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This is one of those few good Japanese restaurants in Gurgaon which is affordable as well. The ambience is pleasantly mellow with simple and eye catching interiors. There are interesting Japanese cartoons, paintings and other Japanese art forms all around the place. The rice and barley Shochus’ here are intensely pungent and a treat for drinkers. The yaki udon is slightly spiced with Japanese spices and soy and stir fried to perfection each time. Mushroom itame is a fleshy and flavourful fungus, fried in mild spices and goes nicely with the drinks here.
A hidden gem- this is a great place to try out some sushi and other Japanese food- the ambiance is also great
this may be good tantalizer for food buffs to have the best food across the other side of the highway
Definitely had one of the best sushi I have had in a while. The food offers authentic chinese and Japanese texture.
This is a small pretty Japanese restaurant in Hotel Crossroads. If you like authentic Japanese, this place is a must try for you.
There are very less places in delhi and Ncr region which serves delectable authentic Japanese food. But recently I got to know from a friend about this place called Gohan which is located in Crossroad Hotel, Gurgaon. I thought of giving them a shot and they didn't made me regret my decision. We began with beverages:- I ordered for a strawberry shake and ice tea them two were entirely great. For food we ordered some of their authentic delicacies some of them were suggested to us by the staff. First thing that we tried was CHICKEN GYOZA, these were pan fried chicken dumplings, stuffing was adequate & it also tasted really good. After this; came YAKI SOBA, these were chicken Noodles it had a really pleasant aroma and the quantity was amazing. Then we had CHICKEN KARAGE- this was the best dish among all. It was deep fried chicken. It was soft & full of flavours. Don't miss this out if you are going there. Last thing we had was CHICKEN HARUMAKI - these were spring rolls. They were loaded generously with a flavoursome filling. These were not at all oily and had a beautiful crispy texture. Overall they were delish and I completely loved this dish.