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D.P.'s Wok Hei

High Street Phoenix  

  • 02224926031, 02224954627, 02224926030, +919820127840
  • Khimji Nagji Building, Opposite Phoenix Tower, S.B. Marg, High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel, Mumbai
  • Seafood, Chinese, Oriental, Thai, Tibetan
  • Meal for 2 - 250
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Easy On The Pocket! Big On Taste

Easy On The Pocket! Big On Taste

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Easy On The Pocket! Big On Taste

Yup! This place serve decent authentic oriental food without hurting the pocket. It is a no-frill place with seating capacity of around 20 - 25 and is a ideal place for Weekday Lunch or Dinner when leaving from work.

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Typical desi chinese, in hugeee quantities, and quite tasty too. One of our fave places to order from for office parties. Their black bean sauce is quite good as are their pan fry noodles. Good service, very good value for money. In a group, if you eat to your hearts content, you would end up with a Rs. 300 per head bill. Not too bad I'd say. Some of their mocktails are also good. The restaurant is a little cramped, but bustling with activity. Would recommend ordering home delivery.

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Scrumptious, semi-authentic South East Asian fare

Scrumptious, semi-authentic South East Asian fare


At the risk of sounding gushy, I will say that DP’s Wok Hei is a little (literally, because the place is small) gem that deserves to be inside Phoenix Mills rather than on the opposite side of the road. I’ve been visiting this place for about four years now. The prices have certainly gone up since then, but eating there is certainly a great bargain compared to many restaurants serving semi-authentic South East Asian fare.


Over the past few years, I have sampled many dishes from this restaurant, none of which turned out to be bad. In fact, on some rare occasions when I didn’t quite relish a few dishes, my friends have liked it. So rest assured, I feel free to experiment with any dish that catches my fancy here. The menu is pretty diverse for a tiny restaurant like theirs. Not only do they serve momos but they also have Sushi on their menu.


I don’t know why one of my favourite dishes – Crackling Spinach with Chicken – has been taken off their menu. It was scrumptious, with the crispy fried spinach leaves and the accompanying chicken. I have requested the staff, via their feedback form, to bring back this dish on their menu. So, I’m keeping my fingers crossed for this one.


If you’re bored of having soy-based soups like Hot & Sour, Manchurian, the Sweet Corn variety or even Tom Yum or Tom Kha, then try the Mai Thai Soup with Chicken (Rs 140). This is a spicy, robust green-coloured soup that’s perfect to ease out a blocked nose. Mushrooms, spring onions, lemongrass, chicken and of course, green chillies make this soup a welcome change from the standard variety of soups.


The Chicken Momos (Rs 190) are comfortingly good. Juicy, little momos with chicken mince in them and the just right amount of chopped garlic, ginger and chillies. I have had momos at other places with an overdose of these ingredients making them taste more like Goan momos rather than Chinese.


One of my absolute favourites at Wok Hei is their Kimchi. They serve a tiny bowl of it until the food arrives. Their Kimchi has undergone a makeover from the plain cut cucumber and carrot pickled in vinegar variety, which they served in their early days to the cabbage Kimchi (a cheaper alternative perhaps) that’s been there for a while now. The latter one is a tad too sweet but nonetheless, I love it and always have two servings of it.


From the starters, the Spicy Corn Chicken (Rs 250) is a must-have. Mind you, this dish is fiery, so ask for it to be medium spicy just so you don’t regret it later next morning. Sweet corn niblets with diced chicken pieces mixed in a spicy batter and deep fried to perfection. Also, there’s stir fried bits of diced capsicum. Texture-wise, it’s crunchy on the surface and soft on the inside. The natural sweetness of the corn niblets heightens the goodness of this dish. Trust me, you won’t need a courtesy drizzle or helping of any sauces with this dish.


The Chicken Thai Chilli Basil (Rs 240) is another favourite. Light batter-fried chicken chunks sautéed with chopped red and yellow peppers, spring onions, ginger, garlic, chillies and basil leaves. The star here is the basil leaves that lends its flavour to the dish.


For the main course, among the noodles I like the Chicken Coriander Panfried Noodles (Rs 240). The manager will warn you that this dish is spicy, but actually it’s not. In fact, my friend and me found it to be a bit bland on more than one occasion, however, we like this one. Pan fried noodles topped with green gravy containing chicken, pepper, mushroom, spring onions, somewhat similar to that of Mai Thai Soup. The best part of this dish, you don’t need to order a gravy dish.


The Chicken Thai Pot Rice (Rs 290) is deliciously high on the spice meter. There’s chicken, mushroom, pepper, rice mixed with spicy Thai red curry. The lemongrass and Kaffir lime leaves lend their robust flavour, whereas, the coconut milk adds an element of richness to the rice. If you like Thai red curry, then order this one.


For desserts, the Honey Noodles with Ice cream is decent. The Darsan Orange Noodles , is what I like better simple because of the citrusy fresh segments of orange. Their Darsan Date Pancake too was nice, but sadly, it has been taken off the menu for a while now.


The service is attentive and polite, the food is tasty, portions are good and the prices aren’t heavy on the wallet. The menu prices are inclusive of VAT, Service Charge and Service Tax (God only knows what other taxes and charges will restaurants levy in the near future! Gulp!) All this makes Wok Hei a perfect place to stuff yourself after some serious shopping (or even window shopping) at Phoenix Mills.

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October 31,2013

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Better than average oriental food

a small place serving great oriental food after 5 spice...i love their Malaysian curry, Thai rice in vegetarian..off late they have increased their prices & have starting compromising on the quality wid normal portion sizes...less of veggies in curries now..it gets really slow when the tables are all occupied...still its my favourite restaurant in this vicinity

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Wouldn't ideally recommend it to anyone

Another sort of Chinese cuisine which is cheap and not bad on taste and hence survives in the Bombay food scene kind of a place. Their Malaysian Flat noodles and Chilli Bean Sauce is good. I have also heard good things about their Prawn Wonton soup, however not yet tried it. The portions are enough for 2-3 and the small seating is a bit putting off.

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Hidden treasure and I'm a repeat offender!

I discovered Wok Hei some 3 years back and as the cliche goes, there has been no looking back ever since. This is what Chinese restaurants should strive to become! A small, simple yet perfect offering from all respects has made Wok Hei my go-to eatery whenever I'm in Lower Parel.

Getting a table during lunch hours on weekdays is tougher than getting an entry in Guinness Book. Of course, having experienced that once, I now make it a point only to go late evening and get a relaxed experience. The menu is very detailed and for the first timer, it can be intimidating. Pro tip - order anything randomly and you still wont be disappointed! Also, I must compliment the restaurant for their portions.

I have tried almost every category and type of food group available during my last 12 odd visits to Wok Hei. Notable ones are their soups (I love the Spicy Crab Meat Soup) and the Pomfret in Chilli Beer sauce. The various combinations and sauces are worth trying for their unique flavors. It will change your perception!

