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Monday, April 14, 2008

Lemon Twist, Noida





Post courtesy Akshaya (link)

Lemon Twist, at Sector 63 Noida, is a new restaurant from people behind Lotus Pond, Delhi and Bamboo Shoots, Noida. The restaurant is a variation from their older tradition Chinese cuisine restaurants - here the focus is more on fusion cuisine. The restaurant is situated in two floors - the lower one is a tradition restaurant setting while the upper one is a open terrace setting along with a grill. They are promoting the place as a Oriental Wok and Grill place. Since I visited the place for a lunch, I was seated in the lower part of it. The decor is good - place feels comfortable. The staff is surely not up to the mark - they seems less knowledgeable about Chinese food (which is a bad thing if the place is termed as Oriental Wok place).

We ordered two starters - Vegetable dim sum (which they called SiuMai - although they were no way close to the SiuMai we are fond of) and Crispy Spinach With Red Peppers. The second one was good but the dim sums were just okay. In main course, we went for Exotic Vegetables In Lemon Chilli Sauce, Shitake Mushroom In Fried Sesame Rice along with American Chopsuey. I think this was after a long time that I had order Chopsuey at some place - and I was again disappointed with it. The main course and rice were good although the rice quality could have been better. Overall, we left with a mixed feeling towards the food - sometime good and sometime not-so-good.

Although they are terming their place as the one where a "portion" of salad, soup, starter or main course is sufficient just for one, it is still enough for two people in most cases. The rates are not high, when compared to Bamboo Shoot or Lotus Pond. But then the food is also not that good. In my opinion, worth an occasional visit only. The location surely makes it an easy access for people working in Sector 55/56/58/62/63 and other nearby sectors.


Contact Info:-
Lemon Twist
H-1A/16, Sector 63
Noida
Ph:- (0120)4217500

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7 Comments:

Blogger ~nm said...

I have been following your blog since quite a while now. And I had a few suggestions which will help food lovers like me :)

If you can write about certain things about a restaurant like this in the beginning or end of your post:

- Cuisine
- Your rating
- service
- Size of hole in the pocket to be expect err..I mean the cost

Just a thought which I felt sharing with you.

12:24 PM, April 16, 2008  
Blogger Ashish said...

Thanks. Appreciate your comments.
I try to leave such information when possible. However, many times, this information is provided by friends (since I am not able to cover all places in Delhi), and I take a decision to provide whatever info is possible rather than none at all :-)

BTW, cute to read about your son. My Birthday is the same date (different year)

12:36 AM, April 18, 2008  
Blogger rinku said...

i have also gone with lemon twist
lunch experience but iam sorry i hope akshay u r a little bit confused within the web of different tastes. well u must try ones again lemon twist without any prediction in mind calculation hpe u will enjoy this time. its a realy booming its tastes are a discovery dear iam hapy with once dinner buy may u felt bad some other reasons well friend acception happens u must try once more suerly u will again write a nice blog as such me. mahesh

9:00 PM, June 14, 2008  
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1:53 AM, August 03, 2008  
OpenID SID said...

Hey I too visited this place recently. And I have written a post about it. Though the idea was not to judge, it was only to write about a good day I had. Hope you and your readers find it useful. http://darkbook.wordpress.com/2008/08/11/lazy-sunday/

4:09 PM, August 11, 2008  
Blogger Viresh said...

Really pathetic experience on my last visit. Visited lemon twist with my entire team of 14 people opted for 'Executive meal' but waited for only soup to be delivered after 11/2 hour. Finally paid for the soup and went to haldiram for lunch.
They do not have courtsey of asking what went wrong.
Really pathetic.

Please visit this restaurant only if you have lot of free time and patience.

Well Wisher

4:11 PM, November 20, 2009  
Blogger Loku! said...

Have been there 3 times and big disappointment every time. The food is okay but the service and etiquette is poor. The parent restaurant Bamboo Shoots is so good and these guys are so bad, may be just -ve on the axis.
Food, quantity is just okay, but the rudeness and unprofessional behavior is not justifiable.
May be give it a miss. The asia kitchen on the same complex is much better on all aspects.

2:47 AM, June 05, 2010  

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