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U.S based Japanese Chef Ting Yen and the St Regis Hotel have partnered up and launched a Modern Japanese restaurant at the hotel. Chef Ting Yen is a celebrity in his own right and has crafted a delectable menu that includes plenty of sushi and sashimi. The restaurant is located on the 37th floor of the hotel and has a dramatic view of the city. Nothing too loud or obvious that screams Japanese in their décor. It has shades of brown, orange and ochre and just a subtle touch of the orient with a wall that has multiple Origami cranes placed on them.
I went there twice, both a little long back but I remember the food is amazing, you’ll end up having tried something new and very interesting (if you try the right things of course) and there are enough vegetarian options as well.
Extremely disappointing if this is the best Japanese in Mumbai. Ridiculously expensive for what is, at best, poorly executed Americanized Japanese cuisine. The wasabi wasn't even fresh and definitely tasted like colored horse radish you could find at convenience stores in Japan. I would love to bring real Japanese food to Mumbai, does anyone want to work with me to convince Takashi Saito to open a 10 seater here to show Mumbai how it's really done???
Amazing place to have dinner. It’s located to 38th floor and the night view is delightful. For a japanese restaurant the menu looks very modern. I had some courage to try a fusion style of sashimi with strawberries and i found it interesting and delicious. The prawn tempura and mushroom rice was also good.
Great deco and ambience. Perfect place to chill over a whisky and cigar in th eheart of Mumbai. Highly recommended
To start I want to point that I just paid 150€ for simple japanese food, i.e. three sets of maki, vegetable tempura and two alcoholic beverages. For that price I expect perfection. It was not. Route 66 maki were delicous, but the rest were just ok-ish; honestly in Mumbai one can eat better sushi for less money. Tempura was tasteless and the dipping sauce might as well be just warm water. In regard to service my husband asked for water twice and didn’t get it. The waiter dropped by to look at the table and did not notice that our table has run out of water and soya sauce. Mind you there were five table occupied and four waiters in the small restaurant. In addition my husband and I are music sensitive, couldn't help notice that the music at Yuuka was clashing with the music downstairs in the bar... So I was left wondering what was the 150€ for? not sure, i'm afraid...
Mumbai has the best of everything. From latest fashions to premier gastronomy, the city won’t disappoint you on any level. It breaths elegance and beauty into each of its perspective, giving its dwellers a glimpse into the pampered future. Start your affluent food walk with the city’s loveliest fine dining restaurant, ‘Yuuka’. Perched at the glamourous The St. Regis Hotel in Lower Parel, Mumbai, this beautiful restaurant redefines the luxurious dining experience in the city. Yuuka was originally conceptualized between U.S based Japanese Chef Ting Yen and the St. Regis Hotel as a way to change the face of Japanese food in Mumbai. They threw in stunning décor in good measure to round things up. Celebrity sighting is a common sight here dining against one of the most loveliest backdrops in the city.
Chef Ting Yen certainly knows his craft and has composed a delectable menu to showcase his talent. The menu is entirely authentic Japanese here with a modern facelift given to it. This is where you get the best sushi and sashimi in the city and that too in abundance. In first course tuck into, veg truffle maki, Japanese hot chicken wings, miso shiru, Tokyo style soft shell crab maki, spicy edamame, tuna pizza, crispy lotus stem, Hamachi carpaccio, Chilean seabass soup, popcorn shrimps, veggie taco, toro tartare, vegetables tempura, grilled black cod with sweet miso, karaage, homemade angel hair noodle soup, Japanese yam tempura maki, crab cake and okonomiyaki. In entrée pick anything between, truffled lobster bake, Dutch pork belly with red miso, grilled Portobello in black truffle sauce, Japanese curry chicken, lobster saffron risotto, spicy silken tofu and organic grilled chicken breast.
In sweet course look no further than their signature dessert the 40 layered green tea cake, which is an explosion of decadent flavours in your mouth. Besides the awesome food one thing that makes Yuuka stand apart from the rest is its breath-taking ambience. From the 37th floor one gets a bird’s eye view of the city that simply takes your breath away. A wide strip of blue sea in not so far distance completes the scenic picture. Inside Yuuka is everything you imagine it to be. Polished chevron patterned wooden flooring acts as the perfect foil against their deep grey moulded walls. The look is sophisticated, stylish, affluent and exquisite. Yuuka is one of the most expensive restaurants in the city, remember that.