Foodies Embark On A Culinary Journey Of Pan-Asian Cuisine In Odisha Capital
Bhubaneswar: The growing cosmopolitan culture in the state capital has spawned a new culinary trend with foodies searching for gastronomical delights other than Odia delicacies. The boom in the demand for Asian cuisines has literally led to the mushrooming of pan-Asian restaurants. Of course, much of it has an Indian twist to it to suit the local palate but who cares, so long as it tickles the taste buds.
From local outlets to leading chains, offering signature dishes and fast food, there is something for everyone in the state capital. Let’s see what the city has to offer in terms of affordable and delectable Asian cuisine.
Momos are a quick and easy food option, making them a popular choice for busy young people on the go. At MomoWay, located near Infocity, Patia you can customise momos and noodles to your liking.
It offers mouthwatering flavours of jhol momos and authentic varieties of steamed momos. The unique ambience adds to the whole dining experience.
“You won’t find better food in the city, I’m willing to bet. The momos and chowmein here are refreshingly different, healthy and delicious. The ambience is superb and classy,” Trishant Kumar, who loves oriental cuisine told OdishaBytes.
Mutton momos, Spinach chicken momos, Jhol momos
Rs.600-800 for two people (approx.)
Whether it’s savouring a hot bowl of wonton soup, biting into a crispy egg roll, or indulging in a plate of Kung Pao chicken, people around the world continue to be drawn to the bold flavours and comfort of Chinese cuisine. And when we talk about comfort and bold flavours together, Taste of China serves the best in the city.
Dragon mushrooms, Shanghai noodles, Ginger chicken, Spicy chicken, Momos, Crab soup
Rs.800 for two people (approx.)
“The ambience and atmosphere are set up in such a way that you might think you’re in China. The best part is that I asked the chef to add a hint of Indianness to my Sushi to make it more appealing. I’m glad I asked because it turned out to be delicious,” said Swati Pattnaik a student of Utkal University while sharing her experience with Odisha Bytes.Wok is located near XIMB Square, Jaydev Vihar offers Thai, Chinese and Continental cuisine. High-quality fresh ingredients used here are the USP of Wok.
Garlic pepper chicken, Caramel custard, Vegetarian EFU noodles, Vegetarian Thai Basil Hot PotAverage Cost
Rs.600 for an individual (approx.)
“This is a must-visit for all fans of Asian pop culture, especially Korean dramas and Anime Lovers. Korean Ramen, Chicken Thupka, Double Egg Ramen are my favourites” said Suman Kalyan, an oriental cuisine fan.
Phad Thai, Ramen, Spicy Rice, Thai Noodles, Nasi Goreng, Hannan Tofu, and Thupka
Rs.600-800 price per person (approx.)
“It is one of the best restaurants serving Thai and Asian cuisine in the city. The best part is that they will never serve you seafood that has been frozen. It is always fresh,” Prasanjeet Nanda who loves trying out new and different cuisines told Odisha Bytes.
Seafood Somtam, Thai Red Curry, Tankantu Kiyoshi, Chicken Ramen with Glass Noodles, Chicken Katsu, Crab Soup, etc.
Rs.1,100 for two people (approx.)
Abhipsha, a student of Birla Global University said, “I’ve wanted to try Sushi ever since I started watching Korean dramas. I wanted to know what makes it so good that just seeing the characters eat makes me hungry and want to try it. I finally found out the answer when I tried Sushi in Mainland China. It is really very tasty.”
Kimchi Salad, Fried Jumbo Prawns, Wok Fried Pepper Paneer, Coconut caramel custard and Sushi
Rs.820–1600 per person (approx.)