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“UNIQUE” Japanese Restaurant | Edo ITC Gardenia

 

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Edo, the most favored Japanese restaurant in the heart of the city, is now open for lunch on all days of the week. Just right for a busy work lunch or a meeting, one can now savor authentic Japanese delicacies served with efficiency and speed in a tranquil ambiance.

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Edo – Award-winning, acclaimed Japanese masterpiece restaurant at the ITC Gardenia.

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Fresh ingredients, ambiance befitting a fine dining restaurant and excellent service, total value for money! OBENTO is a complete meal which includes elements of Japanese Cuisine in portion sizes suitable for one person. A Traditional Obento includes rice, fish or meat with pickles or cooked vegetables.

Apart from the a la carte menu, the Edo will offer an Obento — a quick lunch option and an Omakase, an elaborate five-course option. You can pick the option you like depending on the amount of time you have.

Note:  Obento is a single portion full meal, very well-known to Japanese cuisine. Other cuisines, across Asia, have similar single meal concept; hope you’re familiar with Thali or Dabba.

The Obento box has elements such as the Oshi-nko (pickled vegetables), Zensai (appetizers), sushi, sashimi, miso soup, tempura, Chawanmushi (steamed egg custard with prawn and chicken), Robatayaki (live grills), Syokuji which is the main course and dessert, Mizugashi.

I tried the other option called, omakase. Omakase is a style of meal where the chef selects the dishes. It translates to ‘I’ll leave it up to you,’ and that’s correct what I did. I had the experience of a traditional meal called Kaiseki, curated by the chef. Each dish was a work of art, both visually and for the senses.

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Adding a pleasure to the meal will be signature Japanese non-alcoholic beverage options to choose from. The dessert was spectacular. We were served the Mizu Shingen Mochi, the Japanese Water Cake. The perfectly transparent bubble-shaped cake was served with chocolate soil. The recipe is experimental, yet high. The food at Edo delivers on taste as well was the ‘wow’ factor.

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The Obento is priced at Rs 2000++ for Vegetarian and Rs 2250++ for the Non-Vegetarian. Reservations are recommended and can be made on Tel: +918043455000.

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Note: Set Menu and a-la carte; Price available on request!

Venue: Edo, ITC Gardenia, # 1, Residency Road,

Bengaluru 560025, India

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