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Nagai is the second location for Chef Reina Nagai, first being Ibiza. The restaurant is airy and smartly adorned with tableware on display throughout, while hand-painted murals from Japanese culture are a focal point. The menu offers a lavishness of profligate Japanese tapas-style creations to begin with. I really enjoy their Aubergine Roll, a small plate of this humble vegetable dressed in a Wasabi Honey sauce and stuffed with mushrooms, spring onions and tofu packs an umami crunch. Sushi is not really the focus here, but these are lovely little creations and I especially urge you to try the classic California and the Spicy Tuna. If you turn into a regular patron, I suspect the go-to at Nagai will be the Japanese stewed pork belly Nagai style that comes perfectly slow cooked with Daikon and drizzled in a cinnamon and ginger sauce. For dessert, I would recommend the Match Green Tea Tiramisu with meringue and Amaretto bits. True to Japanese style, the pastry is not overly sweet and proves the perfect way to cap off this meal. Although I did not try it this time, Nagai also offers a fairly extensive sake list and an incredibly tempting Omakase menu. I vow to return for both.
NAGAI This restaurant is located at Sec-29,Gurugaon,groumd floor. It's a Japenese cuisine restaurant. The interiors of this place are totally Japnese theme oriented. So our order goes: Soup: Tom Yum Chicken, very well flavoured and chicken was cooked very well too. It was a good choice. Snacks: Kushiyaki chicken Skewers- Teriyaki skewers : i enjoyed this dish, as i love chicken sattes , n they cooked it really well n presented beautifully. Caramalised Lotus Roots with Soya ams Seasme- its a very rare dish to find in any restaurant. It was different and good to taste. King Prawn Dragon Roll: these are prawn sushis. Someone like who loves prawns and sushis will love this delicacy.. Crispy Avocado and Baby corn: this is a veg sushi, i simply loved it. MAIN COURSE Pad Kra Pao: its a combination of veggies cooked well and flavoured.accompanied with steamed rice. Salmon Teriyaki: Grilled salmon served with wasabi and teriyaki sauce. It was amazing. More than i expected. DESERT: Dark chocolate Semifreddo : it was like a chocolate mouse melts in your mouth, nothing short of yumminess in my mouth. I loved my experience at this restaurant. The staff was also very pleasant, and i would love to visit this place soon.
Nagai is the latest addition to buzzing Japanese trend in the millennium city. located in the lane next to Sector 29 Hotel Plazzio, Nagai serves authentic Japanese and Thai Cuisine. Ambience: The décor is kept sophisticated and minimal with a large contemporary Japanese art adorning the walls. the culture & tradition of the Japanese community is kept in mind while designing the restaurant and the interiors are very vibrant. The culture reflects in the paintings and varied seating patterns. Food: Since I went with a friend for dinner, I decided to start with soup and then head for appetizers and main course. ~Tom Yum Chicken Soup: Inspired by the taste of Bangkok, Tom Yum soup is crystal clear with a strong lemongrass flavor in it.There are many variations of this soup but this one was presented with noodles, veggies, and chicken in it. ~Green Apple Salad: Very refreshing salad with loads of green apple, walnuts and Spinach. ~Chicken with Teriyaki Sauce Skewers: The Chicken was juicy and grilled to perfection. Every bite gave an ‘Oh-my-Gosh’ reaction! It has to be the winner of the meal. ~Chicken rice bowl: Sticky rice served with Chicken and veggies was our main course which was filing and full of flavor. I feel Nagai is the best place to have a quiet and elegant dinner and can be visited for a romantic date, with family and office dinners.
A place where one can astonishingly relish over Japanese food. Right firm their hospitality to the food everything sounds perfect. And their special inhouse tea, Japanese delicacies are something to really look after too. I specially enjoyed my stay there and I would suggest every one to try atleast once their spicy Tuna roll, salmon Teriyaki if you're a non vegetarian and rest its upto your taste buds to choose on to. Cheers!
There is something really wrong about this whole place. The ambiance and service are definitely way below the standard run of the mill restaurants. The staff seems too untrained for a fine Japanese place. The food though was better. King tempura prawn and salmon were done nicely. Another problem is with their portion sizes. They are insanely minuscule for the price charged. During the whole experience one gets that this is one of the restaurants who in the name of fine dining takes its patrons for a ride. The attitude of the staff would confirm if there is any doubt. The place can be visited by people who don't give a damn for their money. Strictly avoidable for people who want an experience of good food and being served well. The food in itself is nothing special and many Japanese places are in fact much better in Gurgaon itself.
A very conveniently located place in Sector 29 itself but on the main road which saves the hassle of getting stuck in a jam and other parking woes. They also have a valet parking facility. Nicely done place with no clutter. Beautiful paintings depicting the Japanese culture on the walls and dim lighting. I liked the Miso soup here which I usually don't like much elsewhere. The Tuna Carpaccio was good though i think the slices can be a bit thin to make it more palatable. But I lived it a lot. The Sushi variant we tried is a slight bigger than the normal rolls and just lived it. Do try the pork belly dish, it's nice and different than the usual sweets and sour types we are used to eat. Cocktails are great and a Must must have. Overall a beautiful fine dine place with great service, amazing drinks and good food.