12 Reviews / 15 Ratings
Terrible experience - Needs to be shut down
We ordered a veg fried rice and veg dumpling. For our surprise, we received a cockroach fried rice, dint know the quality of Beijing bites is gone so low. Terrible experience. Just walked out of the restaurant. Please do not go here. There is absolutely no hygiene and zero quality food. Needs to be shut down immediately before they serve more cockroach fried rice.
bad quality food and less meat
The oil they used for the fried noodles was bad as it seems to over used oil and there was no chicken in the fried rice and noodles item just egg that too one one egg and the water they served had a stench smell,the staff is just happy to make quick buck by serving bad quality food for premium prices
decent food, extremly slow service
Im actually surprised reading revies here saying the service was fast.. im wonderingwhat is fast? coz we were seated at 8.30 , the startes came at 9.15 and the main course at 10.30.. it was 11 by the time we left the restaurant and dint bother asking for desert coz we had no intension of spending another hour waiting for a ice cream... when we told the authority there at it was the worst service we have had and did not intend to visit again, he just smiled... i guess" the customer is always right " concept is well imbibed here!.. the dont care, is the feel i got...the food is pretty good.. but no!
Stinking Fish Fingers, Food Poisoning Guaranteed
I have been to Beijing Bites several times. They are present at many locations in Bangalore. The outlets at Shanti Nagar and Jeevan Vima Nagar serve tasty Indianised Chinese and Thai food at a reasonable price (per head about Rs. 350 in 2010). The service at both the places too is good.
Recently I moved to Bannerghatta Road and I have ordered food from their outlet twice. The first time the food was not at all tasty and I had acute food poisoning after I consumed it. The sucker that I am, I ordered again from them a few days back after persistent pestering from my better half. We ordered Fish Fingers which were stinking. I love fish and I am sure this came straight out of their refrigerator after spending several days there. Except for the soup and the chicken drumsticks rest of the items were bland. To top it all, there service too is awful (I have been to the restaurant a couple of times).
Avoid Beijing Bites Bannerghatta Road.
Quick Service and Good Food
Probably this is the first time , i have tried PROPER Chinese and Thai. Tried Gobi Manchuria and one Veg Thai Combo. Though i asked for a Combo with out Mushroom they managed to put in th e combo but replaced it with new combo again .
Service was quick and good.
Worth a try
Took home delivery worth Rs674/- on 31/12/2008 @ about 08PM. While placing order specifically asked for big quantity of chilly sauce. Food was delivered without chilly sauce. Fried rice & bland dry items cannot be consumed without chilly sauce. Food was a waste. Did not verify @ the time of delivery; but noticed while eating. Contacted the outlet - poor response. This is broad light robbery. How to trust?
Apart from this they charged Rs.20/- as delivery charge when the bill was for Rs.674/- and the distance is less than 3 Km. This is unfair.
So, please ensure all things at the time of placing order & verify at the time of delivery.
Inspite of paying this is kind of service.
Good value for money
A hipper entrant to south Bangalore suburbia, with its numerous high rise apartment complexes, Beijing Bites, which prides itself on being a new age Chinese and Thai restaurant, is good value for money. What distinguishes it from older Chinese chains such as Chung Wah is that the menu is not overly Indianized or terribly greasy.
The place is quite popular with young software techies who live and work around the area and couples who live in the high-rises. The décor is simple and functional with reddish brow sofas and chairs, Chinese artifacts and red and black photographs on the walls.
The menu is divided into the Chinese and Thai section. For starters, try the vegetarian or chicken momos. They are really good with that faint zing of ginger. I recommend any of the Thai soups too some of them are slightly on the spicier side like the Thai chicken and bamboo shoot soup which comes spiced with lemon grass, ginger and red chilli. For the main course, you can try the steamed rice with the vegetable or chicken in garlic sauce or if you are partial to Thai cuisine like me, they whip up a good Thai red curry.
Parking is available in the empty plot adjoining Beijing Bites. Service is quick. A meal for two is approximately Rs.300. Go to Beijing Bites to catch a quick dinner with friends or with your family on a weekday when you are too bored to cook.