Yum Chinese and Thai
Yesterday, me and my fellow colleagues went to Yums to try their famous Hi-Tea. It was 1150/person. Yums has been one of my most favorite go to places that offers the best Thai and Chinese cuisine.
Started with the soup which was very tasty with a fine blend of all the ingredients. The spicy honey wings were a fine blend of sweet and spicy sauce which has a unique taste. The Prawns were one of the best items present in the menu. Despite not being a diehard fan of Fish item, I had prawns multiple times due because they were amazing. They had a fine tinch of salt in them and were perfectly fried as they were neither under nor over cooked.
Had the egg fried rice and Vegetable Chowmein with all four items (Chicken Manchurian, Black pepper chicken, beef chilli dry and Kung Pao Fish) and these items were different from one another and were all perfectly cooked. None of the items were raw even on the slightest of the level and were extremely mouth watering. My favorite in all these 4 items was the beef chilli dry which was very unique and delightful.
The mini pizza were also one of my top picks with a fine amount of cheese and delightful taste.
However, there were few drawbacks in the items. I did not like the drum sticks as they had no taste and were too over stuffed with coating. The patties and sauces of the burger were very juicy and creamy but the bun used were very hard.
Penne pasta is one of those items that I could never get tired of. However, the pasta was a huge disappointment yesterday. It was more like cream, milk and penne being cooked together and presented. It was bland with no taste. There was a separate table for multiple chaat items which I couldn’t try but the colleagues who tried, loved it. There was a huge variety of desserts out of which I tried only 4 items but they were super tasty. (Wanted to try the moose, but they ran out of it)
The best part was the bottomless serving of pinacoladas and mint margaritas.
Overall experience 8.5/10
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