Most people associate Chandigarh with the two Ps - Peace and Punjabis. While the wide roads, lush greenery, hills in the backdrop, and less traffic add serenity to the city, its Punjabi population adds the required zest. However, there is one more thing that should be associated with Chandigarh and that is the food & dining. Now when it comes to good food, there are a lot of places that we can recommend but choosing one out of them we would suggest that you go to Mainland China. We'll tell you why.
While most people desire to relish just Punjabi food in Chandigarh, sometimes it just gets too much. To give yourself a break from all the heavy Punjabi food you can go to Mainland China that gives you authentic Chinese food right in the middle of a Punjabi dominated state. Broadly speaking, the lunch buffet here is exquisite. But if we talk about specifics then noodles, dumplings, and seafood is something you should definitely try. For desserts, you can try the Caramel Custard. For drinks, they have a full bar which is stocked with large array of beverages. While the delicious food fills your belly, the great ambience fills up your heart. The staff at Mainland China is very courteous and prompt in their service. Understanding what you want and how exactly you want it, the team of Mainland China lives up to its reputation and your expectations. This makes the environment quite homely and family friendly. Also, the neat arrangement of the chairs and tables feeds your OCD (if you have it) quite perfectly. It is a well lit restaurant with comfortable seating and simple decor. The restaurant is quite spacious too.
All of this is given to you and that too at a really affordable price, that is, only Rs.1500 for two people. Is it a dream? No, not at all. This paradise is for real and you need to check it out right now.
So if a nice casual dining experience with your family, friends, or colleagues is what you are looking for then your search ends right here at Mainland China.
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