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When you first walk in, you're greeted by a life size statue of what one can only describe as some Asian Mythical Goddess. Shiro has massively high ceilings along with stone walls and three distinct sections for dining and partying. There is an upstairs section which has the most table and gives you a lovely view of the entire space below. Another section below for more private dining and larger tables and the rest split into the dance floor, the bar and a few low lounge-like tables for those who want to be closer to the DJ. The food is a mix of Asian cuisines including Japanese and Malaysian dishes.
After a couple of drinks at the Big Kahuna, we decided to goto Shiro. As you make way through it’s gigantic doors, you realise that the sheer height of this space practically dwarfs you. More so the stone statues towering upwards greeting you at the main entrance appear magnificent. The overall décor at the outlet is fabulous and no amount of description can honestly do justice to the opulence of this place. My friend was in the mood for soup, so we called for Chili Lemon Soup with Chicken, along with Chicken & Sichuan Peppercorn Dumpling and Crispy Spicy Avocado. For the mains, we had a Chicken Hot Pot with Shiitake Mushrooms to go with the Hibachi rice. We were pretty full after this and had to skip desserts. Will definitely come back sometime.
Not too happy with the two dishes ordered. Expected them to be precise with their taste and temperature as they are known for their food. Food was average Service was good Ambience was awesome Overall I would like to give it one more chance and see what's the result.
Too overpriced, not at all a good place to have a lunch if you are looking for good food. But a good place for corporate meetings.
The dimsip festival is in full flow and I reckoned this was the perfect time to taste their authentic food.They offer a wide variety of dimsums,sushis and the usual noodles/rice from their regular menu and some special ones for the festival!The place built on a Japanese castle type design with huge monolithic statues of a Japanese lady(with no relevance to any goddess). Miso vegetables was my dumpling choice because of my love for miso and I sure wasn't disappointed!The star of the show was crispy spicy avocado sushi...smooth texture of avocados going splendidly with the crispy lettuce dressing on top.The veg spicy California sushi was great too.For the main course we tried the hibachi rice, an authentic Japanese rice(akin sticky rice from northeast region of India) which had a unique taste to it and went well with stir fried vegetable gravy!Their orange and mint mojito and mint zing mocktails were refreshing too!I highly recommend this place to try out their sushis and mocktails!!
One of the most exciting sea food dishes we've had this week! Cooked to perfection, a succulent salmon fillet is glazed in a special kabayaki sauce, grilled and served on a bed of cruncy vegetables.The sesame crust complements the fish perfectly making this dish one of the MUST TRY dishes at Shiro.
Mumbai is a gastronomically advanced city with a diverse cuisine range adapted from all across the globe. Be it Italian or Mexican, whatever your heart desires we assure you, you will find it in Mumbai. However, Mumbaikers have a deep rooted love for Pan Asian cuisine and associates the cuisine with their childhood. You will be pleasantly surprised to know that Mumbai has hundreds of Asian restaurants but if you’re looking for glamour and status then make ‘Shiro’ your destination. The restaurant is an exotic stunning location to take your family or friends out for a lavish dinner. Shiro attracts the patrons with a beautiful Asian-inspired interior. You will find the restaurant tucked at Wadia International Center, Bombay Dyeing, Pandhurang Budhkar Marg, Worli in Mumbai.
If you are a huge lover of Asian food then Shiro would be an excellent fit for you. Authenticity is their forte. By dining here you will treat yourself to a dazzling feast of true Pan Asian style. Complement your meal with either Asian-inspired cocktails, wine or a herbal tea. Shiro serves best dim sums in town. Make your first course of either dim sums or of sushi, both are great. Otherwise eat, tamarind tofu in crispy cups, lobster tail with chilli basil, edamame, crispy aromatic duck, kung pao chicken skewers, vegetarian summer rolls, raw papaya salad, miso black cod and Malaysian sambal chicken. In main course you can sample a variety of Asian delights such as, yaki udon, massaman curry with mixed vegetables, tenderloin in coconut, Thai prawn curry, chicken in basket with bell peppers and fish with chilli mustard sauce.
Enjoy the main with a side of mi goreng or hibachi rice. Have another glass of your drink before tackling the dessert. Shiro churns out delicious chocolate-heavy desserts that are a must have. Pick anything between, chocolate cherry bomb, chocolate tiramisu, mandarin chocolate velvet cake and chocolate volcano. Weekends are always busy for them. House DJ spins groovy tunes for your benefit, totally elevating the atmosphere. The vibe Shiro is going for is glamourous, exotic and mysterious. High ceilings, ambient lighting and a tall Asian goddess statue sets the tone straight away. Seating is created on multiple levels. Choose depending on your mood. Shiro is a pricey affair. It will be a wonderful dining spot for a special occasion.