There is something comforting about an Asian food that makes us fall for it again and again. Whether it’s a balanced texture or a combination of flavors or colorful presentation – Asian cuisine ticks all the boxes. Imagine a blast of flavor in a pale amount of flavor or a game of colors in a grape salad – such a soothing experience, isn’t it? To have such a gastronomical experience, we recently decided to visit the newly opened Kylin Experience in Sector 18, Noida.
Environment in the Kylie experience:
Like any Asian restaurant, Kylin Experience has a cozy atmosphere with a choice of colors, warm lighting and comfortable seating. Upon entering, it looks like a semi-formal dinner, where one can sit down and enjoy a comfortable meal with friends and family.
Food in Kylin’s experience:
We started with the Smoked Vegetable Platter and the Shrimp Tempura from the Starters section. The smoked vegetable platter includes a variety of vegetables such as broccoli, zucchini, button mushrooms, baby corn and shit mushrooms, all of which come in a hot sizzling plate. Be careful when serving because the plate is too hot! Shrimp tempura, on the other hand, is a staple of Japanese cuisine, and if you are a Japanese food lover, you may find that it is definitely a treat when you eat at an Asian restaurant. The crisp yellow-gold cover hides the tender and juicy well-cooked shrimp in it and a single bite of this deep-fried dish will take you to heaven in no time. Kylen Experience has done a great job here and I actually got some extra packs later.
After that, we went to Sushi and Egg Sam. Kylie Experience offers a plethora of sushi options. I picked truffle enoki rolls and spicy salmon rolls. To a lesser extent, I have tried using Veg Five Spiced and Nepali Kothe (Kothe) Momo. As the name implies, Veg Five Spiced Eggs was a bit too much in the spice content – I enjoyed the taste of the spice packed in the bite-sized egg sams; But if you hate spicy foods, I recommend eating adamame and truffle dim sum. Nepali Kothe (Kothe) Momos are equally impressive and quite healthy. So, if you are planning to do a light main course then ask for these.
In the main course, I chose Hot Pot Vegetable and Lamb Hunan style from The Walk section. This section is exciting for those who want to enjoy the authentic taste of a bowl of food with ease. With over 10 options, including Classic Green Thai Curry and Chicken in Chili Oyster Sauce, this section promises to delight every Asian food lover.
For dessert, I recommend Darsan with vanilla ice cream and the chef’s special chocolate roulette. You can finish your meal with a hot pot of jasmine tea. Not only does it help digest your food, but it will leave a nice aftertaste (and fragrance) on your palate.
Where: DLF Mall Of India, F-456 A, S, Sector 18, Noida
Price: INR 2,000 for two persons (approximately) without alcohol