If you have been to Noida’s Sector 27, D-Block market, you will be overwhelmed by the number of eateries all set to welcome you with open arms, in this case, Menus. The place has turned into a foodie’s destination and takes form of a street food hub by the evening time. One of the popular eateries that you have here is the ‘China Hot Pot’, a tiny eatery focusing just on Chinese food.
One question that will appear on your mind is, How is this place different from countless stalls and vendors who serve Chinese on every street of the city? It’s the quantity and the quality that sets this place apart from others. China Hot Pot has a menu that is as wide as your imagination goes. The menu includes the usual and varied varieties of noodles, rice, rolls, chowmin, manchurian etc. But then, they also serve you, Chopsuey and Thupka that not many Chinese joints wish to entertain your taste buds with.
But the best is yet to come. Although they take pride in serving Chinese, they do not shy away from some mouth watering, Labenese, Tibetian and Italian dishes. So yes, you also get Shawarma, Pastas and Momos of immense varieties. What steals the show is the Lemon Chicken and it is a favourite amongst the non-vegetarians here.
Now coming to the two Qs. Their quality can be be summed up by the word, ‘Fresh’. China Hot Pot serves fresh food and everything is prepared right before your eyes. Coming to quantity, you have to visit to believe. The half plate of any of the dish is more than enough to fill two. You will in all certainty be left surprised at how much they offer for how little.
China Hot Pot is a delight for the ones with light pockets and is a fantastic option for the hungry. With freshness comes health and hygiene is no issue whatsoever.
So next time, if you are anywhere around the Indira or Atta market area of Noida, just cross the road and step into the D Block market.
Have Fun Chinese Style!
Where? – Across Indira Market, D Block, Market Area
Specialize In? – Chinese
My Recommendations? – Lemon Chicken, Chicken Fried Rice, Thupka and Shawarma
Cost For Two? Below 500 (Much Below)