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Just like the name – ‘Tamari’ has options to pick from. The Chinese refer to it as ‘little lotus’ while the Japanese ‘soy sauce’. Thai, Chinese or Japanese, here are the flavours of the Orient right in the heart of Panjim at the Taj Vivanta. Tasteful interiors exude class, the lay out spells 'fine dine'. A teppanyaki counter opposite the entrance is interactive and adorns the room much like an oriental crown jewel. With Japanese cuisine predominantly showcased. With sushi’s and sashimi’s being the 'moving favourites'. A value for money experience given the high food costs entailed. Try the Japanese noodle soup with chicken. Try the ‘value for money’ sushi platter. A perfect setting for a business meeting as well as an occasion.
The Chinese menu is especially delicious. Loved the food. Co-operative and helpful staff. Service wonderful and quick. Recommend it.,
I love sushi and also am a very big critic. Tamari is the best place to have a perfect plate of sushi! You can get sashimi,soups, wantons and what not! I really recommend this restaurant. I feel really comfortable there, their music is lovely and very soothing. I even learnt to make sushi at Tamari! Guys that's the place to be at :) The waiters and chefs are very courteous , the last time we went there, they prepared glass noodles the way we wanted.
I stayed in Vivanta and happened to order one dish from the restaurant. I like it also and it was delicious. I would love to eat again at the place.
We visited this restaurant to try sample their Vietnamese cuisine during their recent Vietnamese food festival. The Vietnamese Beef tenderloin Pho was outstanding and made for a super appetizer. The beef tenderloin was cooked perfectly and the broth was delicious. The honey glazed pork ribs were succulent and had a delicious sauce. We liked the Vietnamese curry noodles which was prepared using flat noodles. The prawns used were fresh and tasty. The service at Tamari is superb.
Located in Taj Vivanta they had a Vietnamese food festival. Had the spicy chicken soup, fried rice. Lamb and chicken curry. All were very tasty. The service was very efficient.
Vivanta by Taj is part of the luxurious bandwagon that seems to be the upscale part of Goan culture. It is one of the most opulent and posh properties around the city and prides itself on being placed in a superb busy location as Panaji. The hotel enjoys a fabulous view and even fabulous gastronomy, especially if we mention their wonderful Pan Asian restaurant, ‘Tamari’. The name ‘Tamari’ means different thing to different cultures. For Chinese ‘Tamari’ means ‘little lotus’ while Japanese refer to it as ‘soy sauce’ and like the diversity in its name, Tamari itself has a lot to offer. Right in the heart of Panjim, the restaurant enjoys the exclusivity of being one of the handful few Pan Asian restaurants of the locality so it’s almost always full. It will be wise to make a prior booking if you crave for Pan Asian flavours.
Taj is always known for its grandeur and sophistication and with Tamari it’s no different. Every inch of Tamari exude elegance and refinement. The restaurant is created in a modern affluent style by going with the glossy wooden beams to play with in the décor. Under the pergola like structure, small formal tables are placed so you can sit comfortably for a relaxing meal. As you enter the establishment your eyes meet a long teppanyaki table where a party of six can enjoy a private one on one session with the chef. For a private party book their private dining area in advance to avoid non-availability. Interiors of Tamari is elegant, tasteful, stylish and welcoming. Its quiet ambience attracts many businessmen too who like to hold their negotiations in peace.
For those who adore Pan Asian fare, you cannot do better than Tamari whose menu is expensive but vast. You will be treated to Asian, Thai, Japanese and Chinese cuisines, prepared authentically. Start your meal with, sour & spicy Thai soup, crackling spinach, Hunan chilli fish, crispy honey chilli lotus steam, spicy lemon grass prawn, stir fried squid with basil, Hunan wonton soup, vegetable satay, lobster butter garlic, peppery lamb dim sum, phad phak and Shanghai prawns with spring onion. Move further by picking a bowl of noodles or rice to go with the gravies like, sliced fish in red hot Szechuan sauce, seasonal vegetables in lemon chilli sauce, kaeng ped, hawker style chilli crab, kung pao vegetables and peking duck. Their dessert section is amazing.