The staff is very courteous and attentive (except one instance last year when we encountered a rude waiter, who was not interested to serve or change our dish even after we complained).

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good chinese restaurant

For all those eating talking like our sino brothers wont be disappointed if they come here.
Looks good & serves even better food. All the soups here are mind blowing but i preferred the Tom Yum over all of them. Momos are decently ok whilst the veg crunchies to a good job as appetizers. Potato wedges are great. Exotic veggies in spicy hunan sauce/black pepper sauce with burnt garlic fried rice is a MUST HAVE. Bamboo rice is quite bland and can be completely avoided. Ice teas are really well made here and worth a try. The service is extremely slow as they take hours (as a way of sayin) to serve your food. Interiors are simple & light. Worth a go when you feel like squinting your eyes & playing with some chopsticks.

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Satisfaction for the soul :)

Saturday Morning dawned, looking a bit depressing. No sunshine in sight. Fair enough, considering that I had to take my boss and 2 of her relatives out for a little voyage in Mumbai! (I love my job *roll eyes*) I decided to devote the Saturday, my 1 day of rest, to taking them to Phoenix Mills considering they all wanted to see and experience an Indian 'Mall area' (they are from Philippines).

1 PM (How time flies when one is having fun!) -after browsing through every outlet in Palladium, we decided to break for lunch. I put forward a list of recommendations but the good boss wants to try Wok Hei as she has been here for 6 months and heard a lot of good things about it!

So there we go. Bang opposite Phoenix Mills' very first gate is Wok Hei. The approaching area is a little bit muddy and slushy thanks to the monsoon. Walking in, we see a counter on our left and on our right, 10 tables with 4 chairs each. Looks clean and we are the only ones there. We walk to the back and get a table which is just enough to plop ourselves down. No place for the shopping bags. Down they go under the table, which thankfully, is also clean. There is a strong smell of air freshner lingering around which bothers my boss for some moments but then it is not that bad. The tables are set way too close for any privacy to be maintained. Ambiance wise thus, this is not a place one would come to for celebrating any special occasion or with a large party. There are a few feng shui plants and little Buddha's statues adorning the walls. Overall, It is clean and functional. But it must be a sight when it is completely full! It is really a small place.I suppose it would be chaotic and just for this reason, I would prefer to get food home delivered from here.

The servers are very courteous and efficient. They refilled our glasses promptly, made sure that the sauces on the table were refilled. While ordering, our server guided us as to how much quantity would be sufficient and what dish should be paired with what so as to be completely satisfied with the meal. Excellent service.

I do not know exactly what condiments were on the table but they were delicious. I usually stay away from chutneys and like, but I ate the ones here like anything. 1 was chilli vinegar, 1 was a soya garlic preparation and 1 was red chilli schezwan thing. Delicious. It did not taste like anything I ever had at any other chinese place which makes me suspect that it is a special in house preparation. It had to be replaced twice because we kept eating them while waiting for the food. Also, we were given 2 bowls of kimchi which was awesome too :) Before this, I had Kimchi last month at Noodle Bar and the kimchi here was as good as, if not better than the one there. I was licking my lips for more by the end of it. Thank God, food arrived soon after (about 10 minutes after our order, pretty good!)

Coming to food, we were famished & the quantity here is good, I was the only veggie in the group and I knew I wouldn't be able to finish anything by myself. So we decided on 1 Veg Starter, 1 Non-Veg Starter and 3 Veg and 1 Non-Veg Main Course items. We ordered -
Cottage Cheese Thai Satay which had soft and spicy cottage cheese skewered in spicy sauce, it melted in my mouth and I am still salivating remembering its velvety taste, I also think it had a little peanut-y taste (in a good way),

Chicken in BBQ Sauce which my guests liked a lot, they said it tasted mildly spicy and they found it flavorful,

Chicken in pepper sauce which I think was Black Pepper Sauce, I guessed it would not be spicy and it was rather bland but my guests put some condiments in it and voila, it tasted delicious to them!

2 Thai Green Curry Mix Vegetable -Right from the aroma, it was simply delicious. The coconut flavor mixed with turmeric not only pleases the tongue but is so silky even to the nose. Surely even a dying man can be revived with just 1 whiff of this heavenly dish! There was a generous quantity of mushrooms and tofu along with broccoli, asparagus, lemongrass. I usually favor the Red Curry but I am a fan of this particular curry too now :)

1 Steamed Rice - The Thai curry with rice combination is a classic one and as expected, it was simply out of this world. Somehow, having the curry on its own is definitely satisfying to the tongue but hot steamed rice enhances all its flavors like magic,trust me. I am not a big fan of rice on its own, but I would die a 100 times for rice with Thai curry. Yum Yumm Yummmmm!

1 Veg Bamboo Thai Flat Noodle- The noodles were supposed to be mildly spicy, but I did not find it spicy at all. It looked like the Top Rames noodles and piling on top of each other on the plate gave an impression of a mountain of cabbage :D There were red and yellow bell peppers, broccoli,little bits of asparagus but I thought it was a bit oilier than needed, still it tasted delicious, especially when a bit of the red chilli Schezwan condiment was mixed in. Nom Nom!

The star attraction was the utensils they used to serve the items. The Bamboo Thai Noodles were brought in a long Bamboo utensil (!) and the server expertly used chopsticks to serve us (a treat for eyes too!) while the green curry was brought in a flat earthen pot-like utensil that reminds one of typical Indian villages and the potters on their wheels :) The only problem was, since the table is small, it was almost impossible to keep anything there apart from our individual plates. So the server had to keep taking it back to keep the unused stuff on a counter at the far end of the room and coming back to serve us after some time.

The Quality of food here is superbly complimented by the quantity-1 noodle, 1 rice and 2 curries are more than sufficient for 4 famished adults. We were struggling to finish it all since we also had starters! Every dish is priced between 200-350 which is very reasonable considering 1 dish is enough for 2 normal eaters. The bill came to around 300 per head (me being only veg) and around 400 (for the non-veggies) and there were absolutely no extra taxes! For a foodie, very few moments can surpass that happy moment when you see see no additional 10-20% this or that taxes on the bill :)

This not a fine dine place nor is it a gourmet lovers' paradise. It does not even serve 'authentic' Chinese or East Asian food. All though our meal, my guests were chatting among themselves about the various spices, herbs, condiments they have back home and comparing that with what we were having. And guess what, they still loved it! The thing is-a real foodie keeps an open mind and is happy in company of good food. And this place serves Good food. Agreed, it is all improvised, Indian-ised, oilier, different, maybe even shockingly so for the staunch gourmands but it is G-O-O-D and it satisfies not only the tongue and the stomach but also the soul. Trust me when I say this, I have had food from this place twice in 20 days and I am so happy, happy, happy :)

So we walked out of there stuffed to the brim, happy to the core of our very soul, looking forward to burning it all off by a couple of hours of shopping at Phoenix Mills.
Once again, Wok Hei comes out a winner on all counts :)

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July 16, 2013response from the harikotian:

Thank You !!!!!!!!!! this is by far among the best compliments we have recieved, Thank you for being inerested enough and putting the effort to give such an elaborate and specific feedback. I will share this with the whole team. We bow with with humility accepting your appreciation and we will continue to engage in bringing excellence to our food and service. THANK YOU once again.

