The menu is quite extensive and a balance of veg and non-veg dishes. It ranges from delicious starters to soups, salads to sushi to dim sum and noodles. Some of the interesting dishes which caught my eyes were Veg Flambe, water chestnuts and Corn Rounds spoon, Nasi Goreng, Hand Pulled Noodles, Khow Suey, Eight Treasures Stir Fry, Futomaki Rolls and Crystal Dumplings. I wish they had more dessert options apart from the Darsaan. We tried the following...
- Cashew Tofu Stir Fry (5/5)
- Mushrooms sauteed with water chestnuts (4.5/5)
- Yin Yang House Uramaki Rolls (4/5)
- Crispy Onion Carrot Tempura Uramaki (4.5/5)
- Crystal Dumplings of Asian Greens (4/5)
- Khow Suey (5/5)
- Darsaan with Orange (4/5)
Mushrooms sauteed with Water Chestnuts was served next. Another brilliant dish. Tasted somewhat like the Tofu stir fry but the texture was bit different. Crunchy water chestnuts and juicy mushrooms were sauteed well in the spicy, tangy sauces. Liked it.
After trying Sushi at almost every place in Pune, I have certainly developed a palate for it. Quite excitingly, I ordered Yin Yang House Uramaki Rolls. Soft, white rice enveloped creamy avocado, fresh cucumber, cream cheese served with Gari (pickled ginger) and wasabi. It was fresh and delicious but lacked the punch. Though, it was a nice attempt.
Next was Crispy Onion Carrot Tempura Uramaki. Delicious, crunchy tempuras rolled in sticky rice. It had crunch and mild flavours. Nicely made.
One of the most popular Dimsums/Dumplings were really good too. We tried the Crystal Dumplings of Asian Greens. Beautiful translucent dumplings with greens had the right amount of veggies and flavours. It was pillowy soft and scrumptious in taste. Can't stop eating at one!
Another dish that blew my mind was the Khow Suey. We had it pre-made otherwise each element is served separately. You can mix and match as per your palate. One given to was perfectly suited – mildly spicy, creamy, crunchy, delicate with contrasting flavours. Superb! Highly Recommended!
The only thing that surprised me was the choice of dessert. There was only one item – Darsaan (Fried Noodles) served with the choice of topping (Strawberry/Orange/Ice-cream). Darsaan itself was very good. We tried Orange one that means Darsaan were topped with Orange Syrup. Not too sweet nor soggy. Went well with the scoop of Vanilla Ice-cream.
Overall, Yin Yang looks promising. A must visit place for delicious Thai Curries, Khow Sueys, Dimsums, Sushi, Nasi Goreng, and Silken Tofu.