In a city where exotic restaurants stir up a buzz, A2 has remained conspicuously underground. Its avant-garde design of chic grunge, modelled as an alter-ego to Aqua, drew many eyeballs initially but gets fewer footfalls than I would expect. A2 started off as a Tiki and Tapas bar, with a Japanese section. As it evolved, the focus shifted eastwards. Chef Rahul Srivastava, previously with Oberoi Delhi’s Threesixty (honing his skills under Augusto Cabrera) now champions contemporary Japanese that India just can not get enough of. Think crunchy 'Tempura Filled Maki Rolls', 'Tuna Tartare with Miso and Truffle' and 'Seared Tuna Nigiri with a cube of Ponzu Jelly'. Apart from the Japanese dishes, I liked the 'Bheja Fry Bruschetta', 'Pepper Lamb Chops' and 'Mini Ghevar'.
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