Merely a facet of the panorama that is Chinese cuisine, this snacking habit from our neighbours has caught on, and the Taj is set to milk it for all its worth.
Taj Banjara is hosting a Dim Sum festival at the Strings. The festival is a la carte for dinner from 7:30pm to 11:45pm.
Dim Sum, part of Chinese cuisine, involves a wide range of light dishes served alongside Chinese tea. Dishes may include meat, seafood, and vegetables, as well as desserts and fruits. The items are usually served in a small steamer basket or on a small plate.
The menu consists of a wide-range of Dim Sums in both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. In the vegetarian options, there is Bao Steamed Vegetarian, Plain Vegetable Bao, Spicy Vegetable Bao, Chinese Cabbage and Glass Noodles Bao, Steamed Dimsum Vegetarian, Vegetable Suimai, Mushroom Dimsum, Spicy Bean & Chachay Dumplings, Deep Fried Dimsum Vegetarian, Fried Spicy Bean and Chachay Dumplings, and Vegetable Kothe.
The non-vegetarian menu comprises of Spicy Honey Chicken Bao, Seafood Bao, Lamb Bao, Steamed Dimsum Non Vegetarian, Prawn Suimai, Fish Coriander Dimsum, Chicken and Fresh Chilly Oyster Dimsum, Fried Pork Dimsum, Chicken Kothe and Lamb Kothe.
Please contact 6666-2323 for further details.