Asia Tang opened its doors only quite recently, but its name has become synonymous with tasty, delectable food from the Far East. When they opened, they were serving only lunch and dinner and now they have started serving breakfast too. Breakfast options include Oriental and Continental food and even Continental with an Asian twist.
I was lucky enough to be at the launch of the Breakfast menu and so I tried many of the dishes on it. My favourite ones were the Duck Wonton Soup, Thai Omlette with Kai Pad Krapow and Poached Eggs & Quinoa with Asian Greens and Soya Sesame Vinaigrette.
I was quite reluctant to try the Duck Wonton Soup as I’ve had some bad experiences with duck-based dishes elsewhere but this one blew me away. The broth was well-balanced and super tasty, and the duck tasted delish too, and there wasn’t any after-taste. The Thai Omlette was different from the other omlettes that I’ve tasted so far, and it was delicious. The Poached Eggs & Quinoa with Asian Greens and Soya Sesame Vinaigrette was mind-blowing. Eggs were poached perfectly and the quinoa with the greens and the dressing made a terrific combination.
There are a lot of egg-based dishes here and one can choose from Eggs Benedict with Classic Hollandaise or Thai-style Hollandaise or Eggs Royale with Classic or Thai-style Hollandaise. These are served with Veal Bacon or Smoked Salmon. They were delish and the bacon was crispy and yumm.
Another dish I liked was the Steamed Chilli Crab Buns. These are typical Far Eastern food and resemble dumplings but are bigger and thicker. For the sweet-toothed people out there, they have Waffles with Whipped Cream & Fresh Berries. Though the waffle had a nice taste, it was a little too hard to chew.
The interior of the restaurant is very well done, from the plants to the art on the wall, to the pretty pots to the cushions, much care has been given to every detail that it’s a very pretty place to dine in.