'Tasca' in Thane's Khopat is a must-visit place for Oriental buffet

This newly opened restaurant in Thane serves offers a vast variety of dishes chosen from the oriental kitchens. Their buffet on the table menu at a very affordable price, will make your experience worth it.

'Tasca' in Thane's Khopat is a must-visit place for Oriental buffet

Seldom do we say that an area has enough of restaurants because with increasing love for food and options being available, one wants to explore and try as much as he can, in and around his immediate vicinity. Moreover, food and restaurant enthusiasts are also focused on offering something new and different to customers, thereby cater to more people for a unique dining experience.

Striving to offer the same is 'Tasca,' a new restaurant in Thane, which offers a vast range of dishes from the oriental kitchens. 

The highlight of the event is the Buffet on the table treat, where one gets to taste food selected from different parts of the world. The specially curated menu will take some time off your schedule, as it will leave you wondering what all to order. The chef has curated menu served in the Italian, Chinese, Thai, and Japanese meals, making this quaint place in Thane known for its Pan-Asian offering.

The buffet on the table menu includes a variety of dim sums and momos, soups, starters, rice/noodles, gravy, dessert and more, and costs just 599 for non-veg and 499 for veg, for the full course meals. However, we chose the ala-carte option, and our choice of food included Miso Ramen soup, Lemon Coriander Soup, Spicy Som Tom Vegetable Salad, Assorted Vegetable Dimsum, Vegetable California Roll, Crispy Lotus Steam with Black Pepper Curry Leaves, Pan Fried Chilli Fish, Burmese Khao Suey, and Flash Fried Sliced Lamb. 

Firstly, the quantity of food served is quite good for two people. Moreover, there are many options to choose from, so much so that you may want to visit the restaurant again to try some more. Most of the dishes served have a distinctive taste, yet authentic. The soup was served appropriately, leaving enough room for more dishes. Crispy Lotus Steam with Black Pepper Curry Leaves was recommended by the staff and for starters, it was a good choice. It was light and had a distinctive texture and flavour. But the best two dishes from our choice of the menu were Pan Fried Chilli Fish and Burmese Khao Suey. 

The dinner was quite eventful, and we were quite full after these, and so chose not to have the desserts. Overall, the experience was quite interesting, and we are already making plans for our second visit. For the ones in Thane and around, this place should be on the must-try list.

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