First of all, the food at Mainland China tastes nothing like the Chinese food I am used to. It is very Indian in style, preparation and taste. That being said, the food is very good. The restaurant offers a variety of veg and non-veg dishes, and seems to specialise in banquets for large groups. The dim sum dumplings were reasonably authentic, the rest I would not have picked as Chinese had I not been in a restaurant called Mainland China. Appetizers were mainly fried - the best being the deep fried corn. We had so many appetizers served that I didn't get to the mains, but the rest of my group found them "Unusual but tasty".
Mainland China is worth a visit if only to see how Indians interpret Chinese food. I guess all countries tend to localise other cuisines, but in India the localization is indeed great!
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