Get To Experience An Authentic Asian Cuisines Right Here!

    Indira Nagar, Bangalore

    What Makes It Awesome?

    An authentic cuisine experience is all a foodie craves for, where the ambience, the food and even the cutlery speaks for the culture the restaurant is trying to curate. I stumbled upon such space a few days back, named Taiki which brings delicacies from China, Japan & Thailand under one roof with exquisite taste and mesmerizing vibes. Taiki is situated at Indiranagar Main lane and though it got very shrink space, I like to applaud for the interior designer who utilized the space to its best making it spacious, catchy and cultural with all the possible elements. As said, Taiki got all the major Asian cuisines in their menu and irrespective of their veg and non-veg segmentation, they all taste the best of all, I swear. Also, the beverage is pretty much unique here in terms of taste and ingredients they prepare it with. The dessert section is short but sweet and delicious here. Speaking of my food course here, I had got Litchi Wontons which had litchi sliced topped on the crispy wafers with some veggies along, Crispy Lotus Stem which was crunchy as a wafer and delicious as always, Brocolli Tofu Gyoza - a mixed veggie serve with broccoli and seasonal veggies dipped on a soup like gravy tasted pretty good, Fried Tofu which had sweet and sour taste as wrapped with gravy and served with tangy sauce. I also tried the Philadelphia Sushi, which was a rice roll ingredient-ed with Avocado, Carrot & Cucumber Inside and coated with Sesame Seeds served along with garlic slices and utterly spicy wasabi. Also, I have tried out the Thai Rice Pot which had Jasmine rice served along with Thai Green Curry in a bowl and the aroma itself was good enough to catch the taste of it and there were Pad Thai noodles which got a sweet tangy taste in it. On beverages, there was Pinacolada, Mogo Mogo, Green Tea Mojito, Bride of Paradise (Orange flavoured), Litchi Twist. All of them were refreshing and prepared with natural ingredients. To end the spree of my Asian cuisine experience, on desserts they got Date & Chocolate Cigar, Crispy Choco Noodles and Bingsu. Bingsu is a one of a kind ice-cream dessert I have tried which had strawberry flavoured glass noodles topped up with strawberry slices and Vanilla scoop on the top making it most beautiful serving Taiki has got. So, considering every bit of my experience, Taiki is apt for small groups of 4 to 6 members for their lunch and dinner outing trying the Asian delicacies. So if you are also bored with Andhra, Mangalorean, North Indian delicacies and looking for some international experience out here then Taiki is your place.

    How Much Did It Cost?

    ₹500 - ₹1,000

    Best To Go With?

    Family, Bae
      Indira Nagar, Bangalore