Lifestyle Food and Recipes 12 Jul 2019 Review: Yazu – ...

Review: Yazu – Pan Asian Supper Club

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | ARPITA HALDER
Published Jul 12, 2019, 3:34 pm IST
Updated Jul 12, 2019, 3:34 pm IST
Mumbaikers new found love for oriental cuisine.
L-R: Dimsums and Bhut Jolokia Mule at Yazu. (Photo: File)
 L-R: Dimsums and Bhut Jolokia Mule at Yazu. (Photo: File)

In the midst of Mumbai’s hustle and bustle is the quaintly lit cosy ambience of Yazu that is cutting edge and refreshing in numerous ways. Right from the entrance to the dining space; from the music to the décor, everything sets your mood right for a delightful time with your friends and family. The restaurant exudes a cool vibe, which makes it not very formal and not too casual. It is a perfect place to chill after a hectic day and feel rejuvenated.

Over the years, love for oriental cuisine has increased at an exponential rate and people are looking for authentic cuisine sans local flavours. If you are one of those seeking to satiate your craving for Oriental palette– Yazu is the place to be. What sets this place apart from the rest is the lip-smacking signature chef special cuisines.

 

Head Chef Karma Tenpa, Yazu in vegetarian recommends – black rice goodness, Kuri Avocado rolls and in non-vegetarian – Futo Maki, Prawn Tempura. There are a plethora of options to choose from. Apart from the sushi, you can also try the Smokey Devil’s Cottage, Spicy Lamb and charcoal inspired Crispy Pork Cheung Fung.

Talking about drinks – the most intriguing drink they have to offer is Bhut Jolokia Mule. As the name suggests, the main ingredient of this drink is the Bhut Jolokia, which is one of the world’s spiciest chillies. The subtle tinge of spice makes it a delectable drink. Wasabi Martini is another drink which is definitely worth trying.

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