, 2022-12-22 08:17:22,
If you are a fan of gorging on colourful Japanese-style snacks and desserts while sitting in fanciful surroundings, then you are in for a treat. The Harajuku Tokyo Cafe, situated in Delhi’s Saket area, is a hit among its customers. With its cute and easy-on-the-eyes design and interiors, the cafe serves a range of Japanese dishes that will satisfy your taste for sure.
The cafe, which caters to people from all over Delhi-NCR, offers a variety of Japanese culinary delights, including boba tea, freshly baked Japanese jiggly cheesecake, specially crafted Japanese desserts and bread, and made-to-order street food like takoyaki, chicken karaage, and the twelve-inch-long Japanese fries. It also offers fun desserts, the well-known Harajuku crepes, ramen, and sushi, amongst other lip-smacking dishes.
OT visited the Harajuku Tokyo Cafe to get a sense of its much-talked-about food and to chat with Tokyo-based Asami Indo, its partner chef, who was visiting India.
According to you, how is Japanese food culture influencing and changing the Indian taste bud?
People, especially millennials, love experimenting with new cuisines. The Indian audience was sceptical about trying authentic Japanese cuisine, primarily since sushi has been associated mainly with raw fish and was not so palatable or accessible to Indians, being mostly served in expensive five-star hotels. However, the perception, in general, has started to change with the rise in popularity of modern Japanese cuisine and the…
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