July 18, 2013response from the lovelyricha1:

Ha :) The pleasure is all mine-do you have any plans for expansion? And even more importantly, can I get a little box of that red schezwan condiment? I have not tasted that anywhere else :) Your place makes this foodie very very happppyyyy :)

Perfect Indian Chinese :)

Got home delivery for a little party at home for dad's birthday via justeat.in. Ordered for veg chilly garlic noodles, pan fried noodles, assorted veg in pepper sauce and cottage cheese in hunan sauce. Chilly Garlic noodles and cottage cheese were extraordinary,assorted veg was kinda bland which went nicely with the spicy noodles, pan fried noodles were okay-I think they are not meant to be transported because when we got it they were kinda soggy and limp, which I am assuming anything 'pan fried' shouldn't be. So apart from that 1 dish, everything else was very good. I had requested delivery by 7.45 and it was delivered by 8.10 PM, which is very reasonable considering they open up at 7 PM :) The delivery boy called me up beforehand to take directions and showed up smiling at the doorstep within 15 minutes :)

And the quantity was HUGE, we still have chilly garlic noodles left over for tomorrow, there was generous quantity of cottage cheese and vegetables in the respective gravies and MOST IMPORTANTLY, I had requested that noodles not be made very oily and that is exactly what I got-the noodles were not drenched in oil! Also, we got these little condiments which were brilliant too-we did not even touch ketchup (which otherwise we do, drench the noodles in ketchup :P I think it is a hangover from Maggi :D) I am guessing the condiments had chillies, schezwan sauce, pepper, soya sauce etc. etc.-whatever it was, it was brilliant.

So great quantity, very reasonable price (5 people party with leftovers at only 1000 bucks! I got a discount at justeat via timesdeal and paid only 790!!!) and excellent Indian chinese food which satisfies the Indian tongue and tummy-serious competition for 5 spice! Kudos :)

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July 1, 2013response from the harikotian:

We like ' how matter of factly' your appreciation is and really appreciate your appreciation.

July 1, 2013response from the lovelyricha1:

Ha ha :) Looking forward to having more awesome dishes from Wok Hei :)

Value for Money.. Chindian Cuisine

WOK HEI was my & Parag's unanimous choice for lunch on a lazy Saturday afternoon. Rains has just said Hello to Mumbai n we entered WOK HEI. It was decently crowded for a Saturday afternoon; maybe many offices in the vicinity are closed or have a 2nd Saturday off. We got a table immediately.

The dining area is pretty small with about 10 tables but in a cramped manner. Order was placed:
1] Chicken Lollypop Masala
2] Burnt Chilli Garlic Rice
3] Cottage Cheese in Hunan Sauce

Then started the long wait for the order to be served.

But when it arrived, it was hot & piping. The chicken was spiiicy n tender.

This is not a genuine Chinese serving restaurant but it does serve a tasty fare and does justice to the quantity served for the price charged. The variety covers most of South East Asia.

Please do visit.

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June 11, 2013response from the harikotian:

Thank you. We value your appreciation.

highly disappointed!!

found a strand of hair, a bone in boneless chicken, and a rock salt in our meal which was enough to completely disappoint. Also, the chicken was too rubbery and did not , in no way gave an authentic chinese feel. Highly ok ambience. 1 star is for the good service.

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May 12, 2013response from the harikotian:

Sanket, We will address this immediately and I apologise for the blunder.

VFM,diverse menu,delicious fare!

Chindian at it's best!After a boring day at the mall across the street,my family and me wanted to grab a quick,no fuss dinner.So we walked into this blink-and-you-might-miss-it eatery across the road.Let's look at ambeince-CRAMPED.My dad has a tough time wedging his paunch between the table and chair :p They could've spaced things out a bit,the tables are tiny and the chairs just about squeeze in.Service-EXCEPTIONAL.The waiters (Satpal and Max) were so efficient,polite and knowledgeable about the menu,they din't stand on your head and checked on you at right intervals.Food-it's not authentic Chinese/Asian.But it's a damn good variant we call CHINDIAN.We ordered a prawn Tom Yum ((Rs 155) 1/2 and the portions were huge.Felt like I got 2 bowls for the price of one.Loaded with prawns,bamboo shoots,REAL Kaffir lime leaves,mushrooms and baby corn.And it was pretty close to the real thing.Next came a starter in the form of a chicken in Thai Chilli Basil Sauce (Rs 240)-well made and the flavours just burst forth in your mouth.Portion size-Aced!Mains included :Chicken in Hou sauce(prepared with ginger,red chilli paste in hoisin and oyster sauce) Rs 230-a tad bit sweet but likeable nonetheless,contained those delicious black mushrooms that I can't identify,Tofu and veggies in Black bean sauce(Rs 190)-well cooked tofu and veggies in a mildly spiced dark sauce,Burnt garlic fried rice (Rs 170)-good helping but no trace of burnt garlic,Szechuan Noodle(Rs 220)-Highly ok,very oily.All in all it was a good meal,we even had enough left overs to make a doggy bag out of and eat the next day.Bill for 4 pax-Rs 1200 : for 1 prawn soup,1 chicken starter,1 chicken main,1 veg main,2 portions of veg rice/noodles and a coke.VFM.
I like the menu,it's diverse (not always authentic,but covers cuisines like Thai,Malaysian,Burmese and even Japanese) and every category has a range of WELL DESCRIBED sauces/preparations that your can pair with your choice of meat of vegetables.They even do combos,sushi,mini meals etc.Portion sizes are good,one portion of everything (except soup) sufficed my family of four.I am definitely going back for well priced,well cooked Indo-Asian fare!
Ps- A special mention goes out the to servers,really enjoyed Satpal and Max's efficient and polite service.Also...I was surprised to see a very different Szechuan sauce(condiments on the table).I suspect they make it fresh or buy it fresh rather than the commercially available pre packed ones.Was SOOOOO good I wish I could buy it.Even the second condiment(don't know what it was but it was bloody good),it should be made available for purchase!!

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April 2, 2013response from the harikotian:

THANK YOU !!! thank you for your appreciation, frank and generous. About the sauces yes we make them fresh; in-house, all are sauces even the thai curry pastes are made in-house. Will pass on the full feedback to the kitchen staff, thank you for paying attention to the details and taking the trouble to mention all of this being so specific.

Cheap & Best!!!

a meal for 2 including non veg items @500-600 bucks in Mumbai is unthinkable!!! But these guys are too good with the food!!! For such a small dingy place, they have a lot of variety in terms of the food served... whatever we're had till date has been worth it... the momos, crispy corn, the pot rice, etc etc... They also have never compromised on the quality & quantity of the food... one of the best Chinese/oriental joints in Mumbai... worth every paise spent! If you happen to visit/ work in this side of the city do visit the place... u'll not be disappointed!

