Maneesh Srivastva, food , travel and lifestyle blogger, photographer, mysticfoodiemantra.com Sakura Festival, EN the Japanese restaurant

Sakura Springfest at En – The Japanese Restaurant

My Last experience at En was absolutely mesmerizing and when I got invite from them to experience their Sakura Springfest, I couldn’t have refused.

En for sure is amongst one of the most beautiful restaurants in Delhi. Located in Ambawatta where Lavash by Saby exists on the same floor. It was springfest  –  welcoming of spring in Japanese culture. Cherry blossom in japan is also known as Sakura. Hanami is japanese traditional custom and literally means viewing flowers. People love viewing cherry blossoms and celebrate with drinks and food. It’s like picnic under the tree where people bring home cook food and then celebrate. The most popular kind of Japanese cherry (sakura) tree which can be found everywhere in Japan is somei-yoshino (Yedoensis). Sakura trees bloom at different times throughout Japan, and the blooming period of somei-yoshino is usually short.

Maneesh Srivastva, food , travel and lifestyle blogger, photographer, mysticfoodiemantra.com Sakura Festival, EN the Japanese restaurant Temari Sushi with Cherry Blossom and pickled vegetables – I haven’t earlier seen sushi in ball shapes. It was light and had the aroma of cherry.

Maneesh Srivastva, food , travel and lifestyle blogger, photographer, mysticfoodiemantra.com Sakura Festival, EN the Japanese restaurant

Miso Soup

Miso Soup – Traditional Japanese soup made from Dashi (stock) and paste. It was one of the lightest soups that I have tasted – Absolutely fresh, light and delicious.

Maneesh Srivastva, food , travel and lifestyle blogger, photographer, mysticfoodiemantra.com Sakura Festival, EN the Japanese restaurantYakitori – Chicken and vegetables skewers with teriyaki sauce was excellent. Okra in skewers was the surprise element.

Maneesh Srivastva, food , travel and lifestyle blogger, photographer, mysticfoodiemantra.com Sakura Festival, EN the Japanese restaurant Sashimi – Tuna and Salmon served with Myoga – Japanese Ginger. Umesh was absolutely impressed with the quality of the fish. It was certainly the dish of the day.

Maneesh Srivastva, food , travel and lifestyle blogger, photographer, mysticfoodiemantra.com Sakura Festival, EN the Japanese restaurant Sushi rolls – I like the flavour of the sushis. They were fresh but somehow felt that the presentation should have been neater.

Maneesh Srivastva, food , travel and lifestyle blogger, photographer, mysticfoodiemantra.com Sakura Festival, EN the Japanese restaurant Baked saikyou Miso Mackerel – tasted excellent though we felt that fish was little dry.

There are enough dishes for vegetarians too – The yakitori, sushi rolls, tofu sautéed (it was really good) and vegetable tempura.

Maneesh Srivastva, food , travel and lifestyle blogger, photographer, mysticfoodiemantra.com Sakura Festival, EN the Japanese restaurant I am not a dessert fan as such but Panna Cotta was nice and Sakura Chiffon Cake was very light.

If you are fan of Japanese food and would want to gorge on authentic Japanese cuisine – Head to En!

 

When and where

Duration: April 07- April 21, 2016
Timings: 12 noon -2:45 pm and 6- 11 pm
Price: Veg: Rs. 1250Plus taxes ,
Non- Veg: Rs 1500 Plus taxes
Venue: En, The Japanese Restaurant, H 5/1, Ambawatta One, Kalkadas Marg, Mehrauli, New Delhi-110030
For reservations: 8826297103.

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Reviews

  • Food7
  • Ambience8
  • Service 7
  • Presentation 7
  • Price 8
  • 7.4

    Score

    If you are fan of Japanese food and would want to gorge on authentic Japanese cuisine – Head to En!


I am a Delhi based blogger and write everything that gets us connected to life and creates an impact. My posts are about new places that I get to explore, cuisines that define taste of India and other countries, art that aestheticize our inner world and culture that defines beauty of people and place. My passion lies in exploring the unexplored aspects of life. Photography is my passion and I love to capture the diversities that brings out each moment alive. My forte lies in creating stories and my life is beyond journalism that has evolved into my blog.


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