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New Sernyaa

Andheri West
185, Adarsh Nagar, Oshiwara Link Road, Near Jain Party Hall, Andheri West, Mumbai
Open now and till 11:30 pm
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Price: Rs.600 for two

Cuisine: Seafood, Chinese, Tibetan

Known for: Thukpa, Veg Momo, Chicken Momo

Large Group Friendly
Home delivery
Air conditioned
Take Away








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genesis - Burrp User

genesis

September 30,2013
4.8

Still Carrying The Flame

Visited after many months to order a takeout of momos, thukpa, tibetan flat noodles and 2 main courses (Chicken and Veg).
Trying to be veg, passed on the usual pork momos and ordered the veg ones. They were surprisingly good and tasty. Not filled with half cooked greens like many other places.
The thukpas (veg and chicken) were great as usual. Chicken was so so, flat noodles great and the buddhas delight was awesome.

Friends with whom we had dinner cemented the fact that despite the ambience and appearance, food is what sets Sernyaa apart.
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Saurabh Shete - Burrp User

Saurabh Shete

August 21,2013
3.8

Restaurant Review : Sernyaa

Located in Oshiwara, is this blink and you’ll miss joint right opposite the famed Lotus petrol Pump. Recommended by a friend of mine, saying, don’t expect great ambiance, but you can expect really good food, I decided to give it a go.

Along with my partner I went. It took us a while to locate the restaurant… drove past a couple of times but eventually after asking a few people, we saw the dimly lit, obscure place. One really wouldn’t expect it to be in an area like Oshiwara, where all other places are vibrant and loud in their outward appearance!

So we found a parking spot and entered. A very small, 6 tabled joint, greeted us with a typical Chinese food aroma! Ideally it is supposed to be a Tibetan restaurant, but us, Mumbai city slickers wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between Chinese and Tibetan food.

Anyway, we’d been recommended the Thuk-pa soup. Was supposed to be their best offering. So, without even looking at the Menu, we ordered for a Chicken Thuk-pa soup and in typical Indian style, like we do for all Chinese food, asked him to split it in two – Chicken Thuk-pa soup, One by Two, our order!

For starters, anybody with common sense would order Momos at a Tibetan place. However, like everyone around me keeps saying, Common sense is the most uncommon. And that’s exactly what I lack, many a time. We ordered the Manager’s recommendation, Pepper spiced chicken. The name itself, sounds like a Chinese dish originated in a local restaurant!

The soup arrived, and lived up to every appraising word about it. It was perfectly seasoned, light, had copious amounts of boiled chicken pieces and served its purpose of being an appetizer to the T. The starter, as expected, looked and tasted exactly like any other Chinese starter that you may find at your neighborhood Chinese joint. Although it tasted really well, it was a bit oily.

For the main course, we ordered one of their unpronounceable noodles. We asked them to not make them spicy and they obliged. The noodles arrived at the table within minutes of ordering. Again, ample quantity of chicken pieces in the dish to complement the noodles. The noodles, quite honestly tasted like the usual Haka noodles. They even looked the same. However, the myriad choices of sauces placed on each table, made every bite interesting.

The key thing to observe along with good food, is that unlike other Chinese restaurants, where the Manager is typically Indian but the waiters are imported from the North Eastern parts of India to resemble Chinese, this is a complete paradox. The waiters are locals while the manager looks quintessentially Tibetan.

Our only grouse – The walls are painted bright red, which gives a very crammed feel to the place, and the tables are literally places adjoining each other, ergo, at times, you find yourself a part of your neighboring table’s conversation!

Otherwise, it left good memories with us. The total bill for two for this three course meal was Rs. 620, which, in today’s times, is cheap for a West suburban joint!

Food: 4/5
Ambiance: 2/5
Service: 4/5
Verdict: Deserves repeat visits.
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23 months

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