Indulge In A Flavoursome Japanese Affair At Kampai, Aerocity

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What Makes It Awesome?

Japanese culture and their cuisines have always been filled with exhilarating experiences. Such is the essence of a newly opened restaurant in Aerocity, 'Kampai'. The moment you will step into the restaurant, you will certainly get a feel of Japan where cherry blossoms being embellished on the ceiling and traditional Japanese portraits adorning the walls. They even play one mesmerizing projection near the bar which depicts the magic of all the seasons of Japan in just ten minutes. If you are looking for a private space to cater to your family or friends, they also have two private dining spaces with traditional Japanese seating.

Talking about their menu, it's really extensive with almost everything Japan can offer. Taste is truly divine with an incredible presentation, for which the credit goes to the chef who hails from Japan. Starting from their remarkable Tiramisu tea (absolute favourite) and Matcha tea to gorgeous mocktails.
From EBI Tempura (fried prawns Tempura) to Yaki Buta Baraniko (the yummy pork belly), everything was just exceptional. Their 30 pieces of sushi platter are pure bliss as it comes with a wide variety of sushi in one boat. They have even curated a vegetarian menu which includes Edamame (soybeans with salt), Potato Karokke, Mushroom Dimsums and Yasai Tempura (assorted veg Tempura).
Their main course is equally interesting with dishes such as Tori Katsu curry (fried chicken with curry) served with sticky rice was utterly delicious. For vegetarians, there are Zucchini and eggplant curries which even a non -vegetarian will not resist trying.

Last but not least, your quest to Japan will be incomplete if you didn't have 'Ramen'. Yes, that's right, they even have several options for ramen in both veg and non-veg. So you gotta try that as well.
And no meal is complete without little sweetness, so how can we miss on desserts. Their Matcha Tiramisu cake is a must try and if you like cheesecakes, then try the Yuzu cheesecake which is equally delectable.

How Much Did It Cost?

₹1,000 - ₹3,000