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  • Kohinoor BABA Restaurant Pakistani & India Cuisine: Don't Miss The Indian & Pakistani Cuisine A newly

    by scothenery Written Dec 7, 2013
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    A Newly opened Kohinoor BABA well decorated Indian & Pakistani food restaurant clearly the best and most comfy Indian restaurant in Nanjing, . I most enjoy the unique and tasteful atmosphere indian music and the lush drink list and excellent selection of beers Including indian beer KINGFISHER, . Waiters are plenty and attentive, I never had to raise my voice to get their attention. I'm writing this review because I want to share my favorite place with all my fellow 'laowai comrades' in the capital of Republican China

    Favorite Dish: A Huge range of indian food,love specially pakistani dishes called Mutton Nihari,Chicken Haleem,Mutton Paya's ,Golgappa's,special street sweet called ''Jalabi;;...Woo ,,There a lot indian dishes.................................etc

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    Ajisen Japanese: Great cheap Japanese fast food

    by piglet44 Written Nov 18, 2011

    This fast food chain has a branch in the Subway station of Xinjukou at the main crossroads of downtown.We tried hard to find a restaurant above ground and having failed we descended into the Metro station where we were surprised to find a host of fast food and regular restaurants of call kinds and budgets,catering for every kind of diner. WE chose the Japanese one as it was a bit quieter than some of the others and were pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food and the price was very reasonable. I have since seen this restaurant in many other places around China.

    Favorite Dish: cant remember what it was exactly but something with chicken breast with a peanutty sauce and noodles

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    Studio 21: Fuel up in this dramatic dinery

    by view.finder Written Jul 9, 2011

    I guess the style of this restaurant is 'fusion' cuisine. You can find some Italian and Spanish treats and most types of 'Western' food. We'd read some write-ups prior to visiting that Studio 21 was a good place to get a steak. Yes, the menu is a refreshing change and dose of international food.
    Avoid visiting mid-afternoon, we had a to walk around the block several times and get lost a bit before coming back so stick to kind of meal time. Nap-time obviously drags ...
    Once we got in however we were amongst a couple of diners, then slipping into a booth got to take in the draped and velvety funishings of this place. I remember thinking that if was to run a restaurant, this may be it, as it was piled high with ... stuff. There were odd chairs collected on the stage as to save space for the evening's diners, piles of collection and a large desk from which a dj or band may observe the audience. Once you've taken in cluttered but charismatic surroundings you are given coplimentary sangria and h'ordeuvres (e.g. bread w/ pate) which is always a nice touch so far away from home. This kind of effort is often lost in Chinese 'Western-style' restaurants. An extensive drinks/cocktails menu is also available.
    The evening atmosphere got into it's swing as some larger tables of diners joined and it would be a great place to party. The staff are more than willing to push a couple of tables together. The waiter and owner even approached our table to check if the vodka, cranberry juice was strong enough. It wasn't so it was topped up at no extra cost.
    It seems they'd gone to the lengths to ensure that every dish and drink was made to stand out.
    Whilst I ate a great tagliatelli with asparagus and cold beer, my partner struck gold with a mammoth-sized plate of pork ribs. Quite a spectacle and definitely worth a look. For desert, an Irish coffee came complete with almost the same depth again in whipped cream.
    This is a restaurant with big portions and a quirky edge with plenty of local competition. I know some people have a problem with large portions but personally I've no problem with this.

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  • Kohinoor Restaurant: Don't Miss The Taste of Real Indian Muslim Food

    by scothenery Updated Apr 4, 2011

    KOHINOOR RESTAURANT (Serving indian and pakistani cuisine,ofcourse HALAL).
    I get to know it durring my recent visit to nanjing with RAMA TOURS,Kohinoor restaurant serve best vegie food including jin vegie.we wetre 80 pax (all vegie and jin vegie)and all of us really feel that its a best vegie food.
    I can call it best restaurant in nanjing because its unique in some way,best and excelent food,good and comfortable atmospher,located in a 4 star hotel,rates are much cheaper than some other indian food street restaurants,service is so friendly and warm,totaly indian atmospher.
    I like to say that restaurant food and service is really kohinoor.
    Kohinoor Restaurant ? Indian and Pakistani Cuisine(‰È侬诺尔Ž`厅)
    Open 10am to 11pm
    45 north Zhong shan road, Level 2 Ramada Plaza(华”ü达œ}华Žð“X“ñ˜O0013;ŽR–k˜H45?†)
    (025)83122522
    (025)83308888 Ext 12013

    The fairly new Kohinoor Restaurant sits above the lobby in the Ramada Hotel. The food is typical Indian and Pakistani fare although not as spicy. However, they could surely add some heat upon request.

