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Sunday Brunch Scenes Sorted At This New Asian Place In Borivali πŸ₯ŸπŸ₯🍜

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What Makes It Awesome?

Thinking about one amazing place to have proper Sunday brunch having authentic Asian cuisines? East Asia has got you covered. You can get a Saturday Buffet at just Rs. 475 + tax and Sunday Brunch at just Rs. 625 + tax and trust me after going to this place and trying their food, every penny would seem worth it!

Went here with a bunch of friends for a brunch. We loved that aesthetic vibes of Asia. Decent ambience.

We ordered:
-Sepen Soup: This soup was a little on the spicier side and had authentic Tibetan flavours with tofu added to it. Enjoyed this soup.
-East Asian Delight: This was a spinach and edamame soup and fried noodles added to it and garnished with almonds on top. Loved the flavour.
-Cottage Cheese Spinach Dimsums: Dimsums was soft with a good blend of cottage cheese and spinach and cooked so well and didn't taste bland at all.
-Tempura Asparagus Sushi: The plating done was amazing, served with pickled ginger and wasabi and soy sauce and it tasted pretty well. But it did feel a bit hard to eat.
-Crispy Lotus Root Salt and Pepper: Lotus stems were delicious and crispy and we completed the entire plate.
-Paneer Tamarind Chili Basil: Soft paneer tossed in tamarind chilli paste and this dish was a total delight.
-Burnt Garlic Fried Rice: The rice were appropriately cooked with a proper garlic flavour. Don't miss out on this rice.
-Vietnamese Fried Rice: Please avoid this dish Served along with peanuts and fried onions, this dish tasted pretty bad.
-Hakka Noodles: They were normal but tasty.
-Asian Herb Noodles: This tasted pretty normal, nothing great. We didn't find any such herbed flavour in it.
-Chilli Oyster Sauce: This gravy tasted so delicious! You can enjoy it with fried rice. Loved it. A little spicy flavour made it delicious.
-Burnt Garlic Sauce: This gravy had loads of veggies properly cooked giving it a proper garlic flavour.
-Chocolate Sushi: I didn't like this dessert much. It lacked the actual dessert feels. Very less amount of chocolate syrup was added inside the sushi. You should pick other desserts.
-Date Pancakes: well they were kinda rolls stuffed with dates and other dry fruits and served with vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce drizzled all over! This dessert is not a miss.

We also ordered two types of mocktails, one was some raw mango flavoured and some berry flavoured. Both of them were extra sweet.

Loved the authentic Asian vibes at this place and food had by heart, although drinks are a little disappointment over here.

How Much Did It Cost?

β‚Ή1,000 - β‚Ή3,000

Best To Go With?

Family, Big Group, Bae, Kid