For that authentic Dimsum taste

For that authentic Dimsum taste

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For that authentic Dimsum taste

There are times when you feel hungry but at the same time you don’t want to snack on something heavy which may spoil your main course later.

Accept it, due to their easy availability and different taste, momos are the best way to fulfill your small time hunger needs.

Taking this popular thought a step forward, Joy Luck Moon at Saket has come up with an exclusive Dimsum Festival. The best part about the exquisite Dimsum menu is that all types of Dimsums are available in vegetarian and non-vegetarian varieties, depending on the requirement of customers.

“Keeping in mind the interests of a large number of youngsters these days, we have come up with this festival, not only to give them what they already like but something much more than that, by offering them a variety that is not usually on offer,” explains Anil Bisht, assistant manager, of the restaurant.

To start with Classic Garlic Chicken Mayo Dimsum is actually a piece of garlic chicken with a hint of lime juice, that is deep fried and then covered with Mayo sauce.

Though a little spicy, the creamy taste makes it worth a try. The speciality for vegetarians in this category is Vegetable Green Dumpling, containing baby corn, broccoli and Chinese cabbage.

The best of the entire lot is Wafer roll Prawn, which actually gives the authentic taste of prawn without overtly highlighting the flavour of other ingredients. To maintain this pure taste of prawn, it is first wrapped in rice flour and then deep fried.

On the other hand Steamed Yellow Chicken Dimsum had a perfect momos feel to them. It has non-spicy and super juicy chicken wrapped in a plain flour sheet which give your taste buds a definite treat.

Other delicacies available in the menu include an array of fried and steamed dim sums such as Wafer Wrapped Dim Sums, Vietnam net roll, Crispy Chicken Wrap, Veg Hong Kong Green Steamed Dumplings, Cantonese Stuffed Prawns, Banana Leaf Veg/Chicken, Steamed Mandarin Fish, Chinese Barbequed Lamb, Hongkong Original Yellow Siew Mei Prawn/Chicken among many others.

According to Caral Singh, the executive chef of Joy Luck Moon, “We have been specially trained by an expert chef from Singapore for this food festival. We focus on using minimum spices to keep the taste of the actual ingredients visible to the customers. All the menu items are authentic and provide the authentic taste of respective dishes.”

Though Dimsums are now available at street corners, the festival has definitely proved to be different and definitely a better experience. The place is must try for every momos and authentic food lover. The festival is on at Joy Luck Moon is on till 30 June. Just so, you know where to head now!

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