In India, Japanese cuisine is proving to be a hit among foodies, especially the young and the health conscious people.
Initially it was limited to only 5-star hotels but now there are many mainstream Japanese restaurants, which in the truest of senses are value for money.
The most common Japanese dish known to the world is Sushi. It is essentially vinegar-flavoured rice rolled with cooked seafood, vegetables, and egg in the center. It is served with pickled ginger, Wasabi, and soy sauce.
Sushi has grown to be a favourite amongst people, and these restaurants in Delhi are best to satisfy your sushi cravings.
Yum Yum Cha
Yum Yum Cha is a casual restaurant located in Saket’s buzzing Select CITYWALK. The kitchen at YYC churns out freshly rolled and perfectly balanced sushi, which is very cleverly presented and is a value for money.
This under-rated cafe serves some mind-blowing sushi. It features an extensive sushi menu boasting of fresh Tuna, Yellow-tail, Salmon and Soft Shell Crab. Don’t miss out on their signature Prawn Tempura Maki and their California Roll!
No one does a Spicy Mushroom Sushi Roll better than Fatty Bao, and their Asparagus Tempura & Cream Cheese Roll is delectable. Skip the usual Prawn Tempura and order the Tuna Gunkan and Smoked Salmon and Dill.
Guppy by Ai
It’s a quirky Japanese restaurant, with décor so vibrant that you’ll feel like you have into the pages of an anime cartoonist’s sketch pad. At Guppy the Chef prepares the sushi in front of you. They make their own wasabi and it is better than any other you may taste. You must try their Edamame California Roll, Spicy Salmon Roll and Shrimp Tempura.
Wasabi is a place that has set the standards for Japanese food in India. Each dish here stems from the field of contemporary Japanese cuisine and is nothing short of spectacular. So if you’re dining with a group of 8 or more, opt for Wasabi’s private dining for a private chef and exclusive access to their personalized choice of sushi. Their salmon Avocado Sushi Rolls, Shrimp Tempura Maki, Nigiri Sushi, and Eel Rolls come highly recommended.
Itadakimasu! (Bon appétit)
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