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BEST SUSHI PLACES TO TRY OUT ON THE WEEKEND

published time By SW published time 10 Aug, 2018 Share image 10 Shares
From premium to pocket-friendly, these sushi hotspots should be bookmarked for every time you crave the subtleness of umami.
 
1. Fuji in Delhi
 
Best Sushi Places To Try Out On The Weekend
 
Everything in this restaurant, from the minimal decor, zashiki-style seating to the diverse menu options will take you on a trip to the land of cherry blossoms. Apart from the sushi and tempura rolls, the pork belly is a must-try.   
Cost for two: Rs. 2000 (approx.)
Where: M-41/2, Speedbird House, Middle Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi
 
2. Nagai in Gurgaon
Best Sushi Places To Try Out On The Weekend
 
It is said that their dragon rolls and salmon teriyaki will make your tummy do cartwheels. You are also free to order from the Asian menu that comprises lip-smacking Thai curries. Don’t forget the coconut panna cotta that’s served on a bed of fresh mango puree.  
Cost for two: Rs. 3000 (approx.)
Where: SCO 305, Ground Floor, Huda Gymkhana Road, Behind The Pllazio Hotel, Sector 29, Gurgaon
 
3. The Blue in Mumbai
 
 
The chefs and owners are a husband-wife duo from Japan and Thailand who were working at the pan-Asian restaurant, San Qi at the Four Seasons. But, the restaurant changed their destinies and the food landscape of Bandra. Their patrons wait for almost 20-30 mins for a table, thanks to their ultra crunchy tempura and fresh Thai salads. 
Cost for two: Rs. 1500 (approx.)
Where: Shop 1, Sai Pooja Building, 16th Road & 33rd Road Junction, Pali Hill, Bandra West
 
4. Kofuku in Mumbai 
 
 
One of the earliest standalone Japanese restaurants, don’t miss out on pairing your order with their in-house sakes. End your meal on a sweet note with their famous mochi ice-cream.
Cost for two: Rs. 2500 (approx.)
Where: 6th Floor, Suburbia Mall, Next To Shoppers Stop, Linking Road, Bandra West, Mumbai
 
5. Harima in Bengaluru
 
If you are craving drinks and Japanese food, look no further than Harima. Their izakaya-style (pub food) menu promises crunchy meats and seafood served with delish cocktails. Definitely order their Gesu no Karage (batter fried squid) with a tall glass of sake-infused cocktail. 
Cost for two: Rs. 2000 (approx.)
Where: 131, 4th Floor, Devatha Plaza, Residency Road, Bengaluru
 
Picture credits: Fuji, Nagai, The Blue, Kofuku, Harima