    As should be expected from a reputable hotel chain, the restaurant and hotel bathroom appear quite clean. Servers are attentive ?
    A typical meal for two would cost 70 to 100 yuan not including drinks
    How to Get There

    Take the subway to Gulou (ŒÛ˜O) station and walk north-west for a few minutes on Zhongshan Bei Lu (’†ŽR–k˜H). Kohinoor is on the 2nd floor directly above the hotel lobby.

    Kohinoor offers free home delivery within 3 kilometers of their store. If delivered farther than 3 kilometers away, the taxi fare will be added to the bill.

    Reference: Kohinoor restaurant serving purely halal(muslim) food,including a big selection of vegie,indian&pakistani cuisine.its located on 2nd floor of ramada plaza hotel,45 north zhong shan road.025-83122522

    Favorite Dish: Tandoori chicken,Kohinoor special chicken,Biryani's,kohinoor coctail and lot of others!

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  • Kohinoor Restaurant: Competitively Priced&Delivering a 4 Star service;

    by scothenery Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    KOHINOOR RESTAURANT (Serving indian and pakistani cuisine,ofcourse HALAL).
    I get to know it durring my recent visit to nanjing with RAMA TOURS,Kohinoor restaurant serve best vegie food including jin vegie.we wetre 80 pax (all vegie and jin vegie)and all of us really feel that its a best vegie food.
    I can call it best restaurant in nanjing because its unique in some way,best and excelent food,good and comfortable atmospher,located in a 4 star hotel,rates are much cheaper than some other indian food street restaurants,service is so friendly and warm,totaly indian atmospher.
    I like to say that restaurant food and service is really kohinoor.
    Kohinoor Restaurant ? Indian and Pakistani Cuisine(‰È侬诺व2;Ž`厅)
    Open 10am to 11pm
    45 north Zhong shan road, Level 2 Ramada Plaza(华”ü达œ}ࡔ6;Žð“X“ñ˜O0013;ŽR–k˜H45?†)
    (025)83122522
    (025)83308888 Ext 12013

    The fairly new Kohinoor Restaurant sits above the lobby in the Ramada Hotel. The food is typical Indian and Pakistani fare although not as spicy. However, they could surely add some heat upon request.

    As should be expected from a reputable hotel chain, the restaurant and hotel bathroom appear quite clean. Servers are attentive ?
    A typical meal for two would cost 70 to 100 yuan not including drinks
    How to Get There

    Take the subway to Gulou (ŒÛ˜O) station and walk north-west for a few minutes on Zhongshan Bei Lu (’†ŽR–k˜H). Kohinoor is on the 2nd floor directly above the hotel lobby.

    Kohinoor offers free home delivery within 3 kilometers of their store. If delivered farther than 3 kilometers away, the taxi fare will be added to the bill.

    Reference: Kohinoor restaurant serving purely halal(muslim) food,including a big selection of vegie,indian&pakistani cuisine.its located on 2nd floor of ramada plaza hotel,45 north zhong shan road.025-83122522

    Favorite Dish: Sizzling Tandoori,Mutton & Chicken Karahi,Butter Chicken,Kohinoori Special Chicken and Daal]s.A verieity of Vegie

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  • Tajmahal Indian Restaurant Nanjing: Donot Miss Indian Foods Tajmahal Indian Restaurant

    by tajmahalnanjing Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Tajmahal Indian Restaurent Nanjing Providing Good and nice Indian Tandoori also Home made food can get good price worthly nice place nice service as like Tandoori Chiken Chicken Tikka Chicken Tikka masla Daal Biryanis Naans many more more pls visit /

    Favorite Dish: Chicken Tikka Masla Dal makhani Dom Allo kasmiri Basmati Biraynis or Garlic Naans/Mores have Tajmahal Indian Restaurant Nanjing

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  • tacos: so great... hmmmmm.....

    by ynah Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    so nice fajitas and pork rib..
    all shakes feels great when you drink it all...
    alot of wine choices...
    sounds of the two amazing and friendly jazzer
    it's really nice to be at this place...
    cosy, romantic, relaxing and comfortable...
    affordable and fit to every boby's taste...
    hmmmm,,,,,,,,/////......
    one of the best place,,

    Favorite Dish: fajitas, pork rib, fried rice, smoked chicken...

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  • taj mahal indian restaurent: the best indian food in nanjing

    by sakthi11 Written Oct 31, 2009

    Having tried all other Indian restaurants in Nanjing, Taj Mahal is by far the best in terms of authentic Indian food. IMO, others don't even come close as the food tastes so good at taj mahal. It is not that i tried just once and I have eaten there at least 10 times in 3 months and the food quality has been very consistent, which again surprised me. The price is probably the lowest amongst all other Indian restaurants in Nanjing. If you are an Indian and staying in Nanjing for an extended duration, you shouldn't miss this one.

