Chinese Buffet

As a typical foodie am always running for good food and of course more food. And when you want to pay less and eat more, then buffets are the best option. Exploring a new place to me is listing all kinds of food junctions around.After a whole tough and tiring week, the best way to chill on weekend is to have good food. Food is said good when quantity and quality both makes you happy.  Happiness is eating your favourite food unlimitedly.

Since the Chinese cuisine has a full menu of its own from soup to starter to main course to desserts, I prefer Chinese buffet.

A good Chinese buffet will cost around ₹1000 for two, including taxes. A common non veg menu of a Chinese buffet consists of

Kimchi and salad

Hot soup: Chicken garlic/ chicken hot  n sour

Starters: Momos / chicken drumsticks / dry chilli chicken/ wantons

Main course: Noodles / fried rice

Chilli chicken/ lemon chicken/ any other special Chinese chicken dish

Fish and prawn dishes: Fish in mustard sauce/ prawn in wine and celery

Desserts: Brownie/ wantons filled with  pineapple or mango/darshans/ ice creams of various flavours.

An advantage of Chinese foods is its not spicy and easily digested. So upsetting your stomach is not a worry at all.


Abhirupa Ghosh

Abhirupa Ghosh

Here's me Abhirupa Ghosh starting with a formal introduction. I am a student of M.Tech Bioinformatics. I hold interest in Health Science and Medicine. Things you must be careful with while intersecting my ways, am a good observant of a person's behaviour and love reading faces. According to me , the job where I could easily fit in is a food critic because am a foodie. Am a flexible person and the best quality in me is I befriend people easily. Am a strong supporter of women empowerment, thus I think am a feminist. That mustn't sound against other sex. This is all about me , thereby I sign off..!

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