‘Ping Restaurant and Dessert Bay’ takes pride in serving a large variety of exotic dim sums (or momos that we popularly know as) and of course, how could we forget the dreamy desserts.
The ambience is quite exotic and after visiting and tasting food at several restaurants in Bangalore, I have come to a conclusion that, at times, they spend too much attention on the ambience rather than serving good food or the right portion of food. Because, then it appears as though, in order meet the costs of maintaining such a lavish, dainty or exotic ambience they go miserly with portions, so that the customers are compelled to shell out more.
Looking at an average restaurant goer in Bangalore, they don’t seem to mind that at all. Maybe people are conscious and think its lame to tell others, ‘The restaurant is expensive for the portions it offers’. It has become more of a status symbol rather than truly going for the love of food and having a good time.
Fortunately, Ping doesn’t disappoint you when it comes to the food or the ambience. Ping is a fantastic restaurant that offers a variety of melt-in-the-mouth dim sums. Since all good things come in small packages, so do their dim sums. My recommendation is that you order for one Ping Non Veg Dim Sum platter priced at Rs. 375/-, where you get six portions. This is ideal if it’s the two of you, but in a group, you may need to order two or more. This non-vegetarian platter has two dim sums of chicken, prawns and fish or seafood.
When you taste such fantastic dim sums, your expectations go high when it comes to the main course. Ping doesn’t disappoint you in the main course section either, but I think, dim sums are their forte.
The main course had Burnt Garlic Veg Noodles, Younan Pot Chicken and Phuket Fish that transport you to an Oriental world with the aromas and flavours of the Far East. The portions are just right and you’re happy eating at Ping.
It’s a crime to not try the desserts at Ping. So, ending your meal with Original Sin, Baked Alaska or Chocolate Flake is a good way to stay in the good books of dessert lovers. The portions are good, and if you’re a little romantic, you can easily share one plate of the dessert and melt with the gooey chocolate.
Overall, Ping provides you with a good experience, and is ideal for a quiet dinner for two to do justice to flavours of the Far East.
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Ping Restaurant and Dessert Bay
No. 130, 1st Cross, 5th Block
Bangalore – 560095
Telephone No.: 080-41521773