Yauatcha, MG Mall, MG Road, Bangalore

A Michelin-starred restaurant from London, Yauatcha is now present in Bengaluru. Yauatcha is a dim sum tea house which started its first Indian operation in Mumbai in December 2011. We, the food connoisseurs and aficionados of Bangalore got to experience this authentic international dining experience since 16th September 2013.
Yauatcha is located at the bustling heart of the city at #1 MG Road Mall, MG Road, Bengaluru.

The one in Mumbai is often visited by Bollywood stars like Katrina Kaif, Aishwaria Rai and more. I felt very Katrina Kaif like when I was there (no harm in imagining so). The décor is worth a mention. I was amazed at the precision with which they had set up the tables. In addition to the tables and chairs, the glasses and napkin plates too were placed in one straight line. I haven’t seen this kind of perfection in any other place.

We bloggers were there to celebrate the “Double Ten” festival that is on till10th of October. The symbol + means 10 in Chinese, and ++ is the symbol of the Double Ten Day, which is celebrated in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and China towns all over the world on the 10th of October. It is the anniversary of the Wuchang uprising, a revolt that led to the collapse of the Qing Dynasty in China, thus ending more than 2,000 years of imperial dynastic rule and ushering in the Republican Era (1911-1949).

In commemoration of this important event in China, Yauatcha Bengaluru offers a special and delectable “Double Ten” four-course menu priced at Rs 1010 (plus taxes), available from 6th to 10th of October. Veg and non-veg options are available.

The choice of Soups were
Asian Green with Tofu
Hot and Sour Soup with Shredded Chicken
Chicken Sweet Corn Soup

Dim Sums 
Veg Chive Dumpling
Chicken Wrapped in Pok Choi
Chicken in Black Bean

Fried Turnip Cake: This is my fav. The chef refused to share the secret recipe of this.

Amazing variety in Stir Fry. Each is so good that I was confused which I would choose if I had to choose one.
Szechuan Vegetable and Tofu Clay Pot
French Beans with Shiitake Mushroom
Braised Chicken with Mushrooms in Clay Pot
Spicy Lan Ching
Chicken
Stir-fried Lamb

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Staples
Veg Fried Fice with Sweet Corn
Egg Fried Rice with Long Beans
Hofan Noodles

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Dessert
Religeuse
Chocolate choux pastry with a dark chocolate crunchy cremeaux and hazelnut praline, gianduja ice cream

(Although all due care is taken, dishes may still contain ingredients that are not set out on the menu and these ingredients may cause an allergic reaction. Guests with allergies need to be aware of this risk and should ask a member of the team for information on the allergen content of the food.

In compliance with their Food Safety policy guests are not permitted to take food away from the restaurant.) 

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31 Responses

  1. Jutta.K says:

    a very interesting report.
    Other countries, other mores, everything looks very appealing, but very strange for me.
    Thank you for your comment to me.
    friendly regards
    Jutta

  2. Awesome photographs Indrani! How lucky were you to get some empty tables for these beautiful pictures!
    Nice review 🙂

    TC! Keep smiling 🙂

  3. DeniseinVA says:

    Looks like a fantastic restaurant and all those dishes looked incredible. Your photos were also fantastic. Thank you Indrani, for this lovely tour.

  4. A mouthwatering post…fab pics.

  5. Delicious looking dishes.

  6. Gail Dixon says:

    It all looks so scrumptious!

  7. Sylvia K says:

    What an amazing restaurant and a mouthwatering post indeed, Indrani! Terrific captures! Thanks for sharing the fun!! Hope your week is going well!

  8. Mridula says:

    A totally mouth watering post! I can see what you mean by a straight line from picture 2!

  9. wow.. looks like a gud restaurant.. Btw I also reside in Bangalore and wuld like to attend Bloggers meet events here 🙂

  10. Hilary says:

    Yum.. I love dim sum and these dishes look scrumptious.

    For some reason, the images were not loading in the blog page for me. I had to click on one and then see the slideshow effect that Blogger creates for post photos.

  11. Wow! For foodies like me this is like Heaven 🙂

  12. Nice clicks ..
    🙁 missing banglore..

  13. Wow..Yummy dishes..Thanks for the post 🙂

  14. Look like nice & clean restaurant

    thanks for sharing

  15. Ambience and food both look awesome

  16. Love the ambiance and the photographs are really really wonderful !

  17. Priyashi says:

    Oh Wow!, lovely place to go around. the food items looks so yummy….. mouth is watering..slurp slurp…:P. Beautiful Post Indrani….:)

  18. The photographs had me drooling

  19. Sangeeta says:

    Lovely photographs, Indrani! We have been planning to go to this place (I still find it difficult to pronounce or spell) for a long time now. After seeing your pics, I know I am going there soon 🙂

  20. Wow…… Mouth watering Indrani!!! I wish chef would have shared the fried Turnip cake recipe with you and you with us 🙂

  21. Yummy yummy yummy yummy, I love it.

  22. Captivating pictures of mouth watering dishes. Makes me want to drive to Bangalore immediately for a great dining experience at Yuatcha !

  23. Everything looks so tempting!

  24. George says:

    What a great way to celebrate 'Double 10'. Everything looks delicious.

  25. Awesome. Photos made my mouth water 🙂

  26. ladyfi says:

    Delicious shots!

  27. Thomas Lee says:

    Interesting,Tim sum in India!

  28. Scrumptious pictures !! Loved them !

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