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Oriental Gastronomy at ITC Maratha's Pan

Posted by: Luxpresso on Monday, May 30th 2016

Source: http://www.luxpresso.com/reviews-lifestyle/review-of-the-pan-asian-restaurant-at-itc-grand-maratha/16053033

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Featuring three interactive kitchens, the newly revamped restaurant, Pan Asian, at the ITC Maratha Mumbai is a unique destination serving five diverse Asian cuisines under one roof.  The split-level restaurant demonstrates an Asian flair with royal reds and metallic walls; the interiors are decorated with Chinese paper lanterns along with Japanese urns and bamboo shoots.

 What we loved most about the restaurant is the open-kitchen setting and the live barbecue and wok stations, as it gives guests a chance to witness the tossing and turning of the oil-glazed noodles and vegetables. The aroma that engulfs the restaurant each time they stir fry the ingredients in homemade sauces is enough to give you hunger pangs.

 The lunch we were hosted for was led by Chef Liang where he prepared a tasting menu featuring sushi, duck pancakes and an indulgent dessert platter. The five course meal began with the sushi and sashimi platter not only looked delectable but also tasted divine. While the salmon was tender, cuttlefish, which is otherwise quite rubbery, was prepared well and served with a garnishing of caviar. The succulent yet firm flesh of the cuttlefish had a delicious sweet and fresh flavour t o it. The sushi was followed by a dimsum platter and tom yum goong soup. The soup, we must mention, was quite soothing; the spices and sauces blended in is just what is needed on a day one is feeling under the weather.

 While the steamed delights served as ice breakers to our meal, the dishes that followed, five flavoured duck with mandarin pancakes and the Korean-style grilled spicy chicken, quenched my craving for some unique Asiandelicacies. Although duck isn’t really one of my favourites, the pancake rolls stuffed with braised duck meat glazed in soy sauce were so delicious I savoured every piece.

 We moved to the main course which was all about wok-style chicken teriyaki, egg fried rice and king prawns grilled and cooked in red Thai curry. After the four course degustation, it was finally time to binge on the final course—the dessert.

 Chef Liang wanted to further play on oriental flavours; hence he served a platter featuring desserts   like the red bean pudding and sago pearls with vanilla ice cream. While the medley of sago pearls with ice cream was no less, it was the red bean pudding we relished till the last bite. Melt in mouth oft and not too sweet, the red bean pudding is definitely strongly recommended at the Pan Asian in ITC Maratha Mumbai.

 A meal for two will cost you approximately INR 5000, without beverages.

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