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March 4, 2013response from the harikotian:

The idea behind doing this place in 2009 was to shock and awe people with Quality/ Quantity and service on a regular working lunch, we are happy that we have been able to live up to our principals, values and intention with you. Thank you for your appreciation, we intend to keep up to your expectations of us and also exceed it, our new menu and special offers will soon be out please call us for the special coupons and the menu.

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Ahmad Naik

5 Reviews

November 03,2012

5.0

It's a personal favourite!

I've been to many Chinese eateries around this side of town, and am yet to find a place with a better ratio for value fo money is to taste and ambience. The staff is courteous and delightful and are willing to suggest items if you are undecided.

The Devil-cooked Chicken is the best starter there, hands down. At least it is for me, but other appetizers like Salt and Pepper Chicken have a unique taste as well. I'm not really a fan of Authentic Thai food, so cant really comment on that, but a few Appetizers like the Crispy Kai Kem are worth a shot.

The Pan Fried Noodles are again a personal favourite, and are in my opinion better than most of the places where its twice as expensive as well. If your a Rice lover, than the Nasi Goreng is a fresh experience when clubbed with a slightly sweet Hou Sauce.

All in all, it's a place that looks small and cramped on the outside, but leaves you more than satisfied when you walk out. I've gone there 4 times in a week as well so you can guess how much i'm biased towards it! Totally worth it.

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March 4, 2013response from the harikotian:

Thank you for your appreciation, sorry to respond this late, I had logged in here for quiet some time.

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Served raw momos, BIll No-29 (30/10/2012), 765 Rs

Bill No-29, Date-30/10/2012, D Boy- Subhash Paswan

My office is near Pheonix mills. We order or go to eat at this place all the time. They definitely serve some good food. But they also make disastrous mistakes at times and when I complain they don't agree with that.

I eat momos here all the time. Momos are my favorite food and I explore momo joints all overs India.

The last time I ordered food from Wok hei, as ususl Momos were also a part of the order. I ordered Chicken Steamed momos, Chicken Chilly gravy, Chicken Burnt garlic rice and Mixed meat Thai Pot rice. I opened the momos one hour after the delivery. The first bite I took , i chew a chunk of raw meat. I took it out from my mouth and realised its not cooked. One by one i checked and tasted the other momos and they were all raw. Also when i used to cut the momos the meat use to fall out like kheema. When a momo is cooked the meat becomes a tight ball and you can cut it with knife. Sadly Wok Hei was closed when this happened so no one picked up my call. Later in the night I gave them a call and told them in details. The captain told me that he will speak to the chef about it and then call me back. But he didn't.

A day later when I called up , he told me that he spoke to the chef and the chef said he cooked it to perfection. So What was my experience???? I placed a huge order and momos were part of that. I spent money on nothing and in response the chef is suggesting that I should eat raw meat????

I had it enough with these guys. Twice before they spoiled the food which includes one bulk order and one minor (which they replaced). But this experience repels me. Cant eat here anymore.

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March 4, 2013response from the harikotian:

I am sorry that I had not logged in on this site for a long time now, I missed responding, I might have been traveling because usually I get an SMS alert when anyone writes a review here. you can mail me at dpswokhei@gmail.com

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manojchan

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September 20,2012

4.0

Momos Momos & Momos

They Serve the Best Veg MOMOS in town, we had been there many times and being a vegetarian, have tried almost all the veg items of this joint, they are very delicious with express service.

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March 4, 2013response from the harikotian:

Thank you for your appreciation !!!

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Disha Anand

1 Reviews

September 05,2012

1.0

Worst Customer Service

I ordered for a Chicken Wonton Soup today at around 1.30 pm. Not only did they send the soup after an hour, they sent the WRONG soup. When I called them, the guy on the phone was EXTREMELY rude saying "tell the delivery boy to throw it" and also insisted that I ordered for Chicken wonton noodle soup instead of just chicken wonton soup. I explained to him, but he was not ready to budge and was extremely rude saying "don't order from here again". What kind of customer service is this? Our entire office orders food from Wok hei, but from now on we definitely WON'T!

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September 5, 2012response from the harikotian:

Disha, Thank you for stepping up and taking the effort to bring this to the notice of the management,I am at the restaurant now and have got to the bottom of what happened. I apologise for this rude behaviour on the part of my staff and have reprimanded the people concerned, I assure you that we will not tolerate any such insolence from our service staff. Please call me so I can hear your side of what actually happened as some of this is being denied by the person concerned, My name is Hari Kotian , I am a partner Wok Hei my cell nos are menti

Sumptuous food par excellence!

4 months in the city, tried a range of restaurants and hotels for some great food that could linger on for multiple visits and Wok hei is a must mention. Well till date i will say tops my list. Service, ambiance and the food is great. Ok, actually food needs a better adjective its par excellence.
while writing this review I feel myself already drooling over the thought of having the burnt garlic chicken and noodles. I guess i will have to rush....NOW, NOW, NOW for another WOWING experience.

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August 16, 2012response from the harikotian:

Thank you.... Thank You.... Thank you. Look forward to hypnotise your taste buds.

5.0

Taste the best East Asian food

I was in India as a tourist and there in Mumbai!!!! i had this chance to taste different East Asian delicious plates ... i really recommend it to all tourists and East Asian food lovers

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August 16, 2012response from the harikotian:

Thank you.....thank you.

Great Food

Mongolian Soup is heavanly...Portions are good for Rice & Noodles....Rates were quite different on Valentines day though. Service is equally upto the mark inhouse. Good Hygeine...
Menu was quite different on Valentine's day...Also there are few dishes of prawns / starters where the quantity is too less.
It's a join worth visiting regularly or should I say Daily.

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April 8, 2012response from the harikotian:

Thank you.ABOUT the special menu on Valentines Day ; we intend to offer special items, and experiment with new menus on special days like Valentines day or Diwali or New Year. I will look up which prawns starters you are pointing towards as less in quantity, the next time you are there, please ask for the feedback form and tell the manager about this feedback you have also. I will look this up now on my side.

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Rude!

Your food is great, but it never arrives on the time stated!

Today for instance, I ordered 2 soups at 12:45 and its 3PM. We regularly call for food at our office in Lower parel and this is always the issue.

I called back thrice to check and everytime the gentleman at the desk told me he had left and would reach in 5 minutes. When I finally got irritated and told him that it still hadn't arrived he told me the kitchen had shut and the soup was never on its way.

Now thats annoying.

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March 22, 2012response from the harikotian:

I am travelling out of town today but will get to the bottom of this by the end of the day, I am sorry. What you are saying sounds and is preposterous. Please call me on 9820127840 so that I can understand what exactly happened and deal with your complaint personally. I will be on a flight from 7-8.30pm.

