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Excellent Chinese restaurant located at the Grand Hyatt hotel. The food was delicious, probably the most authentic Asian restaurant in Mumbai I have encountered so far. The home style braised eggplant I had was very yummy, as was the chicken corn soup with egg. Service was very attentive. The ambiance was lovely, very chic design, suitable for a business dinner but also for a gathering of family and friends. The layout of the restaurant created a number of intimate spaces, including booths for 4-6 people and regular tables. Recommended !
China Kitchen in Hyatt Regency New Delhi is the OG restaurant, from where Peking Duck started being served in India and till date is one of , if not the best in terms of Peking Duck preparation in India. China House which is located in Grand Hyatt Mumbai and other Hyatt properties across India are the same as China Kitchen but not with the same title , just like there is only one OG Bukhara at ITC Maurya but other ITC and WelcomeHotels have Peshawari which is pretty much the same , maybe a bit cheaper. So we had just checked into Grand Hyatt and then we had to leave for some work the day we arrived in Mumbai. After completing everything we were pretty tired and even though we had plans of trying other restaurants in Mumbai we just decided to crash in and just eat at the Hotel. We were undecided if we wanted to have Chinese or Italian as both the restaurants in Grand Hyatt are very famous and award winning. Eventhough the Italian restaurant doesn't exist in Delhi we just decided to have a lighter meal for dinner so went to China House. The entry to China House is quite a walk and to reach it one has to go via the Indian restaurant which I found to be a bit peculiar. Also the Toyroom Club is located in the basement to the side of the restaurant so weekend evenings one can definitely feel the "music" . Apart from these the restaurant has a very Classic feel to it , a massive wooden door is the entrance and then one enters the chic restaurant. There are many different types of seating options like the outdoors where hookah is also served, but in the sultry Bombay it was a no go for us. Then there are private dining rooms and private areas aswell as the normal common area. We were at the side of the private area in the common seating table. Once we placed our order we were promptly brought some pickeled Vegetables and some sugar and spice coated Cashews. Both were perfect to start the meal. We just ordered 2 items which were - Chicken and Asparagus Fried Rice and Claypot Chicken with Bamboo Shoots in Chilli Sauce. The items did take a good 20+ mins to reach which is acceptable as the food was prepared fresh for sure. 1) Chicken and Asparagus Fried Rice - A good portion of fried was served in the order which is definitely a great thing especially as it's a 5 star hotel and a fine dining restaurant. The Fried rice was tasty by itself and to make it even better use one of the sauces on the side - Chilli Oil or the Sweet Chilli and Garlic Sauce. What I did personally was , I would eat one bit of the rice with my chicken , follow it with a few bites of chilli oil and finally take a small spoonful of sweet chilli sauce with the fried rice. The combination in my opinion worked wonders. 2) Claypot Chicken with Smoked Bamboo Shoots in Chilli Sauce - This was a beautifully presented dish , even more than the fried rice which ofcourse was also pretty. This was also a good portion of food and had a great mix of veggies and chicken. The chicken was very well cooked and was succulent. The sauce itself was not too spicy even when has with the chilli but did have a slight tingling kick to it. Great taste all in all. Overall we got what we expected in terms of food. Pricing obviously is decently expensive but it wasn't too bad either. Costed us 3300 for 2 dishes which was ample for 2 people. Service was just decent , nothing great. The food definitely made it worth it.
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