An amalgam of world cuisine amidst purple and glass interiors.
It was a Sunday to remember as I learned how to make sushi with Japanese Chef Aryanto Ajie Saputro and even ate it with chopsticks, even though it fell apart many times.
On a review to the relaunched Café G, I bit into some tasty Japanese, Chinese, Indian, Italian, Mediterranean, Thai cuisines and more in a span of one hour!
With friendly purple and pink interiors, Café G promises a global experience and lives up to it as well.
What’s the highlight: The glass windows and doors which open into the hotel courtyard. And they have lovely green fountains which emit blue lights in the evening. You will love the high-backed Japanese-style sofas.
What you are treated to: An array of exotic dishes, including fresh salads, juices, fruits, street food, live counters and even an oven where you can see you pizza being baked.
What I liked: Sous Chef Atul himself cooked for us the signature Chicken and Truffle Mushroom Velute, Asparagus and Parmesan Lasagna, a fresh salad. It was so well done with light flavours and less oil that it simply melted in the mouth. The Asparagus Lasagna is a must eat there. The greens are so healthy and fresh at Café G.
What is interesting and innovative: The live Japanese counter with assorted sushi, sashimi, nigiri, maki and tempura.
What I loved: The sushi lesson, please do see the video!
What’s interesting: Ample space between seating so you can enjoy your meal at peace. There is a private dining area for bigger group too. You could even hold a business meeting for a small group over some sumptuous food.
About the Chefs
Chef Atul has extensive experience across hotels and cruises and has ample tales to share about life on a ship, cooking on a ship and seeing many countries. More important, trying a lot of new and old recipes.
Japanese Chef Aryanto Ajie Saputro hails from Indonesia and loves all things Japanese. His forte is fusion, he has cooked sushi with chicken tikka. He enjoys street food, especially gol gappas and makes eating Japanese fun. Enjoy a round of teppayanki while he cooks it in front because he is here for a short while only.