March 22, 2012response from the jmchhor:

After a last and final phone call the 2 soups arrived over 3 hours late. We haven't paid for them.

Please ensure this doesn't repeat.

Thanks for the prompt reply.

My favorite food-spot for now!

A Food Joint according to me should be rated purely on the basis of its food, so
first of all I've rated it a 4 out of 5 based on the dishes I've tasted and those are not so many and not too few, considering the remaining menu.

Describing the joint :
The food here does an exceptionally well when it comes to serving really tasty food filled with varied rich flavors for a very very reasonable price. The best thing one can say about it is that it is "good Chinese food" for everyone and not just for people that can afford extremely expensive bills.


Soups :
Only tried the Chicken Meat Ball Soup when I'm in for something clear, but go for the Hunan Wonton Soup when I wanna get a little bit more flavor.

Heard their Chicken Sweet Corn Soup is legendary though.

Starters :
In Non-Veg :
I can't help but order the 'Devil Cooked Chicken' & the 'Pan-friend/Steamed Momos'
(I've tried their other starters but nothings as good according to me)

Veg -
Only Tasted the veg Tempura (Pretty Good, Not too Spicy, crunchy and a unique sauce)

I've tasted all their non-Thai non-veg gravies and its all pretty good

When it comes to rice I don't mind tasting -

The normal pot rice.

The Nasi Goreng is the best rice dish according to me...

and the Pan Fried Noodles are super awesome!!!!

Cons (according to me) -

I wouldn't ever dare trying the Thai Pot rice ever again though.... smells and tastes like hair oil.... :O


Oh yea... and the ambiance is decent and comfortable and the waiters are extremely humble and friendly.....

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March 16, 2012response from the harikotian:

Thank You Saad, I will pass your compliments/ appreciation to the staff.

March 16, 2012response from the Saad735:

Your most welcome good sir, Its a real pleasure eating at Wok Hei!

March 17, 2012response from the harikotian:

One thing about the the thai curry , smells of the coconut milk which does not go well with some people. Coconut milk / coconut oil= hair oil is the connection. Thank you.

March 17, 2012response from the Saad735:

Wooops my bad sir.... unfortunately me and my friends are really not that knowledgeable about the food ingredients as per the taste... hunger speaks, see? :D

Thanks for the clarification though.... :) Much appreciated!

madhur1 - Burrp User

madhur1

3 Reviews

December 10,2011

4.0

Awasome Thai food

I have been to this place twice now and i am in love with the Thai food out here, a neat clean, hygienic place with descent ambiance. Recommended that you try the Thai green curry out here.

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December 11, 2011response from the harikotian:

Thank you for your appreciation !!!!

madhur1 - Burrp User

madhur1

3 Reviews

December 10,2011

4.0

Awasome Thai food

I have been to this place twice now and i am in love with the Thai food out here, a neat clean, hygienic place with descent ambiance. Recommended that you try the Thai green curry out here.

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gmehra1982 - Burrp User

gmehra1982

1 Reviews

November 15,2011

5.0

Superboo

I visit WOK HEI almost every weekend. Its been a month now I havent been there. I love the Mongolian soup there .. it is to die for .. Thai pot rice ranks 2nd on my favourite .. its just the best in oriental food. A mst visit for every foodie.. Cheers Gautam

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November 16, 2011response from the harikotian:

Thank you. We will continue to live up to your expectations and strive to exceed it.

kkhansama - Burrp User

kkhansama

8 Reviews

November 15,2011

4.0

Good food, good service.

The food is so lovable at this place, I could not resist putting a write-up on burrp. I went to lower parel, was inside phoenix, I heard through one of my friends about one of the restaurants at Palladium, but due to some bad experience, I moved from there and coincidently visited this road-side restaurant wok hei.

What amazing food and people who serve the food, like family members!
I had one soup and hakka noodles where the taste was so real. I paid around 300 bucks inclusive of all, which is quite good ...

I give my best of wishes to you people and would strongly recommend this place.

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1.0

YUCK!! HORRIBLE!!

Ordered veg food which was delivered two and a half hours late!!! That's a record!! Wonder how Domino's would be if they had this kind of service. Tried the food cos I'm a Ruia-ite and DP's was a hangout. But the food was horrid! I had cottage cheese and mushroom with chilli... was ok but FLOATING in oil. The MIX VEG SOYA CHILI MALAYSIAN NOODLES.. MINI MEAL... yuck!!!
Dry, no taste... was as bland as water!

and ya
IF D MANAGEMENT IS GOING 2 REPLY Y DUN T U UPDATE D MENU CARD
menu card says a diff price
n price u hav 2 pay is much higher

yuk FOOD!! AT LEAST 4 VEG...

DP'S LOOSING FAITH IN U GUYSS..

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October 24, 2011response from the harikotian:

We did have a major problem with the kitchen on this friday and I was present there, sorry for the ridiculous amount of time we took to deliver, would want an opportunity to compensate, please ask the manager Mr.Rawat whenever you call in again Meher, I would want to replace the Mini meal and Veg main course.You may also speak to me directly on 9820127840, these nos are also mentioned on the menu card. Which menu are you talking about, the delivery menu at Wok Hei is the most recent we have. Wish you a very happy Diwali, Thank you for the Feedb

best budget chinese

sea food soup - good. chicken dumsum - very nice. fried noodles - good.
excellent pricing. small place to eat, difficult to find a table around lunch hour. view towards the kitchen is intresting evrytime the door opens. perfect break from shopping and lugging around phoenix!

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October 24, 2011response from the harikotian:

Thank you !!!! Wishing you a Happy Diwali !!!!

4.0

simply put, great VFM

Small, cozy place which makes moving around a little difficult, and since the tables and seats are also small, you'll definitely have to manage. Probably why the waiter knocked over a glass of water which spilt all over my friend.
But the food was definitely great. Good quantity and great taste. There were 3 of us, we ordered 2 starters and 2 main course dishes and the bill came to around 600.
the cottage cheese and mushrooms in chilli garlic was the best....definitely worth another trip.

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October 24, 2011response from the harikotian:

You are welcome again and again !!!! Thank you, Wish you a happy Diwali !!!!

3.0

Regarding the posted Menu

Friends ... just a quick FYI ... the Menu posted on burrp is very outdated. The actual prices for all the items are double than the price posted on MS for Wok Hei.

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August 6, 2011response from the harikotian:

the prices have been increased by 20-30 Rs.and the portions have also been sizeably increased, our Fried rice is more than sufficient for 2 people. any specific concerns on the pricing of some dishes please write to me on dpswokhei@gmail.com.

try it to believe it..!!

food 7/10
very helpful and well mannered waiters 10/10
parking would be a bit problem but all in all total value for money..!!

