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Delight your taste buds this Ramadan with flavors of Asia’s finest cuisine at Asia Kitchen by Mainland China

When Filipinos dine out here in Dubai, it’s usually to fulfill a particular craving that they have. For those who wish to enjoy the most flavorful modern Asian cuisine, they can now enjoy a variety of delicious delights served from Asia Kitchen by Mainland China.

With two locations in Dubai, Asia Kitchen by Mainland China whips up several dishes from the Far East that are sure to delight your senses. From the delicious aroma to the delectable taste with each bite. Locations include their branch at Dubai’s central commercial hubs at Burjuman Centre at Bur Dubai. Their other branch is located at the Jumeirah Lakes Towers.

Here are some of our top picks from their menu:

Creamy Mayo Tofu Sriracha. Start your Asia Kitchen by Mainland China experience with this delicious appetizer that originates from Thailand. This mix of mayo and Sriracha spice whets the appetite to prepare each diner’s taste buds for their journey from the UAE to the Far East.

Prawn Hargao. When a dish is served at an iconic bamboo steamer, you know you’re getting the real deal for your Asian dish cravings. Asia Kitchen by Mainland China’s Prawn Hargao serves six pieces of freshly-steamed prawn delights filled with delicious goodness from the sea. It’s one of the best in the city.

Nasi Goreng. Take your taste buds to Indonesia where the Nasi Goreng craze all began. Asia Kitchen by Mainland China puts their own twist with the Nasi Goreng, incorporating the right amount of spice to have you scooping another spoonful of rice.

Prawn Tempura Roll. One of the must-try dishes in Asia Kitchen by Mainland China is their selections of sushi rolls – and the Prawn Tempura Roll is no exception. Each slice of the roll provides a delicious combination of fresh shrimp, vegetables, rice, and unique flavors and spices that gives a fulfilling feeling to the tongue.

Ramadan specials

This Ramadan 2021, Asia Kitchen by Mainland China will also feature several special combos that the family and barkada will enjoy for Iftar that you’ll start with the UAE’s traditional dates to break your fast, and have yourself and your loved ones enjoy a whole tour of Asia through your taste buds.

Their Ramadan Combo Meal includes their Chicken and Straw Mushroom Siomai as your dimsum starter and Pan Fried Chili Fish. Your main course will be their fan-favorite Braised Chicken In Smoked Chilli Sauce as well as the Asian Pickled Pepper Chicken! Diners can pair this with a choice of Chicken Hakka Noodles or Chicken Fried Rice. For dessert, you’ll get Hot Chocolate Rolls, fresh cut fruits and fruit juice!

Asia Kitchen by Mainland China also serves two kinds of Ramadan Group Meals – with a choice of either Chicken or Seafood selections which also offer Hot Chocolate Rolls, fresh cut fruits and fruit juice for both packages group meal deals.  Good for 3-4.

Their Chicken Group Meal includes huge servings of their Asian Pickled Pepper Chicken and their Braised Chicken Smoked Chili Sauce. These two delicious viands are paired with their Egg Fried Rice and Wok Tossed Chicken Noodles.

Meanwhile, those who prefer seafood will be served Hunan Prawns along with Fish in Smoked Chili Sauce. These would then be served with their Wok Tossed Prawn Noodles and their Mixed Meat Fried Rice.

Filipinos can enjoy this promo for an entire month, from April 10 to May 12, 2021.

Asia Kitchen by Mainland China also provides a 25% discount for deliveries from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm. Just visit: www.asiakitchen.ae

The restaurant is open seven days a week from 11:00 am to 11:45 pm for dine in.

Neil Bie

Neil Bie is the Assistant Editor for The Filipino Times, responsible for gathering news that will resonate among OFW readers in the UAE, Philippines, and around 200 countries, where the platform reaches both Filipinos and worldwide audiences. ||| Get in touch with Neil at: Facebook: Neil Bie ||| Email: [email protected]||| or by sending a message to the Facebook page of The Filipino Times at: https://www.facebook.com/FilipinoTimes/

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