On The Lookout For A Place Serving Asian Cuisine? Pop By This Place Right Away

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What Makes It Awesome?

Searching for a classy place that serves some amazing and lip-smacking Asian cuisine then you've got your match. Asian Town, in Fort, is one of the best places that I've been to for some great Asian food. They serve Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Malaysian cuisines, so if you're planning on trying these cuisines for the first time or are a fan of these cuisines then this is the right place for you. They have some amazing varieties in food as well as drinks. They have sushi's, bao's, appetizers, Mains, rice bowls etc. Even if you're not an alcohol lover they've got you covered with their mocktails.

The dishes I tried:
1) Cocktails: They've got ample drinks to choose from when it comes to cocktails and hard drinks so you can go nuts with their drinks over here.

¶ Devils Love
¶ Smoked Asian jazz
¶ Electric sky(LIIT)

All three of these cocktails were pretty amazing, not only did they taste great, their presentation of these cocktails was neat and simply beautiful. If you're looking for some camera friendly and user-friendly you cocktails then you've got to try them at this place.

2) Appetizers :

¶ Tiger Uramaki: This is my favourite types of sushi's, this Tiger uramaki had shrimp tempura and avocado an amazing combination when it comes to sushis. If you're planning on having sushi's for the first time then this is the one you should go for and if you're a sushi lover like me then you should definitely go for this.

¶ Teriyaki Tender Loin: A nice buff meat cooked in some delicious sauces that really enhances the flavour of the tenderloin. Not very tough, a nice and medium. Would surely recommend going for this if you like Buffalo meat.

3) Mains:

¶ Roasted Lamb: Mostly it's a gravy dish that comes with roasted lamb, shallots and mushrooms. The shallots and mushrooms tasted amazing, the lamb, on the other hand, was a little tough and could have been a little tender, it would be an amazing dish if the lamb was a little more tender.

¶ Pad Thai: A Thai style noodles stir-fried with tofu, sprouts and spring onions. This comes in customizations, be it fish, chicken or vegetarian. I had gone for chicken which tasted quite delicious, the noodles in itself tasted pretty good and the chicken was just the icing on the cake.

4) Dessert:

¶ Sacher: A dark chocolate Mousse in a raspberry jelly served on a wheat cookie tart. The presentation of this dish was on point and the taste too was on point. A dessert that I would surely recommend going to this place.

¶ Banh Chuoi Nuong: A banana cake with chocolate glazed and some delicious chocolate cream with caramelized bananas on top, a dish that didn't really look that great but taste wise it was pretty delicious. Would suggest that they pay a little more attention to the presentation of the dish as the taste itself is amazing.

On the whole quite an amazing place to visit with friends or family for some quality time with some quality food. A great place to try out some Asian cuisines. The service I received also was pretty good, the servers knew what they were doing and suggested me some delicious and mouth watering dishes.

Ambience 4.5/5
Food 5/5
Service 5/5
Recommended 5/5

How Much Did It Cost?

₹1,000 - ₹3,000

Best To Go With?

Family, Big Group, Bae

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