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Excellent chinese at affordable rates

Wok Hei is a small, humble joint opposite the large Phoenix Mall that boasts of grand restaurants. It has barely ten tables and sometimes you even miss it while passing that street. But you'll be awed by the quality of chinese food here. There might be contrary opinions to mine depending on each one's palate. But I've never got a bad tummy after eating from here, I've never had to save up money to come here and there are delectable dishes to please the taste buds.
To start with, they have impressive variety. They have interesting dishes on the menu which combine the weirdest ingredients in an amazing way. There are umpteen number of sauces to choose from, for your chicken, fish or prawns. The rice and noodles are something different. Apart from the usual fried rice and hakka noodles, they have thai bamboo noodles, korean rice with red sauce, bamboo rice wrapped in a leaf, etc. You must try the chilli beer chicken here. This is the yummiest chicken gravy ever eaten. And the waiters' suggestions are very credible. You can almost blindly ask them to suggest something special and be sure it's going to be delicious. Also try the chicken lollipops coated with schezwan masala, prawns in oyster sauce, tomyum soup. Most of their gravies are scrumptuous. And the meal comes to around 300 a head, which is more than decent. Can't stop ordering food from here.

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May 21, 2011response from the harikotian:

Thank you, we really got your appreciation, and will continue to create further to live up to the way you looked at us. Thanks.

Delivery service sucks. DO NOT DEPEND

I have ordered twice from them. The first time, the food was delivered to a random office as opposed to mine. The second time, the food wasn't delivered for one and a half hour, on calling the staff was rude and hung up on us. As I type this, it's been 1 hour 45 minutes and still no food. "We have too many customers," i am told. Good, then losing one won't affect u that badly.

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May 7, 2011response from the harikotian:

I am sorry for this experience of yours and will get to the bottom of what happened, we have an acute shortage of delivery staff, 2 boys are coping up with the job where we had 4 , however if you are dealing with any situation as the last 2 mentioned by you pls call me on my cell nos or write to me @ dpswokhei@gmail.com, 9820127840, my nos are mentioned on the menu card too.
I will deal with this today and would like to have your tel nos so I can know what exactly happened. Sorry once again for this experience of us.

5.0

super oriental fare at paisa vasool value!

If you are at Phoenix and spent hours and hours shopping, take a break from the mad chaos and crowd and crossover to Wok Hei for a piping hot bowl of Mangolian Soup. Top that with their Thai preparations and declare to the world what a successful day it has been.

Also, while you are there join us in our campaign to get back their authentic South Indian stuff. Pls pls pls coax Vinu to bring back the Kori Rotti and Chicken. Wok Hei is the only place that can make Thai Curry and Kori Rotti work on the same table. Beat that!

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Pan fried - is the way to go.

We finally have a good and affordable Chinese restaurant in Lower Parel. I have been a regular at Wok Hei since my office is at Lower Parel. They serve excellent Chicken pan Fried noodles(Better than 5 spice). The waiters are helpful and friendly. But they take time to serve you food, so your lunch break will easily be more than 45 mins...

I have also tried the momo`s several times....it wasn't upto the mark..

Overall a good place to go for Office lunches.....

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April 19, 2011response from the harikotian:

Thanks Rahul,Oriental cuisine ; each dish takes individually atleast takes 5-10 mins to be done justice to and lunch hour in the office area does really get crazy, becomes about serving a fine dine menu in something more like a fast food setup kind of demand.We are being innovative in our approach to meet the gap, do keep us informed with your feedback, dpswokhei@gmail.com.
Thanks.

Value for money

I found this place by complete chance while walking around Phoenix mills and I am glad I stumbled upon a good eating joint. The reception was really warm and friendly which makes you feel comfortable. The menu is one of the most organised menus I have seen especially the rice section is systematic and easy to understand.

However sometimes there could be a small mix up with the dishes during peak times but the staff is prompt in making the changes as soon as it is brought to their notice. The rice is very well cooked, tastes delicious and they have a large variety served with a smile. Mocktails especially the blue lagoon is what I like. And their deserts especially lovers wantons is definitely worth a try.

Overall nice ambience, good and reasonably priced food and friendly atmosphere makes this place a good place to eat. If only they are a little more careful especially during peak times it would really help this place become better.

All the best doing a good job. Hope you can open a joint in bandra too.

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April 9, 2011response from the harikotian:

Thank you, Yes we are looking forward to open a branch in Bandra or Shivaji park,any/all of your suggestions are more than welcome.Thank you once again for your appreciation.

LOVE THE FOOD!!

i think this is the one place i go every time im free n wanna grab a bit...the lamb is awesome here!!!! never had a dish at wok hei that didnt taste good....

the service is also nice....the waiters are sweet and helpful...i recommend this place to anyone and everyone for awesome veg or non veg chinese food!!

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April 9, 2011response from the harikotian:

Thank you for getting outhere and sharing your experience of us. Look forward to keep excellence in while serving you.
Hari Kotian
Partner

A Sasta aur Accha Chinese joint ;)

When your low on cash & craving un-Indian'ised chinese, this is the place to head to..Dont be surprised if you don't even find this place, as its tucked away in a really shady old building opposite Phoenix mills..But I would suggest don't go by the looks of it, as the food is really good..
Spicy corn chicken & Chicken Satay are my favorite starters here..The Fried rice & Flat Noodles taste really Good with the Chicken in Hunan Sauce...
Servings are just about enough for 2, which is sort of a let down as the quantity is much better at a restaurant like 5 spice at approx the same price..
But since there's no 5 Spice at Lower Parel, one has to make do with whats available!
Only suggestion would to be to probably expand the dessert menu a bit..
All in all, I'm definitely going back over & over again :)

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April 9, 2011response from the harikotian:

Thank you for your appreciation of what we love to do !!!

1.0

Bad Quality

Being a Ruia student, D.P's is like second home. I've regularly had D.P's food and completely enjoyed it.
I decided to recommend it to my colleagues and as D.P's Matunga does not deliver near my office, we called for food from D.P's Phoenix. Me and my colleagues called for Malaysian Flat noodles, Cottage Cheese Hunan Sauce and Schezwan rice. The food arrived very late (over an hour later) and when it arrived, the quality of the Malaysian noodles was bad. The noodles were stinking of something and completely inedible. We called the management and complained and asked for the refund. the managers reply was will send it as soon as we get time. Hope they get time soon.

this has been the worst D.P's experience for me and also earned me jibes from my colleagues. A horrid experience.

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January 21, 2011response from the harikotian:

I hope the conversation I had with you immediately on reading this feedback and the measures we took and promised to take about your complaint have left you satisfied.If there is anything at all , pls mail me (dpswokhei@gmail.com) or call me on my nos as I requested.
Thank you.

shylpa - Burrp User

shylpa

3 Reviews

December 17,2010

2.0

tax and other woes

Snapdeal voucher and tax woes cont with me too. Food is good and reasonable priced. They made a big goof up about seating. I had called and made reservations. We (along with my 5 year old son) were made to wait outside and then the table was given a group who just walked in!!! I had to fight and get the group to get up. The staff just said that they thought they had made reservations. No big apologies, nothing!! In such cases you offer a small cake or something. Not that we want freebies, but they goofed up and made the experience miserable

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December 19, 2010response from the harikotian:

Shylpa, I remember this happening and I was around, I am really sorry this was really a big GOOF Up by us , And am also sorry that we did not ensure that you walked out that night satisfied inspite of what happened.

