More than Gobi Manchuri in Jayanagar

Do you want to taste authentic Chinese cuisine without the tadka? Here are some options you can check out in Jayanagar. 

Three Quarter Chinese at Jayanagar is a perfect place to hangout during weekends as it is a part of a set up that includes Amoeba bowling alley and games floor for children and grown-ups. The restaurant specialises in authentic Chinese and north Indian cuisines.

The ambience is posh and the hospitality is good. Golden Fried Babycorn and Chicken Taipei are the most sought-after starters here. The restaurant serves buffet lunch at Rs.350 without alcohol. "The best of all the buffets I have had in Bangalore. This place is an absolute delight right from the moment you walk-in and the menu is great", says Shashank Srinivas, a customer. Wallet factor: Rs.1000 for two (without alcohol)

Pic: Nagashree Gururaj

Noble House is one of the best known Chinese restaurants in Jayanagar. While the signage on the outside is quite jarring, the interiors are done up beautifully in bamboo and dark wood. The ambience is quite upmarket and a refreshing alternative to Jayanagar’s regular eating options. It specialises in Chinese and Thai cuisines.

The hospitality makes you come back and of course the food too. Dumplings, soups, noodles, crab and lamb dishes are a must-try here. Wallet factor: Rs.700 for two (without alcohol)

Mainland China is one restaurant which cannot be missed when it comes to Chinese cuisine. Mainland china has four outlets in the city. Its authentic taste is what leaves the customers coming back for more. Located right in the heart of Jayanagar, it has one of the tastiest Chinese dishes in Jayanagar.

It has a varied range of flawless Chinese vegetarian and non vegetarian food. Popular items include: Prawn and chicken Szechuan, Ginseng Chicken and some exotic sea food as well. Mainland China serves buffet lunch as well for Rs.495 + tax (Mon-Fri) and Rs.595 + tax (Sat-Sun).

Pic: Nagashree Gururaj

They have an assorted selection of desserts, including Chocolate brownie, fresh fruits, Strawberry Mousse, Cakes, Vanilla, Mango and Chocolate icecreams with chocolate sauce, nuts and raisins as add-ons. Mainland China is a good luncheon option for business meetings. Wallet factor: Approx Rs.1400 for two (without alcohol)

Canton Bar and Restaurant is a good place to spend quality time with friends and family. It serves great Chinese food. The must-eat at this place would be Chicken Manchow and Pepper Chicken Balls. Canton also serves alcohol.

The ambience is quite right for an evening chat or a get together. It serves very nice pork delicacies. The Pork Roast and Garlic Pork go well with chilled beer. The prices are nominal. This place is also ideal for business meetings and fun filled lunch/dinner. Wallet factor: Rs.250-700 for two (without alcohol)

Three Quarter Chinese: 22nd Cross, Cosmopolitan Club, 3rd Block, Jayanagar, Ph: 30412940 ext: 336
Noble House: 197/F, 1st Floor, 8th ‘B’ Main, 27th Cross, 3rd Block, Jayanagar. Ph: 080 26541554
Canton Bar and Restaurant: 28/29, 9th Main, 3rd Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore-11, Ph no: 080-600-00-600, 26630353
Mainland China: 5th Block, 9th Main Road, 40th Cross, 4th Block Shopping Complex, Jayanagar, Bangalore- 560041. Ph: 26532525

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