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Supposed to be a home away from home for the large Japanese expatriate population of Millennium City, Izu qualifies to be the smallest restaurant in its category. The cooks have been trained by Japanese staff and the menu is the everyday food of Japan, minus any frills and fusion. Sushi and sashimi, for example, are just one element on the menu, rather than being the star of the show. Instead, ramen, donburi, Bento boxes and starters are what the mainly Japanese diners order here.
Expats living in any strange city are usually the ones to suffer the most. Not only do they have to get used to a strange place, they also have to adjust to their regional food. In such case if they are fortunate enough to find a place that can take care of their gastronomical needs, they consider themselves very fortunate indeed. Delhi NCR is a melting pot of cultures and people from all over the world call the city their home. For Japanese living in Gurgaon, native food become an issue. However, to solve their problems ‘IZU’ comes to their rescue. IZU is a homely inviting eatery located on the upper ground floor of DLF South Point Mall on Golf Course Road, Gurgaon. It is known to serve wonderful pure Japanese food, which is why it is a mecca for local-based Japanese expats.
If you want some authentic Japanese fare in Gurgaon, IZU is where you should head to. The cooks themselves have been trained by Japanese staff so you will find touch of authenticity in the food. Not overly expensive, the restaurant fits the pockets nicely. Fun live gigs keeps diners entertained. They even deliver food right to your doorstep, a beneficial service. Begin your Japanese food journey with the first course of, sunomomo salad, veg tempura, sushi nigiri, kushi katsu, chicken nanban, spicy tuna roll, ramen miso, aji fried, yakitori, seaweed with poached egg soup and tofu chilli. Have your fill of the menu through, white fish teriyaki, yasai miso itame, ebi tempuradon, curry rice with pork cutlet, fish fry, teriyaki bento, nasu itame, onigiri and shoga yaki.
And finally, a helping of fried ice cream will end this evening on the right note. Food is authentic and freshly prepared. The biggest vote of confidence is the Japanese diners often seen here dining. The owner itself mans the door. IZU is a simply decorated restaurant with grey walls and wooden furniture, which gives the place a dark serious look. To sit you will have two options, one, the usual formal tables and chairs, second, traditional Japanese style. Wooden screens breaks the dining room into several nooks to add privacy. There is not much going on in terms of décor, their whole focus is on their food where it should be.