Awesome food...shady uncomfortable seating

The place is tucked in an old building in the hustling concrete jungle - Lower Parel, located opposite High Street Phoenix. The seating is quite miserable and is very uncomfortable (due to less space between the seats)...

Food is awesome and the staff is also good...Would agree with the previous review about the guys charging some tax without it mentioned in the bill...(DealsNYou voucher) this is cheating...Chori karna buree baat hai...

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December 10, 2010response from the harikotian:

I am one of the partners responding, Yeh Chori Nahi hai aur ab jo mein bol raha hu use seena Jori Na samjhe yeh request hai; Snap deal and deals and you both had clear instructions that for the offer tax will be exclusive, also we ourselves do BUY ONE GET ONE offers on Sun, Mon, Tues every week ,(coupons available at our restaurant)our prices & Food are 'no kidding' value for money. So I completely disagree with what you have to say about 'CHORI'. The seats are uncomfortable , yes. but if you open a restaurant in Lower Parel these are the sizes

December 16, 2010response from the dev_12782:

Fine...

chondhe - Burrp User

chondhe

1 Reviews

November 01,2010

1.0

Cheats

Went thru snapdeal.com (discount voucher). While the food was ok, the guys at the restaurant, knowing that i came with a discount voucher added a 23% charge on my bill for tax and service charge on the bill. the service charge was added on the entire coupon value though i ate for half of it. To make things worse, nothing was printed on the bill and all just by the pen which makes me doubt if they added to other's bills. service tax is fine - but why service tax on the amount i've eaten and service charge on total bill value. They were out just to cheat me. Certainly not expected from DPs. May I add that you can check http://bit.ly/dnSddR that the hotel has to print VAT and service charge on the bill to claim it. The money was pocketed by the hotel. I've never seen a restaurant adding both a service charge and a service tax on the bill. Bunch of cheats.

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December 10, 2010response from the harikotian:

I am a partner of DP's Wok hei and I got to know about this incident much later since I was abroad when this happened, Although it was mentioned on the SNAP DEAL Coupons that taxes for the deal will be charged separately, in your case where you used the coupon for buying food worth less tha 500Rs which was the value of the coupon you bought the taxes & charges look really disproportinate, my request is that you call me (Mr Hari Kotian) on 24926030/1 so that the next time you are around we can give you the food for the balance amount which you d

3.0

Delivery areas?

Heard a lot about this restaurant.
Which are the Home Delivery areas and at what charge?
Just curious.
If anyone knows..
THanks

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December 10, 2010response from the harikotian:

There is no delivery charge in a 3kms radius. We deliver anywhere in Mumbai , call in for the finding out details. 24926030/1

Redefining Awful

I order a veg mini meal from Wok Hei at 11:30. They deliver at 1. I let that slide because it is Friday. But they'd sent me a chicken meal which they offered to replace provided I return the previous order. Seriously!
At 2, when there's no sign of the food, I call them. He says the standard "nikal gaya hai maidam" and hangs up.
The delivery guy shows up at 2:30 (the restaurant is 300 metres away). I demand my money back and he doesn't offer an apology, instead says nonchalantly, "Arrey, aaj Friday hai naa."
After lots of screaming and threats to take the delivery boy to the cops, they returned my money and took both meals back.
So, for anyone ordering a black-pepper Chicken or Veg meal sometime this month, I wish you well.

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July 2, 2010response from the harikotian:

Hi,
I am a partner at DP's and before I say anything I would say sorry, Now I know that it is an expected thing for me to begin with an apology in such a circumstance,like a formality to apologise before I say any further, I am saying that this is not a norm I am completing on my part , I mean 'SORRY'. I am in Pune now & have spoken to all the people involved from the kitchen to the delivery boy and have done the needful, we have an acute shortage of staff as of now as most of the restaurants but that is not an explanation for the delay an

4.0

missin tht Manglorean Prawn Curry with Dosa

i went thr ysrdy n came 2 knw tht Wok Hei has closed tht DP's take away section.... tht means no more Manglorean Prawn Curry with Dosa :(
hope u guys start serving it very soon ....
nyways till tht i'll continu enjoyn the lovely chinese food...

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December 10, 2010response from the harikotian:

THANK YOU !!!!!

Decently nice...

Visited this place courtesy a Snapdeal Voucher (50% off)...Went there with office colleagues (4 of us)...ordered Kung Pao potatoes, Singapore Noodles, Pot Rice and Mix Veg & Cottage Cheese in Chilli Bean Sauce + 2 Diet cokes. Everything was veg...

All for a bill of 495/- (too good)...food was also decently good but should appreciate the Kung Pao Potatoes and the Pot Rice specifically.

Highly recommended for Lower Parel people...

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December 10, 2010response from the harikotian:

Thanks !!!!

5.0

a chinese food to fall in luv with

only 1 thing i thing worth mentioning abt Wok Hei is tht my hobby has become the fan of chinese food since v've been thr. b4 tryinh this place he naver preffered chinese food & i was fond of it like anything.
but now a days he only insists 2 go 2 Wok Hei.

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December 10, 2010response from the harikotian:

THANK YOU !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Yes to Wok Hei

Went to a place opp Phoenix Mills rather than one of the regular expensive ones in Phoenix Mills compound and did not regret it at all. Started off with Manglorean Prawn Curry with Dosa (Rs.75/- only) and loved it. The curry was amazing and can give any other curry place a run for their money. Though I wish there were more than 6 prawns in my curry...

Then tried some wantons and dumplings..... both very tasty. The service was good and the restaurant decent. Wok Hei is a good place for good food at reasonable prices.... tell the guys though to go easy on the oil....

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December 10, 2010response from the harikotian:

Got the message a little late though, Will look up the feedback.

foodie333 - Burrp User

foodie333

5 Reviews

September 26,2009

3.0

Good Food

V went 2 this place 4 a lunch.. D place wasnt v. crowded but it is quite a small.. V ordered prawns chilly which wasa really good especially d prawns big n fresh, burnt garlic rice again a must try..

The only disappointing thing bout this place is their service which was v.slow.. Thogh v went 4 lunch they tuk ages 2 bring r order.. But i wud still recommned it 4 its food...

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Cool Joint

Liked the Veg Pot Rice - Rs 100/- Good Quantity - Tasty - Service Ok. Wanna try Non-Veg sometime.
Chandra Shetty

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3.0

Tasted fine, stomach queasy....

We were excited that D.P.'s decided to deliver food from their confused Chingalorean (yes, I made that up - Mangalorean + Chinese) joint in Lower Parel. The pictures of the food, albeit done by a professional photographer, are enticing, especially the pics of the Idlis and Dosas with Mangalorean Chicken Curry and Prawn Curry. 3 of my office mates and I decided to place an order for 2 non veg items and 2 veg items - we opted for some chicken momos and veg momos as starters too. For lunch, we each had a dosa - 2 with traditional veg masala and 2 with Mangalorean chicken.

