Craving for some Asian Food and Drinks, but wanting a little more than that? Then head to Pa Pa Ya, each of their outlets manage to tease almost all your sensory organs. Be a part of their culinary journey and experience the Best Pan-Asian food in BKC food like never before. The new outlet of Pa Pa Ya is located in Bandra Kurla Complex, at about 1.5 km away from the Bandra Station.
This outlet is spacious as compared to the Palladium one, to know more about the Palladium Outlet. Click here:
Best Pan-Asian food in BKC
The restaurant is well space out, has comfortable wooden seating. Along with curved sectional sofas to Athena Wooden Bar Stools. So one can choose their comfort accordingly. From the moment you enter, everything tickles some of the other senses. To top it all, Chef Sahil Singh with Dildeep Kalra has worked relentlessly over the years to give you the perfect menu packed with innovation.
The meal started with Amuse Bouche
The palate cleanser, having compressed basil, Watermelon and Lemongrass, it teases you on what’s in store for you from the world of molecular gastronomy.
Next, we ordered drinks like Shikoku Cooler (Cocktail):
It had a perfect blend of gin, orange, Kaffir lime, and peach puree. It was citrusy and quite refreshing for sure.
Hibisco Sour (Cocktail):
This picture-worthy cocktail was top with purple Hibiscus flower. It has a perfect concoction of Hibiscus, Vanilla and gin, Sour taste, with the refreshing flowery aroma, goes absolutely well with your meal.
A perfect merger of Cranberry and Orange. Serve with mint leaves, which is top with a dried orange slice, quite invigorating for sure.
The heart shape rolls are stuff with the Tuna layer, covered with rice. Again a tuna layer cover with crispy rice, top with Mayonnaise. Break the heart into two and enjoy this delicacy.
The doughnut-shaped Sushi had a crispy circular disc at the bottom, layered with Sushi rice, Salmon, and Tuna, with a hint of Mayonnaise and black Tobika.
Yellow Tail, Raw Mango:
From the modern Sushi section, Maki Roll stuffed with Hamchi and Cucumber inside, topped with raw mango relish, this was my personal favorite from the Sushi section, absolutely delectable.
Lamb and Mandarin, Bee Hun Dimsum:
The translucent dim sums are stuff with steam mince lamb infuse with Mandarin. Folded into a flower and top with green peas, Pomegranate, and beet.
Braised Lamb Chops:
One of the best Lamb chops I have had so far. Lamb chops are toss in sweet and sour black vinegar, serve on a thick slice of Pineapple infused in vinegar. The lamb’s so juicy, cooked to perfection, and full of flavors. Highly recommended.
Sea Bass, Udon Pad See Eiu:
They serve the dish on a square plate which is amazing. The XnO type checks had steamed Chilean Seabass and Udon noodles on alternate grids, Rataoulie, crisp okra (Ladies fingers) in the center. It’s delectable and wholesome.
Last, from the desserts, we had the Chocolate Ball of Fire:
Served in a chocolaty globe, which, when poured with chocolate syrup melts and reveals the vanilla ice cream, crunchy cookies, and fudge at the bottom. On the sides, you have Strawberries, Sour Berries, and Plum.
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Best Pan-Asian food in BKC. Overall, Visit Pa Pa Ya to treat your sensory organs with something extraordinary, scrumptious, and dainty. Relive the Pan-Asian cuisine when at Pa Pa Ya.
For more details or reservations:
Pa Pa Ya, G-2, Ground Floor, Third, North Avenue,
Maker Maxity, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai
Call: +91 7400433430
Cost for two: INR 2000-2100