Also tried the Shangai chicken dimsum which was heavily stuffed with minced chicken and was indeed filling while giving a good hit for taste buds. Vegetable Dumplings It is a bit of a steep climb of stairs (I dont know why almost every building has thiese many stairs to enter, but there was a good valet who brought the car to a convenient place. The bad: The service was truly appalling. Egg fried rice dumpling and baos festival that they are hosting currently and couldn't resist to try the rarely found authentic dumplings. We had to ask for every item and need two to three times before we got any service. A decent interiors and very pleasant welcome wins the heart in the first go. Chocolate tsunami is another highly recommended dessert here which had a choclate brownie that's topped with hot choclate sauce. They need railings for elderly.More, A good and a decent place. evening so the place was not full, also went early. We stared with edamame truffle from their veg dumpling which came with good portion of 6 pieces. Zing Ping Swing Rolls and 8 treasure Soup vegetable as starter For main course we got ourselves some Noodles with Green Thai Curry and Stew Vegetables and Fried Rice with some Munchurain Gravy and Munchurian Balls. With the first bite itself I realized the baos are super fresh with superiors bread quality that was very soft. China Bistro at Chembur will set you back 500 if you’re a vegetarian and 600 if you’re a non vegetarian. And finally to end the meal on a high note, came this gorgeous array of desserts out of which their Green Tea Tiramisu and Darsan Cheesecake were the highlight of my entire meal. Sion-Trombay Road 3rd Floor 301, Opp. It has been a first choice for most of family dinners and get together for all Chinese food lovers. We suggest you reserve a table in advance because China Bistro is packed during lunch time.More. We went on a Mon. The service staff was warm and friendly, suggesting us with dishes whenever we needed help. Excellent place if you're looking for authentic Chinese food with some great service. Don't miss out on their dimsum and bao festival.More, Recommendations: The desserts here are something not to be missed upon, the Buddha's Fu has a really pleasing table side presentation with caramel sauce topped over mango putting and sprikled with coffee powder from a gong. We were welcomed with peach iced tea and virgin mojito both of which tasted super refreshing. China Bistro is a good place for family dinners and lunch buffets. Located in the same complex as Soda Bottle Openerwala and Jubilee Hills Aptronix, this place looks gigantic from the outside with the huge Chinese...sculpture standing tall. Extremely pleasing to the eye and great in taste too. China Bistro is one such restaurant which takes you on culinary journey through the kitchens of China and other Pan Asian countries. The service staff was warm and friendly, suggesting us with dishes whenever we needed help. interesting menu, v. good service and nice ambiance. No alcohol is served but the mock tails were good. Little tweeks are needed for certain Momos for which we shared the feedback. These asian cooking methods are implemented in the newly launched christmas menu, that mainly focuses on delicious variations in duck and turkey meats, with a taste that tends to be more on the sweeter side. The 3 pieces of bao that was delivered looked very tempting for its filling. With the first bite itself I realized the baos are super fresh with superiors bread quality that was very soft. I also tried their Asparagus Tempura Roll which was served with pickled ginger and wasabi mayo on the side. Suresh the manager looked after us well...and the waiters were v. courteous. Do let the service staff know if you need your food to be spicy. China Bistro is one such restaurant which takes you on culinary journey through the kitchens of China and other Pan Asian countries. Overall good value at 600 pp on a weekday. Starting with their dumplings, they have good menu with 3 veg and 3 non veg dumplings to select from. Fried Fish in Chili Basil Sauce was my favourite having crispy fried fish fillets served in a gravy packed with heat and spice. Prices are way too high for a middle class person. Overall, the place was a delight to dine in and presented one of the best Pan Asian experiences I had in quite a while. From the non veg dumpling I chose for chicken pok choi sui mai and I experienced how dumplings must be made in China. The dumpling were perfectly steamed and very soft with veggies filled in edamame paste. We went on a Mon. Buddhas fu, dimsums, pam fried noodles all were too good. Crispy noodles with duck and poo choi is one surely not to be missed out on, unlike the rest this one has a hot and spicy flavour of black bean sauce. Definitely worth a visit! My favourite out of the lot had to be the Three Lung Har Gau for I had never tried something that eclectic before. 2 choice for beer is very limited. The server snd manager really guided us nice to pick the best from the best. Note: your question will be posted publicly on the Questions & Answers page. Can a gluten free person get a good meal at this restaurant? Traditionally, the fried rice dish is tossed in with prawns and topped with a sunny side up egg which I felt was missing from their rendition which had chicken and fried egg.