The momos, while appealing in their look, were of average taste. The chicken tasted a bit manufactured, and was very densely packed into the shell. Traditionally, I like my dim sum to be light, airy, fluffy and piping hot. The Mangalorean curry does come on the bone, so be aware of that. The gravy tasted fantastic, but unfortunately, we were served more bone than chicken.

My herbivorous friends also had average to slightly above average experience. This very well may be due to the fact that this was home delivery. Very few restaurants in Mumbai know how to effectively pack their food in order to maintain the original flavors - but having that said, we were expecting much more. Most likely won't order from here again - but will definitely give it a shot if I am in the vicinity.

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3.0

No veg gravy!? WTF!

Ordered in from D.P's for lunch this afternoon. I'm veggie so wanted dosa with some veg Chettinad gravy, only to have the guy on the phone say they don't have any veg gravies? WTF!

So I got myself a masala dosa (which I could've ordered from Ganga Vihaar across the street). That said, the dosa was very good. Not oily at all, and the masala, tasty.

The portion of steamed veg dumplings I ordered was very nice as well, but it was too oily.

The other guys on the table loved their dosa with Mangalorean chicken curry, but fell sick two hours later!

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fudii - Burrp User

fudii

5 Reviews

June 29,2009

5.0

Cant stop coming here

Been here lot of time and keep coming here again and again and till now not once got a bad experience so felt the need to write the review this time i wanted to try some thing new thou there is lot of things on the menu. I am a totally spicy freak the pani puri kind of persons with lot of chilly but always was told here that all or mildly spicy. but this time i had to have some thing spicy which led to a amazing discovery Khoon Phan Woon Sain i dont know if i got the name right but i think thats it Spicy Crispy Prawns Balls superb... Spiced up Red Curry with Steam Rice and Pot Thai Rice which is cooked in the same pot as i was informed latter very nice.... totally satisfying my spicy needs. taste is more important for me but yes it is a total VFM place too. Good they finally got the Credit Card Machine which was really missing. service is ok i think always been treated well but it can be just my luck or something. This will be always on my recommended list if they keep doing what they are doing best that is keep feeding Good food.....

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4.0

too good V F M

wow great food , love the chilly beer prawns , the prawns were fresh & i had the thai rice it's was spicy & great to taste , this pis a total vfm kind of place , but it gets a little too noisy at times.
but if your looking for good tasty food around lower parel it's really worth going, also the owner informed me that they are opening two new branches one at shivaji park & the other in andheri.

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4.0

great chinese food but poor service

The place is nice, food is great especially the mongolian soup, momos, chicken in beer sauce, pomfret. However the service is a total let down. The Waiters are totally dis-oriented and looks like the managment is not capable to run a restaurant.
As far as possible it is better to place the order at one go, because you are practically ignored for attention of the waiters. One waiters is particular keeps on smiling and thats the maximum he does.
If the service can be improved then thic can become a HIT Place, its only the food that keeps a foodie comiong back to the place.

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Good Value for Money

good VFM

nice cosy place --decent -average service--too much on the menu

should try and specialize the dishes

all in all an average fare with great VFM

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4.0

KOOL !!!!

Having read D.P, s was wondering if it belongs to the same owner of the D.P, s at Matunga (opp Ruia Collage where I was a regular) Yes.
Just 3 weeks old, cozy place but can get cramped if full.
The menu, a mix of Chinese and Thai and surprising some Tibetan too!! And a separate menu for Mangalorean which only when enquired was given. Strange!
Momos accompanied by chefs special spicy sauce is a MUST try and also the Veg Mongolian Soup. Going thru the earlier reviews thought of trying the Roasted Chicken Cantonese Style (not commenting anything on this dish ... wish to try it again)
Stir Fried Veg, Veg in Black Bean Sauce and Veg Bamboo rice were well prepared and good.
Vinny suggested CHILLY BEER CHICKEN and boy he was bang on target. Awesome
(Great taste nice portion tender pieces of chicken)

The service was ok should get better.
Big boys at phoenix, you have competition. Wok Hei – 100% VFM
We were 4 and damage ….625

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simply chinese

Yesterday i Had gone to Big Bazaar Phoenix Mill to do some shopping and just as came out from the gate i noticed this restaurant Wok Hei and just thought of having some thing to eat. As the name suggested it was a Chinese Restaurant. Thou i have traveled this side of town, i
thought how come i missed this one before ..which i came to know latter that because its just opened 2 weeks or so before. Ambiance was good i specially liked the Buddha Idol and the Chinese Vase that they had
put outside. While entering i saw the pictures of Dosa with some curry outside........ so got confused as to what to order Chinese place with Dosa ,but as i was confused this guy called Vinny who i think is the owner helped me out to explain that they serve Dosas with chicken curry or
Prawns curry at live counter outside and Chinese inside but u can still order Dosa's inside if u like. Well he suggested some Chinese dishes on my request the first Dish i Tried out was Veg.Mongolian Soup which was very tasty in fact i will recommend all vegetarians to surely try it out then i had Fried Wontons Veg Bamboo Rice, Mix Veg in
Hot Garlic Sauce and Pot Rice and let me tell u it was simply the best food i had. I ended the meal with Litchi Toffee Ice Cream the best end to a very good meal i am sure i will be coming to this place very often and have recommended this place to all my friends. The food is great and so is the prices reasonable i might say did not try out there Dosa as i am a vegetarian so no comments on that. Do check out
this place for a good meal and if you have any doubts what to order just ask Vinny to suggest u some thing.

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D.P.'s Does China

South Indian Matunga joint DP's Fast Food that has been around for ages has opened this new Oriental restaurant bang opposite Phoenix Towers (to shopaholics: that is next to Phoenix Mills). Thai and Chinese starters, soups, main course dishes and dessert with a sprinkling of Tibetan appetizers (like momos and wontons) make up the fare. Thrown into the mix are a variety dosas that can be paired with Mangalorean curries. It costs lesser to eat standing up at the counters outside. The servings are large and the prices low, so a meal here won't cause much damage to the wallet.

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gr8 place

Since its just opened 2 days back.. its a good place a refreshing change.. finally an exclusive chinese restaurant which was really needed in that busy area.. which has no proper chinese restaurant..we manage to visit their 2 time and were satisfied with its food...v had a chicken starter which was good to tatse and quantity as per price and also it serves mangalorean chicken curry with neer dosa or any choice of our dosa to choose from the menu and even prawns mangalorean curry.which is a treat to taste for ...and also their is a vast variety of sea food dishes in chinese menu and the main course, rice and noddels are worth the bucks for taste....and it has a few desserts and coconut pan cakes.which are worth tryin .But just one prob, the service is bit slow .. it almost costs us 350-400 bucks for a meal for 2 .. on final note a good place to have a meal..

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