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Kylin Skybar

   
 Kylin Skybar was the perfect place to kill the Monday blues. Located in the heart of Delhi at “The Ambience Mall” Vasant Kunj Is the best place to enjoy with your friends and family. The restaurant truly lived up to the reputation and by far one of the best places to enjoy authentic Japanese Teppanyaki cuisine. 

The ambience of the restaurant takes you to a journey into the simplicity of Japan with the Indian touch of glamour, the mix of bamboo and wooden furniture with dimly lit ambience, mild music and the open sky makes just makes the place an instant hit with almost anyone looking for a great experience.

 The staff is simply awesome, a warm bartender who knows his single malts and the concoctions mixed behind the conventional bar table. A must try is the signature “Kylin Fruit Punch” which just blows your mind from the very first sip, the freshness of the mock tail can shadow almost anything and for the single malt lovers the must try is a the Yamazaki the Japanese smoked specialty bottled to perfection.

  
 The place also has some mouthwatering dishes and I would personally recommend a few of my favorites for the night.

  For Veggie lovers –

“The Philadelphia Roll” a perfect mix of fresh veggies wrapped in sticky rice and layered with crispy rice was a surprise of flavors, the Sushi style of serving made each bite worth the wait.

  
 “Lotus Honey Chilly” while it sounds a little off, it is a million times better than the Indianized version served with potatoes. Finely chopped lotus stems cooked to perfection, covered with sesame seeds and a mild sauce which is just right to keep the flavor of the stem alive makes your pallet water from the start to the end.

  
For Non- Vegetarians –

Well Japanese food is for the non-vegetarians and trust me there are a lot of options that would just confuse you from the start to the end. My personal favorite were the

“Nasi Goreng” an Indonesian favorite was simply a treat, the crispy rice accompanied with high quality prawns, shallots and spices still makes my mouth water. Presented on an earthen plate and topped with a perfect half fry simply added class to this beast.

  
“Thai Red Chicken Curry” served by the restaurant raised the bar of all the curries I have tasted over the past few month, let it be the presentation, the flavors the silkiness of the gravy was just class apart from the rest.

 To top up this wonderful meal you should not shy away from adding a few more calories to the menu by ordering the “Chocolate Fondue” which is mesmerizing and defines heaven on earth. Fresh fruits and marshmallows can make you forget just about everything.

 I give the place 4 stars and recommend a must visit.
Review courtesy – Abhishek Mukherji

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This entry was posted on April 18, 2016 by in Chef, delhi, Food, Great Chefs, MasterChef, Restaurant, Restaurant Review.
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