Lees Wok

A decent Indo-Chinese restaurant.

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

Ambiance:
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.

LW_Wontons

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.

Service:
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.

Location:

Circling Back:
Might visit when in the area.

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