The Gallery on MG is a popular destination for wedding shoppers and houses some great Indian designers. Located just off MG road after Sultanpur metro station (when coming from Gurgaon), it is easy to locate and I have always associated it with the landmark of the huge tree with the falling lights…regular commuters on that road will know what I’m talking about.
They have recently opened a space right next to it and dedicated it to food joints. You can currently see Bartista up and front and there are a series of food joints lined up to open there soon. I visited Feng Shuii and got my dose of some Chinese done right!
The interiors are done up in a theme of golden hues with statues of Buddha, fish and other Chinese Feng Shui lucky charms. They have a good amount of space that has been utilized to create a simple seating atmosphere. Their menu is a no fuss Chinese selection that caters somewhat to our Indian taste buds. The idea is to take you back to the simple dining pleasures from our childhood.
Get Set Gobble:
~ Drinks – I tried the Mocha Express that was a rich Chocolate shake blended with ice cream. They do have a lot of juice varieties on offer like the energy booster or fruit smoothie that has healthy ingredient choices like spinach, celery, watermelon, pineapple and more so go ahead and pick what suits your taste buds.
~ Starters – No Chinese meal is complete without some dimsums. I am totally cray-cray about them! I tried their Juicy Chicken dimsum and the name was quite appropriate. The filling was juicy in every bite and they had been steamed perfectly. Dip them into the chilli sauce and you are in for a great combination. MUST ORDER. Also we tried their Prawn dimsums that were quite good.
The Chicken satay was a little dry for my taste buds. The Siamese fish was superb! It was soft and I loved the spices it had been tossed in; they gave it an amazing flavour. MUST ORDER. The Chilli paneer was also well prepared and looked tempting with its sticky sauce coating and fresh greens tossed on top. If you are a vegetarian, you’ll certainly enjoy this.
~ Mains – So they have a really unique way of presenting the main course. It was a buffet where you didn’t have to walk to it, but instead they buffet came to you! If I didn’t have enough excuses for being lazy, they just added one to my list :-D. There are metal containers on wheels on which the dishes are laid out and rolled to the table. They have a heating system inside to keep the food nice and warm. I really enjoyed this bit. The server walked up with different dishes on to the table and we took what we wanted in the comfort of our chairs 😛
Their Fish in black bean sauce was definitely a winner for me. It had been cooked perfectly and the sauce was just right. The Chicken in sweet chilli sauce wasn’t as tender as I had though it would be. There was also the option of Green thai curry with steamed rice for the vegetarians.
But they say save the good for the last and I finally got to try the Nasi Goreng along with the Massaman curry. This was the best main I think as it had lots of flavour packed into the it. The rice was flavourful and had lots of pieces of meat in it. Also the curry had a nice taste with the addition of peanuts and fried onions and brought the whole dish together. MUST ORDER. There’s also hakka noodles and fried rice on order.
~ Dessert – To satisfy the sweet tooth we ordered the chocolate cake and it was quite good. Sweet endings to a good meal.