I was a bit hesitant on trying bao knowing I don't Share love for them and hence only otder for one jackfruit bao between 2. With a little space left to try out more food items we went for sautéed veggies which had zucchini, babycorn, brocolli and mushroom sautéed in ginger chilli sauce. They need railings for elderly. Turkey Green Fried Rice, isn't your your regular thai green curry, the gravy in which the sticky rice is cooked has sweet taste to it with a hot aftertaste making things quite exciting, turkey meat really tender to taste. For the starters Cilantro Duck Pancake, are actually a spring roll variety with filling of duck meat sautéed in a sweetish appetizing mixture, pretty decent to have. Chicken basil dumplings The desserts were a work of art. There is also an option you build your own salad. We had to ask for every item and need two to three times before we got any service. In main course had The food is very good, hot and delicious. The menu here is quite expansive in Asian and oriental cuisines that majorly includes Thai, Korean and Chinese dishes. The chinese artifacts and paintings hung over walls express the asian look of the place complimenting the cuisines here. Thumbs up for the peach iced tea, virgin mojito and in the warm drinks - do try the green tea, very refreshing. The desserts here are something not to be missed upon, the Buddha's Fu has a really pleasing table side presentation with caramel sauce topped over mango putting and sprikled with coffee powder from a gong. Nasi Goreng caused a little disappointment for me as the elements didn't match up with my personal mental image of the dish. Once they did realize that there were more customers, it seemed like the kitchen started cooking again and the food came out, but it was very slow. I have to be truthful with the review. Amazing starters served at the table. Overall the whole experience of dining at China Bistro made us feel like this is a steal deal. The 3 pieces of bao that was delivered looked very tempting for its filling. Darsaan originally is a traditional Tibetan dessert having honeyed crispy noodles and to present it in the form of a cheesecake one great surprise. This alone is enough to get to filled up. Crispy noodles with duck and poo choi is one surely not to be missed out on, unlike the rest this one has a hot and spicy flavour of black bean sauce. It gave real feel of chilli and were a good try. The outside bao was soft as a cushion for both dishes which I liked the most, but the star had to be the Chicken Pocket Bao for the chicken filling. The dim sums served here are the most delectable menu item. Good chinease food is served at this place. Also tried the Shangai chicken dimsum which was heavily stuffed with minced chicken and was indeed filling while giving a good hit for taste buds. The main course entailed a portion each of Pan Fried Veg Noodles, Nasi Goreng, Fried Fish in Chili Basil Sauce and Hot Pot Hunan Chicken. From the non veg dumpling I chose for chicken pok choi sui mai and I experienced how dumplings must be made in China. The desserts were a work of art. The flavour of mango is very fresh and tastes just like having mango pulp. Holding origins from Malaysia, the preparation of the dish was kept as close as possible to its roots, having the perfect balance of spice in the rich coconut cream. A decent interiors and very pleasant welcome wins the heart in the first go. Yesterday was just a very poor service day. Feel free to pour as much Chocolate as you want from the Fountain because calories don’t count in a Buffet. Hotels near Sri Sri Radha Gopinath Temple, European Restaurants with Outdoor Seating in Mumbai, Italian Restaurants with Buffet in Mumbai, Late Night Japanese Restaurants in Mumbai, Restaurants with Outdoor Seating in Mumbai, Asian Restaurants for Families in Fort/Kala Ghoda. From the non veg dumpling I chose for chicken pok choi sui mai and I experienced how dumplings must be made in China. You get a lot value for your money. Vegetable Dumplings While the Tiramisu had the most adequate amount of sweetness, it was the amalgam of intense coffee and the subtle green tea hint which made this one spectacular. Their lunch buffets are a huge hit as well.More, Chinese would defintely make it in the top if we were to list out all of India's favourite cuisines. Pan Fried Noodles were definitely a hit and would be a must try for everyone. more. The dumpling were perfectly steamed and very soft with veggies filled in edamame paste. The only thing I did not like was their mocktail. The bad: The service was truly appalling. Note: your question will be posted publicly on the Questions & Answers page. Their lunch buffets are a huge hit as well. Lamb appetizer Oh man it is so nice I cant explain. We munched on hot and crispy spring rolls and sautéed vegetables. Coming to the food, the dinner started with a serving of their signature Laksa Soup.