    Favorite Dish: chicken curry, naan bread, tandoori chicken, chef's special chicken etc.

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    Nanjing 1912: Entertainment complex

    by Willettsworld Written Jul 13, 2009

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    This is a new development complex that uses 17 historical buildings that were built during the time Dr. Sun Yet-sen, the forerunner of China's democratic revolution, had his presidential office built, nearby, in 1912. Nanjing 1912 is home to world-branded coffee shops such as Starbucks, the Coffee Beanery, and Costa Coffee, Japanese and Korean restaurants, Asian-famous spas and beauty salons as well as the ubiquitous KFC and Pizza Hut. There's a nice restaurant called Bellagio where I had beef noodles.

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  • Bella Napoli: Great Italian!

    by sherwoodFL Written Aug 23, 2007

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    Thanks to another tip, I brought this restaurant's address with me, and was very glad I did. I never thought I would go looking for anything other than Chinese food, but at the end of a three week trip, everyone in the tour group was quite tired, some sick, and the Italian food was very restful. I particularly liked the veggie pizza, although others swore by the calzones, and the breadsticks must be seen to be believed. (They aren't really what most people call breadsticks, but they're very crunchy and tasty.) Also, there is a clean, private Western bathroom, which, one must admit, is something of a selling point for Westerners, no matter how much one has become accustomed to the other kind. Across the street is a gigantic Xinhua bookstore, if you're meeting people at the restaurant and have a few hours to kill - there are several shelves of English books if you prefer, although I liked the enormous music section on the top floor - not just sheet music, they sell instruments too!

    Favorite Dish: The veggie pizza had carrots, broccoli, peppers, and several other things I couldn't identify, but it all tasted good.

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    Tian Xia Di Yi Fen (spicy rice vermicelli): Food along the street

    by Trique Updated Jun 19, 2007

    As the name goes, this stall claims to be selling world's number 1 rice vermicelli.

    Very spicy and a bit sour, this dish is suited for the adventurous foodie. The only expression i can think of is a Singaporean term, "shiok".

    Do get ready your tissues....

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    Song Shi Mei Hua Gao: Snacks along the street

    by Trique Updated Jun 19, 2007

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    This stall along Ma Tai Jie sells very nice Mei Hua Gao.

    This snack is made with flour, red bean paste filling and has red dates, raisins & other colourful bits sprinkled on top. Each piece comes in the shape of an ice cream cone and is selling at only RMB2. A must try along this road!

    We happened to be there when they were making a fresh batch. Struck me as decently clean tho its along a street.

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    Yin Shi Tang Bao: Tang Bao -- Chinese dumplings

    by Trique Written Jun 18, 2007

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    Tang Bao

    This dodgy shop is extremely popular with the locals. Dont be daunted by the long queues. It's worth the wait.

    Favorite Dish: Tang Bao or Chinese dumpling with soup (direct translation) in it.

    It's named tang (soup) dumpling because when you bite into the dumpling, the soup or juices will come spurting out. With pork fillings, this local snack is usually eaten with vinegar.

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    Lian Hu Gao Tuan Dian: A great local delicacy!

    by Trique Written Jun 18, 2007

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    Located in the Fuzimiao area, this stall sells local Nanjing snacks. Since fuzimiao is probably a must-see place in Nanjing, do make sure to drop by this shop and have a bowl of their famous chi dou yuan xiao.

    Suitable for breakfast or breaks.

    Favorite Dish: The chi dou yuan xiao, as shown in the picture, comes highly recommended!

    It is a chinese dessert consisting of glutinous rice balls and many kinds of beans. With the right consistency and sweetness, it is very satisfying!

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  • Dong Bei Dun: Dongbei Food

    by candicehan Written Jun 13, 2007

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    The restaurant is located in Lion's bridge of Hunan road. It is easy to be found. The ambience is not perfect, a little bit of crowded and noisy. Whereas, I think it is a good place for a few friends getting together. The plates are very very big. Actually, it is a feature of Northen Chinese food. And the price is cheap. We ordered 6 courses and paid less than 100 RMB for them. And three friends are I were full enough so we didn't finish all dishes.

    Favorite Dish: 1) Eggplant with Chilli and Potato. Stir fried eggplant, chilli and potato braised with soy sauce. Northern dish.

    2)stir Jue Cai with meat slices

    Jue Cai named as "king of the wild vegetable", Jue Cai is very nourishing. It is abundant in protein and calcium.

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