Friday, 17 July 2015

Megu is a fabulous looking restaurant , chic with well defined spaces , a sushi bar , their stunning Kimono Room , the main dining area with the much written about gigantic crystal Buddha and a huge 600 kg bell above , all come together to create this superb restaurant.  Amidst all the serenity of the restaurant and there is lots , there also are subtle elements of drama at play.
Lets talk about the food - I was relieved my choices were relatively easy as I dreaded wading through unheard of and unpronounceable dishes -  we were introduced to their newly launched Signature Obento Selection Menu priced at a very reasonable all inclusive Rs 2500/- per head - guaranteed to arrive on your table within 10 minutes of your making your selection .
Sashimi - a selection of three , I opted for King Salmon , Sea Bream and Mackerel , fresh and excellent .Shiitake skewers were again of another level as were the Pork Belly ones. In mains we sampled succulent Pork Spare Ribs and even better was the Salt Grilled Salmon with the most perfectly crackling skin.I could have gone through another portion but knew there was plenty more to come from the menu.
Miso Soup is the best I have eaten , Crispy Tofu was superb ,  Miso Aubergine  were amazingly delicious and you wouldn't have guessed what you were eating had you not read it . Yellow tail carpaccio and , Sakana Pepper Rolls -chopped tuna, salmon,yellow tail mixed with white & black pepper, garnish with onion thread and - all took the experience to another level.

I walked out hugely satisfied , one of my finest
​ meals ​
and I mean that . There were no negatives , everything from the well informed gracious service to all we ate was outstanding .
This wasn't
​just ​
a meal , but a sublime experience , do go an experience 
too .

Sikandalous Cuisine

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