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A Pan-Asian Rendezvous – Urban Asia

by FoodDrifter

If we had to classify the Chinese here in Hyderabad, we’d end up doing a 3-tier listing of them. Firstly there is those top-tier classy, fancy restaurant. Then comes the mid-class, everyday dropping, too much leaning on the Indo-Chinese restaurants. They are not so fancy but also not very shabby either. Last in the line are the local Chinese vendors on the streets. There is one such cart in every colony and street and be sure that they use a copious amounts of local flavors.

Yin Yan Soup

Urban Asia in Hyderabad falls among the top-tier ones and it has maintained it’s position that way. One of the few consistently performing, superbly delicious food and highest benchmark in service are to be found at Urban Asia. The moment you enter through the doors of Urban Asia, you know that you are in the right place and setting. There is whole level of activity, enticing aroma of food in the air and lively music which loosens those nerves and gets them going.

Taipei Chicken

Located on Rd No. 36 Jubilee Hills, in the building housing other such stalwart restaurant, Urban Asia has created for itself a niche position for itself in the hearts of many diners. There is a myriad of options on the menu including it being one of the few places serving Sushi. The menu isn’t fixed to one country and cuisine alone and actually is a journey through the South Asian countries and their cuisine. So there is always something for everyone according to the choice.


What’s Titillating?

The soups are absolutely exquisite with the Burnt Garlic Soup being the winner among them. If you are a lover of Sushi, then go ahead and give them a shot. They are the best in Hyderabad. None of the rice and noodles on their menu cease to amaze and go very well with the curries and gravies. The staff are also well-trained with their suggestions. They do make a killer Pad Thai and Salt and Pepper Prawns.

Pan Fried Dumplings

What’s Unsatisfying?

Having had already almost most of the items on the menu, the only dish which hasn’t appealed a lot has been the Yin Yan Soup. The flavors are very faint and though should be subtle is understandable, it does go below par at times.

Will We Go Back?

Yes, Absolutely Yes. With Food so good, there is no looking back at all and thus multiple visits follow.

The FD Meter: If the Chinese ever said Cha-Ching then it will be ringing a 4.5/5.0

Butter Garlic Fried Rice With Chicken Manchurian

Address : 1259/A, 3rd Floor, Road 36, Beside Skoda Showroom, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad
Contact: +91-40 6555 6888, 040 33165078
Website: http://urbanasia.in/

Urban Asia - Kitchen & Bar Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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Parul Sharma November 13, 2014 - 4:05 pm

I love Urban Asia and you know what they serve awesome Nasi goreng but not vegetarian version of it.. will probably request next time. Their sushi was our first introduction to sushi and before that I had no clue veggie sushi existed.

fooddrifter November 13, 2014 - 4:27 pm

@Parul Seriously first time of Sushi at Urban Asia. LOL. Upon visits usually stick to the vegetarian version with Avocado filling. Haven’t had the chance to try the Nasi Goreng there.

Parul Sharma November 13, 2014 - 4:51 pm

Had no clue sushi could be a vegetarian affair, some one in my first office told about it and since then we are fans. Try veg tempura

fooddrifter November 13, 2014 - 6:25 pm

Is there really something of Veg Tempura? We always go for the prawns. Vegetarian a little hard to swallow. 😉

There was an interesting incident of being served Veg Liver fry at a restaurant…and it almost tasted identical to the original. Quite an innovation it was.

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