A serene place for some kick ass Asian fine dine. It serves Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese and Thai Cuisine all under one roof. The interiors are gorgeous and the music is blissful.
The staff at Asian Town is courteous, they’re well versed with their dishes and will for sure pair the best cocktails with your meals.
Edamame and tofu sushi: vegetarian sushi made of tofu and edamame
We often tend to shy away from vegetarian sushi. But Asian town gives you an authentic Asian experience and won’t disappoint the vegetarian community. The tofu was soft and fresh and the edamame complimented it thoroughly.
Kung Bao- bao made of veggies tossed in Kung Pao sauce.
The bao unlike what we’ve previously experienced is not made of bread, it represented a momo but the texture was thicker than a momo.
This combination is like tasting heaven in every bite. We highly recommend you try this out.
Vietnamese Pho: Pho cooked In mushroom flavoured broth.
Very rare places in Mumbai offer authentic Pho, Asian Town is one of those. The price can seem a bit of an issue, but trust us the the bowl is enough to compensate for a meal for two. It’s broth is warm and lovely.
Pad Thai Noodles: Thai street style noodles, stir fried with tofu, sprouts and spring onions.
This was the most scrumptious bowl of noodles we’ve every consumed, and we’re going back very soon. The noodles were cooked in just the right amount, the sauce was delightful. This is out topic pic from this restaurant.
Asian Town offers a very elaborate menu for cocktails.
It’s specially curated keeping in mind the authentic nature of the restaurant.
We tried the Whiskey Sour, the Cherry Blossom and the BerryBerry Lit
The whiskey sour was a Cocktail curated specially to pair with the Sushi. the Cherry Blossom was a sweet cocktail and the Berry Berry Lit mixed our favourite drink with Berry. The Berry really enhanced the taste of the so called mundane LIT.
Bahn Choui Nuong- banana cake layered with chocolate ganache and banana caramel.
Very similar to a banoffee pie, the in house baked banana cake stole the show.
Peanut Butter Pie: creamy peanut butter pie on Oreo cookie crust.
If you don’t like peanut butter, this may not be for you, but if you do enjoy the taste of this nutty butter you’re going to love the combination of the peanuts and Oreo.
Overall, we highly recommend you visit Asian town to satisfy your continental cravings. It’s slightly on the expensive side but trust us it’s going to be money well spent.