Pan Asian delicacies have taken over the taste buds of Mumbaikars. Be it Chinese food, Korean food, Thai food etc. we have developed a taste for these delicacies and there are many restaurants that deliver when it comes to the food quality as well as quantity and one of these places is BusaGo.
Why should you go here?
BusaGo has four outlets located in Andheri, Mahim, BKC and Bandra West. They are a pan Asian restaurant catering to Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese and Thai food. They do not have a vast menu but be sure that everything on it has a unique taste and is delicious. The outlet in Bandra West is pretty tiny with four tables on the inside and 3 on the outside.
So what should you try?
For starters, the steamed momos are a must. They are a bit small but what they lack in size, they make up for it in taste. The outer layer of the dough is thin and soft which blends perfectly with the filling on the inside. And not to mention they are really pleasing to look at as they come in the Bamboo Steamer Box.
Their Spicy chilli noodles is another must try. Consisting of Malaysian flat noodles and the option of chicken or pork, this is a bowl of yummy goodness topped with a full fried egg, easily filling for one person.
If you’re not into spicy food then we suggest trying the sesame chicken. This dish is really sweet as it consists of a coconut curry blended together with honey glazed chicken, soy garlic and mixed with egg fried rice.
In conclusion, this restaurant manages to stir up some delicious food to tickle your taste buds, the ambience and service are pretty good as well. Price wise they may seem a bit high for some as all the above 3 dishes together will cost you around Rs 980 with tax but all in all they are worth a try.
- Shop No. 11, Gasper Enclave, Opposite Gold’s Gym, St John Road, Pali Hill, Bandra West
- 19, Link Plaza, Oshiwara Link Road, MHADA Colony, Oshiwara, Andheri West
- Ground Floor, FIFC Building, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai
- Unit 24, 25 & 26, Allied Industrial Estate, Ram Panjwani Marg, Mahim, Mumbai (No seating arrangement)