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The year-end special set menu at Yauatcha is a mix of their in-house signatures.

All set

We love the fact that this Pan Asian restaurant is all about small plates {makes us feel less guilty} artfully presented food and a lovely mixture of texture and flavour. Sticking true to their style. The set menu {a five-course menu from which you can pick one dish each and end with a chef’s dessert platter} here begins with a mix salad of crunchy lotus roots, pomegranate, lettuce and baby onions.

From the steamed dim sum section, we found the Chicken Char Sui bun a bit too sweet, but had no such complaints of the juicy Prawn and Chive dumplings. We tried the crispy, meaty Duck Rolls that went perfectly well with a sweet and tangy plum sauce. LBB tip: You should not miss out on Yauatcha’s signature Fried Turnip Cakes served with crispy garlic and green onions.

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From the stir-fried section, you can opt for the Sliced Lamb in Black Pepper sauce and the Szechuan Mapo Tofu {sweet rather than spicy} to go with the spicy Hofan noodles {gets a thumbs up from us for the house-made flat noodles, tossed with meaty mushrooms, veggies and chillies}, and the vegetable fried rice with taro root and edamame. Save room for dessert, which is a sinful Hazelnut Mousse served with a delicately-flavoured Honeycomb ice cream and some Yauatcha signature macarons.

Bottom’s up

Drink 2015 out of your system with Yauatcha’s bestseller cocktail called Lalu, a a vodka, litchi juice concoction muddled with lemongrass. This drink packs in plenty of flavours as well as as punch.

Where: Level 5, 1 MG Road mall, MG Road

When: On till December 31, all-day dining

Contact: +91 9222222800

Price: INR 1,500 all inclusive per person for the five-course set menu, INR 1,250 all inclusive for the drinks menu {six drinks can be chosen per person) and INR 2,750 all inclusive for food and drinks.

Find them on Facebook here.

Check out their website here.

Yauatcha Bengaluru
Level 5, 1 MG Road Mall, MG Road,, Bengaluru
+919222222800
Starting at 1750 for 2

House Specials in a Year-End Set Menu Avatar at Yauatcha

Yauatcha Bengaluru
Bengaluru

Ten-second takeaway

The year-end special set menu at Yauatcha is a mix of their in-house signatures.

All set

We love the fact that this Pan Asian restaurant is all about small plates {makes us feel less guilty} artfully presented food and a lovely mixture of texture and flavour. Sticking true to their style. The set menu {a five-course menu from which you can pick one dish each and end with a chef’s dessert platter} here begins with a mix salad of crunchy lotus roots, pomegranate, lettuce and baby onions.

From the steamed dim sum section, we found the Chicken Char Sui bun a bit too sweet, but had no such complaints of the juicy Prawn and Chive dumplings. We tried the crispy, meaty Duck Rolls that went perfectly well with a sweet and tangy plum sauce. LBB tip: You should not miss out on Yauatcha’s signature Fried Turnip Cakes served with crispy garlic and green onions.

yauatcha1

From the stir-fried section, you can opt for the Sliced Lamb in Black Pepper sauce and the Szechuan Mapo Tofu {sweet rather than spicy} to go with the spicy Hofan noodles {gets a thumbs up from us for the house-made flat noodles, tossed with meaty mushrooms, veggies and chillies}, and the vegetable fried rice with taro root and edamame. Save room for dessert, which is a sinful Hazelnut Mousse served with a delicately-flavoured Honeycomb ice cream and some Yauatcha signature macarons.

Bottom’s up

Drink 2015 out of your system with Yauatcha’s bestseller cocktail called Lalu, a a vodka, litchi juice concoction muddled with lemongrass. This drink packs in plenty of flavours as well as as punch.

Where: Level 5, 1 MG Road mall, MG Road

When: On till December 31, all-day dining

Contact: +91 9222222800

Price: INR 1,500 all inclusive per person for the five-course set menu, INR 1,250 all inclusive for the drinks menu {six drinks can be chosen per person) and INR 2,750 all inclusive for food and drinks.

Find them on Facebook here.

Check out their website here.

The Editor of Little Black Book, Bangalore, Amrita is also a cat lady, mommy to a feisty one year old and hoarder of cookbooks and indie magazines. When this former Editor of Time Out Bangalore is not eating or cooking or reading about cooking and eating, she can be found planning her next meal, streaming the newest crime show on TV or scouting for the coolest finds in the city.

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