pepper lobster are the treat for sea food lovers. The gourmet can excite their taste buds with the recently added range of Tenderlion dishes in the menu. Also, Peking Duck Dumplings, Poached Chicken Dumpling with Chilli Soya, Mongolian Fried chicken are to make non-vegetarians happy.
Those with the sweet tooth cannot miss Chocolate mud cake, Apple or Banana toffee fritters, classic Honey noodles and last but not the least Lai wong bao – Custard buns which the restaurant swears by.
The food served here is loaded with taste and lighter on pocket as the restaurant has reduced the base rates of alcohol and food as well. Also, being the stand-alone restaurant the VAT on food and alcohol has come down to 5% from the initial 18%
In addition to the delectable Cantonese dishes, the restaurant having a seating capacity of 114 people also has an extensive bar offering fine wines and hand-crafted cocktails. They are also offering exclusives lunch deals. The restaurant is so well spaced that it makes an ideal place for small family gatherings and Kitty parties.
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