I saw a listing of this restaurant on UberEats at first and an offer was going on with meal box for Rs. 50. I ordered Kung Pao Chicken + Non – Veg. Schezwan Gravy + Noodles.
Kung Pao Chicken: Chicken was a bit on the chewier side and taste was decent. 3/5 on taste.
Non – Veg. Schezwan Gravy: Gravy was flavorful but not among the good ones I have had. 3/5 on taste.
Noodles: Excellent in taste. Noodles were perfectly cooked and had very nice flavor. I like the noodles to be like this one only. 4.5/5 on taste.
Burmese Khow Suey with Fish: Excellently made and tasty. Fish was tender and its flavor was obviously overcome by the gravy of the dish. Noodles were thin and tasted great with the gravy. Condiments were good and added personalization to the dish if needed. 4.5/5 on taste.
This restaurant has been a default one for me to order Burmese Khow Suey vegetarian. It is great in flavors and I totally love it.
Wok box: Good in quantity and quality. I has orders rice with black bean sauce. Taste was good. 3.5/5 on taste.
American chop suey: I thought it will be noodles with gravy, but it was only a container full of gravy and fried dry noodles. The gravy was a bit on the sweetish side but tasty. After having some I saw an insect inside it. I took it out, took a picture and threw away the rest. 4/5 on taste but zero-rating for the Hygiene.
Manchow soup: Decent in flavors and nothing great. Most of the roadside Chinese stalls have better soups than this. 3/5 on taste.
Tom yum soup: Sour and more like a tomato soup with lot of vinegar. 2/5 on taste.
Following were my recent orders from Meraki apart from Khow Suey which is a routine order for me.
Chicken Wings: It was sweet is the first thing I have to say. The chicken was well cooked and tender but the sweet flavor without any spiciness ruined the taste of a good chicken dish. If you like sweet chicken, then only think of ordering this item otherwise do not even think about it. 2.5/5 on taste.
Chicken Chow Chu: It was having a lot of perfectly cooked chicken with a little crispy layer and soft inners. There were a lot of spicy green chilies and dry masala full of garlic. The overall flavor of the chicken was excellent. It was spicy and one of the best Chinese chicken starters I have had. It was different than typical Chinese starters in that it was dry without any sauce, but it was not dry to taste. 5/5 on taste.
Drums of Heaven: I had put instructions to make it spicy and not sweet. The taste of the wings was good, but not spicy. They were perfectly cooked, soft, and flavorful.