Wednesday, June 27, 2007

All the 'Yang' you want.

A huge hit with the college crowd, families and IT professionals working in the area, this charming little Chinese restaurant is situated right at the centre of Koramangala's hub, and offers you much more on the Chinese Platter for a price much more affordable. Well-designed interiors, and music that often suits the mood of the day, add to the charm that has had loyal Koramangalites flocking to this eatery ever since it opened. An ambience is perfectly created with the bamboo furniture, hand painted tables, dim lights, and exquisite artwork and of course the yummy sumptuous food, which only increase the 'Yang' of the whole experience. My personal favourites were the Crispy Vegetables in a Choice of Sauce, and the brilliantly made Chicken Steamed Momos in Garlic Sauce. The menu offers a wide and interesting choice of pan-asian dishes to choose from and cater to both the vegetarian and non-vegetarian enthusiast. The Restaurant does go authentically Chinese with certain dishes, but with others the more preferred and palatable Indo-Chinese style rules firm. A typical meal would consist of a soup and a starter, followed by a noodle or rice accompanied with a gravy. Popsies is therefore a good option for a relaxed meal on any day during the week. Think Chinese, Think Koramangala, Think Affordable, Think Popsies.

Meal for Two (2 course); Rs 250/-

Location; ****
Ambience; ****
Service; ***
Food; *****
Value4money; *****

Chef's Secret; Vegetarians need to try our Veg Szechwan Deep Fried Momo, and Non-Veggies can opt for Crispy Thread Chicken. These are sure hits!

… Chef Gonpo

Location; Opposite Chung Wah, Koramangala 5th Block, behind Raheja Arcade.

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