I’m so excited to introduce and write about this particular place today as this is one of it’s kind in Pune. SidfromPune was invited to taste some delicious Japanese delicacies at FOUR POINTS by Sheraton.

 

 

The hotels invites us to come and experience  the fascinating flavors of Far East amidst the feiry backdrop of Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetables as they are sliced, diced and tossed with utmost showmanship on the flaming “Teppan”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Teppanyaki Live is from 1st July to 14th July 2017 | Time 7.30pm to 11.00pm | Cost: As per choice of meat/vegetable. For prior reservation you can call them on 7387100187. Let me take you through my experience at this event.

Earl Grey Iced Tea

Earl Grey tea is a tea blend which has been flavoured with the addition of oil of bergamot. The iced version was certainly very refreshing and a nice start for our meal.

Amuse Bouche
Amuse Bouche

Amuse Bouche, is an appetiser which is generally meant to be had in a single bite. This one was a very tasty, full of flavors and was spot on.  The crunchy outside and the tasty filling did wonders in the mouth. A delectable item to start ones Japanese meal.

 

Time for the Sushi to enter

 

Spicy Salmon Roll & Vegetable Tempura Roll
Spicy Salmon Roll & Vegetable Tempura Roll

Spicy Salmon Roll & Vegetable Tempura Roll: Two variants were served together for our tastings. First tasted the Spicy Salmon Roll. The name was not justified by the dish itself, however the taste and texture was impeccable. The Vegetable Tempura Roll on the other hand was music to the heart, rains to the earth. It couldn’t get better than this. The soft sticky rice firm in its position held the fillings neatly. The crispy stuffing mixed with the rice did wonders.

 

Chicken Sui Mono
Chicken Sui Mono

Chicken Sui MonoSoup is one of the vital components of a Japanese meal. In Japan, soup is usually served after the main courses, along with rice and pickles. Suimono means “things to sip”. This clear soup was a simple yet had very nice flavor to it. From the picture you can see the transparency of the soup. Delicate taste and subtle yet impressive taste makes this soup my favorite from the two.

Miso Soup: Miso soup is relatively easy to make, and next to impossible to mess up. Miso here did a nice job of staying authentic which gives you feeling of actually having something straight from Japan. It had nice an salty touch to it.

 

The chef – The person behind all the authentic dishes served to us.

 

Chicken Teriyaki

Chicken Teriyaki: With Soy, mirin and sugar, teriyaki becomes undoubtedly the most famous Japanese dish worldwide. The chicken was cooked perfectly, tender and juicy. Stirred and served hot on our plates, this was one mesmerising affair with the chicken to be remembered.

 

All the meat were served besides rice and noodles which were good. The noodles were something which I personally preferred over the rice. The other meat which are served included in this meal were prawns, lobster, new zealand lamb chop, squid, scottish salmon, and tenderloin.

Desserts 

 

Fried Papaya with Ice cream.

Fried Papaya with Ice cream:  Confounded and dubious at the same time, this dish really set my mind into a spiral. However, once it was on the table in front of me, all my doubts were resolved. This is a stunner of a combination. Papaya wrapped in a crispy batter when mixed with ice cream is a treat to your tastebuds. However, I do like papaya so I loved it, hence papaya lovers would definitely appreciate this item!

That concludes my experience at Four Points by Sheraton.

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