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A new cafe for some chill-out Chinese

Yo! China Café is indeed, the place to be when looking for a haunt to chat and catch up with close pals along with relishing great Chinese food.

Published: 21st October 2012 09:52 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st October 2012 09:52 AM   |  A+A-

New-Cafe

After operating 51 outlets across 14 cities in India, co-founder of Yo! China, Ashish Kapur, wanted some more. Trying his hand at a dining space that would be casual and comfortable, he presents the first-ever Yo! China Café. The main focus is to consistently delight guests with fresh and authentic food served by pleasant people in a lively environment. We live by our tag line of ‘Chilled out Chinese’ which is a fresh concept and is targeted at the young generation. Yo! China Café is indeed, the place to be when looking for a haunt to chat and catch up with close pals along with relishing great Chinese food,” says Kapur.

The menu has a variety of options for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians. Sample dishes like BBQ or Prawn Ramen, vegetarian Miso, Tom Yum and Curry Ramen. The Cafe offers 25 varieties of dim sums, appetisers and signature bowl meals like Korean Style Juicy Minced Lamb with Stir Fry Noodle, Moonlight Chicken Chopsuey with Pineapple or Black Pepper Asparagus, Zucchini, Snowpeas Claypot Rice. You will also find 38 main cours dishes and a large selection of desserts like the Giant Cakes, Sundaes and puddings. If after that you are still hungry, you can order to take away some of the special Yo! on the go. So head to the new cafe at DLF Mall Saket today.

 

-Sunday Standard

 



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