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With The Raindrop Cake Chef Kamlesh Joshi Is Breaking All The Rules In Japanese Food

Chef Kamlesh Joshi was born into a strict army family, but always wanted to pursue the creative arts. He made the decision to learn and master Japanese cuisine. Today at Edo at ITC Gardenia, chef has the best menu in town. The restaurant is now pushing the boundaries with their new food promotion - Nippon Art on a Platter.

“Working in Edo, I have been able to experiment with various styles of Japanese Cuisine which have evolved. They range from the entire spectrum between traditional and trendy,” says Chef. This menu starts with a Blast of Shochu Bomb. It goes on to Yuzu and mint spheres spiked with fresh Wasabi, Sea Urchin and Monkfish Liver Edo style. Do try the Chilean sea bass and the Koshihikari rice with percolated essence of Katsuobushi and Kombu.

The desserts are equally innovative. Guests can try the viral sensation in the foodsphere - Japanese Rain drop. You gotta see it to believe it. Other desserts are jaggery and yuzu ganache and chocolate soil.

Edo, at ITC Gardenia has a Izakaya style of dining, which makes it the perfect place to experience this style of dining. Izakaya is a casual Japanese establishment which serves drinks.

Nippon Art on a Platter will be held from 10  to 19 June, 2016 – EDO at ITC Gardenia, Residency Road Bangalore.

Dinner Only  - Rs.3500/- plus taxes per person.