A decent Indo-Chinese restaurant.

After trying Gabbar grills we could not resist trying the Chinese options either so we were back again.

Its a combined restaurant with two separate kitchens offering Indian and #Chinese cuisine under one roof. The restaurant is decently sized who can accommodate three to four large groups at once.

Rating: 6.5 Golden Nuggets

Bite Board

LW_Lemon Mint Cooler

Drinks: We had lemon mint cooler which was refreshing.

LW_Crispy Corn

Crispy Corn: If you have tried Absolute Barbecue, then this dish will definitely remind you of that. Crispy corn with spices is the perfect starter and one of their bestsellers.

Chili Chicken: One of their signature dishes, which is recreated keeping in mind a famous #streetside Chinese place in Delhi. We must say it did have a different flavor from the regular indo Chinese dishes. Kudos to the chef.


Chicken Wontons: Deep fried wontons served with sweet chili sauce. Nothing surprising here, but guess we aren’t fans of wontons and prefer dumplings instead.

LW_Prawn Cocktail

Lees Prawn Cocktail: We had a different expectation when ordering this dish but still taste wise it managed to surprise us. The chefs do a great job with the seafood dishes.

Chicken Chowmein: The regular chowmein, you find everywhere.

Sizzling Beef Platter: The portion is good enough for two. The only disappointment for us was the meat was chewy.

Sizzling Brownie: This was a very sad version of a dessert. The brownie was not fresh, the ice-cream was way too much and even the sizzling plate served in was way too big for the portion being served.

This time around we were disappointed with the service, since we had to wait over twenty minutes just to have our orders taken.

Cash Outflow:
The pricing is decent.


Circling Back:
Might visit when in the area.

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