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Yet another venture by a chef who cut his teeth at Nobu. This is a branch of a successful Las Vegas restaurant that serves modern Japanese food with a twist. Because the chef is Korean–American, you will find more spices with Korean flavours than at most Japanese restaurants.
Celebrity chefs have a reputation to uphold and for that they charge the earth. As India is finding its groove in global gastronomy, more and more chefs are setting their sight for the glitzy pastures of India. New Delhi especially is at the receptive end of all that attention. The city has become a playground for international chefs who are aching to display their talents in front of the Indian diners. Latest addition to Delhi’s expat scene is a hot new Japanese restaurant called ‘Akira Back’, which graces the posh premises of JW Marriott Delhi NCR in Aerocity. This place is highly preferred by the jet setters on the go who would like a fulfilling bite before boarding the flight. Akira Back gets a lot of footfall due to the celebrity chef status.
Named after the Chef Akira who is at the mantle of Akira Back, the restaurant is renowned for serving modern Japanese food with a twist. The chef himself is Korean-American so you would notice more Korean influence in the food than Japanese. The play of textures in the food is amazing, you would be delightfully surprised. Be prepared to pay a hefty bill here. That’s the cost of a celebrity’s chef’s talent. Pick a yummy cocktail to complement your first course. Try, crispy soft shell crab, tofu carpaccio, edamame, tuna pizza, AB lollipop wings, tuna tataki, shrimp shitake gyoza, lobster tempura and hot oil seared salmon. Take this sensational meal even further with, spider roll, bibimbap, wasabi pepper tenderloin, lamb chops, edamame risotto, sushi, crispy pork belly, spicy yellowtail roll, baked lobster, yaki udon, teppanyaki grilled salmon and jidori chicken.
Chef Akira has done his bit at Las Vegas’s famous Nobu and that shows in the food. The price of dining at Akira Back may be hefty but it’s definitely worth it. Dining at Akira Back is a pleasure to see. The interiors are stunning and done with keeping comfort and style in mind. The open kitchen is the star. You would enjoy seeing chefs doing their thing behind a gleaming open countertop. Rest of the restaurant is modern, stylish and sophisticated. Now you know why they charge so much for the luxury of dining at Akira Back. Main dining room has polished wooden floors that gleams beautifully under the soft yellow lights. Dotted around the room is formal sleek tables. Ask for the private dining room if you are part of a large group.