A chic Cantonese restaurant, Yauatcha has outposts in Mumbai, Kolkata and Bengaluru. This fine-dining eatery is well-loved for its wide range of dim sum offerings, modern Cantonese dishes and European-inspired desserts
Located in the heart of South Mumbai, KOKO offers lip-smacking Cantonese-style dim sum and pan-Asian dishes in a trendy setting. Chef Eric Sifu whips up delectable plates such as Crystal Dumplings
This vibrant gastropub has locations in Mumbai, Kolkata and Bengaluru. The Fatty Bao’s expert culinary team serves delicious modern pan-Asian dishes made using the freshest local ingredients.
At this upscale eatery, chef Lin Lin Yang dishes authentic Chinese plates that are made with the best-quality ingredients. We highly recommend San:Qi’s Steamed Lobster in Black Bean Sauce with Glass Noodles
Located on the 37th floor of The St. Regis, By The Mekong offers panoramic views of the Mumbai skyline. The eatery’s new menu by chef Raymond Wong includes dishes that showcase home-style cooking made
The iconic House of Ming reopened in May with a brand new look. The eatery’s new interiors are evocative of the oriental architecture of the Ming dynasty and the food is a marriage of Sichuan, Cantonese and Hunan cuisines.
Situated on the ninth floor of The Oberoi, Baoshuan is a wildly popular Chinese rooftop restaurant. Their food offerings include beautifully plated and flavourful dishes from 14 different regions of China
Nestled in the quaint bylanes of the Tangra neighbourhood of Kolkata, this casual eatery is often described as the best Chinese restaurant in Kolkata
Established in 1960, this eatery serves hearty Indo-Chinese and Indian dishes in a relaxed ambience. The interiors of Flavours of China are a nod to the ’60s. Highlights from their large menu include Hakka Noodles,
Reimagining regional Chinese cuisine with a modern approach is Cantan’s expertise. The ambience of the restaurant is reminiscent of cosy Shanghai bars. Cantan’s Fiery Prawns, Dan Dan Noodles, Pumpkin and Asparagus Spring Rolls,