This Restaurant Is An Epitome Of Asian Food, Culture & Value For Money

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What Makes It Awesome?

The quote by Virginia Wolf - One cannot think well, love well, sleep well if one has not dined well is a voracious modern reality. Be it Indian cuisines, or any food across continents, you can easily get it on your table. Just ask. One of the city explorations is Pa Pa Ya - a cult Asian destination that transmits you straight to the streets of Thailand, China, Japan, Malaysia, Korea, Indonesia, and Singapore.

Pa Pa Ya is a reinvention of the Asian cuisines breaking all myths, and offering a sensory experience. From the House of Massive Restaurants, this chic Asian Bistro & Tapas is progressive and exuberant. With three outlets across Mumbai, Pa Pa Ya is going great. Lets me take you through the BKC outlet.

Pa Pa Ya, BKC outlet is situated in the heart of the city easy to commute to and fro. Amidst sky high buildings and the corporate promised land, it shines to glory. The transparent cold glass walls is an Epigamia to the internal South Asian ambience stretched out to make ways for patrons. There's a chic bar which boasts of its moving wooden roof and physical appearance. With two sets of seating preferences, you can opt for private dining on the sofas, or simply choose the upholstered chairs extremely light in weight. What more, the background music is just numero uno.

When it comes to food, Pa Pa Ya has placed special focus on creating a culinary experience of molecular gastronomy keeping in mind social, artistic, and technical components. With local fresh produce and chef's intelligence, food is crafted to give a flavourful combination of different cuisines with Indian spices. There is soups, salads, tapas, sliders & wraps, staples rice, sushi roll, sashimi, dim sum, bao and many more.

Some of the signature dishes from the new menu include Carrot Truffle and Cream Cheese dim sum, Cheung Fung dim sum, Shao Mai dim sum, Lo Mai Gai dim sum, Glutinous Rice and Xia Long Bao. You can either opt for veg, chicken or prawns. For desserts, there is Mochi Ice-cream, a miraculous Japanese match of mochi dough, and magnificent ice-creams in different flavours.

Pa Pa Ya is not the usual place to have food. It's is a mix & match of culture and tradition that's an amazing treat to your taste buds. So feast yourself and have the best food ever.

How Much Did It Cost?

₹1,000 - ₹3,000

Best To Go With?

Family, Big Group, Bae, Kids