When you’re craving for some Chinese food (especially, the greasy Chindian kind), there’s just nothing else that can satisfy you, no? And, for folks in Whitefield, there’s quite a few options across budgets, if you are looking to tuck into some Chinese. From a swanky rooftop lounge to a ‘dhaba’ that serves Chinese specials, here’s our list of the best. Go ahead and pick up your chopsticks now.
Kung Pao To Siu Mai: Our Pick Of Chinese Restaurants In Whitefield
Sake, The Zuri
While Sake serves an array of Thai and Japanese dishes, their Chinese fare is equally tempting. Whether it’s the Braised Tofu and Shitake (with Cantonese sauce) or the Mapo Tofu (a popular Chinese special made with minced pork and tofu), they have enough options to please you. All this, while you soak in the pleasant ambience at this rooftop lounge. Throw in a drink or two, and you’ve got yourself a great meal.
Start off with the dimsum platters or the dumplings here before you move on to the more filling options like Prawns in Chilli Oyster Sauce or Tsing Hoi Chicken. They also have dishes with lobster, crab and duck, if you’re looking for something different. Pair them up with a fried rice or noodles of your choice. Not too sure about what to order? No worries; the staff will readily help you out, based on your taste preferences.
Relish sips of the tangy Tom Yum soup or load up on steaming Chicken and Mushroom Siu Mai and Crispy Szechuan Potatoes at this pan-Asian restaurant. For mains, go for the classic Wok-tossed Rice with a helping of Chicken in Oyster Scallop Sauce (which comes with peppers and Chinese Tau Chi wine) or the flavourful Chilly Coriander Prawns. They also have a selection of drinks if you’re looking to unwind with some great food.
Located in a tech park, The Wok also offers home delivery. So, next time you’re craving for some greasy Chinese dishes to tuck into but just can’t bring yourself to step out, look no further than this eatery. The Butter Garlic Fried Rice goes well with the spicy Kung Pao Chicken, or just get yourself some of their Dragon Chop Suey (available in veg, chicken and mixed versions). Oh, and did we mention it’s pocket-friendly, too?
Chinese lanterns, soft music and delicious Chinese delights (great portions at a budget, we must add) are what you’ll find at Bangalore Mandarin. While you wait for your order, you can go ahead and take a look at the Chinese Zodiac printed on their place mats. The Tom Kha Prawns Soup or the Tom Yum Soup make for a great start to your meal here. Want a blend of flavours? The spicy Chicken in Black Pepper Sauce with their Veg Hakka Noodles will sort you out.
(A relatively small place with just a few tables Shanghai Dhaba offers Chinese (the Indianised version, of couse) as well as North Indian dishes (much like its name). So don’t be surprised if you find Chicken Schezwan Chilli in the same menu as Paneer Kaju Seekh Kabab. Sticking to Chinese for the day? Available in veg and non-veg options, their selection lets you pick from soups, starters, noodles and rice. The Chicken Manchurian with its slight crunch (you can ask them to make it dry or with a semi-gravy consistency) perfectly complements the greasy noodles or the plain fried rice.