Despite its name, Three Quarter Chinese is not your traditional Chinese restaurant; rather, it is a novel fusion buffet located under Amoeba on Church Street. The HM Group, of which this restaurant is a member, is responsible for a number of other popular restaurants and building companies.

If you’re feeling really hungry, you should definitely check out Three Quarter Chinese, since it offers a wide variety of dishes and flavours to accommodate every preference. Located in the middle of the city, this buffet has quickly become a go-to for big parties and families looking to sample a wide variety of cuisines.

Points to Remember

  1. Ideal for Large Gatherings: Three-Quarter Chinese is well-equipped to accommodate large groups, making it an excellent choice for gatherings and celebrations.
  2. Alcohol-Free Environment: This restaurant offers a refreshing alcohol-free atmosphere, perfect for those looking to enjoy a meal without alcoholic beverages.
  3. Vegetarian Selections: In addition to its diverse menu, Three-Quarter Chinese provides a range of vegetarian options to cater to different dietary preferences.


The buffet at Three Quarter Chinese is amazing, with over 40 options (including delicious chaats). The food is a delicious fusion of Asian and Indian flavours that will take your taste buds on an unforgettable adventure. The restaurant’s above-average quality is reflected in the large number of repeat customers who come there for the cuisine and the lively atmosphere.

The buffet has everything you might want for a good meal: live counters, chaat stations, salads, and a delicious dessert table. The savoury Momos, live counter creations, seafood meals, and an assortment of desserts are just a few of the attractions of this restaurant’s broad menu.

The Chicken Momos stood out among them because of the excellent harmony of their many flavours. Other meals were praised for their flavorful flavouring as well. This restaurant gets excellent reviews for both its quality and its low price (less than $868 for two people).

There looks to be potential for development, however, in the area of drinks. The mocktails’ aesthetic attractiveness belies their lack of personalization and flavour.

In sum, anyone interested in good meals should consider visiting Three Quarter Chinese. Personally, I can’t wait to go back and try more of their unique and tasty dishes.


₹ 710/- (Weekday Lunch Price)
₹ 810/- (Weekday Dinner Price)
₹ 810/- (Weekend Lunch Price)
₹ 868/- (Weekend Dinner Price)


No. 22, Amoeba Complex, Church St,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001
Phone: 080 3290 4888

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