From Sushi To Dimsum, Hashi Offers You Amazing Japanese Food!

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What Makes It Awesome?

All the Sushiholics, Hashi is definitely your place to hog onto!

The ambience is cute. The place isn't huge but can accommodate around 40 to 50 people at a time. They have an open kitchen which definitely an eye-catcher.


• Zucchini Capriccio ( zucchini slices served with in-house sauce) - cold subtle flavours infused in zucchini slices was surely light and comfy way to start our meal. Tasted decent.

• Shake Aburi Nilgiri ( Nilgiri Sushi with flame seared salmon ) - This Tasted amazing with the sauce served to us.

• EBI Tempura Uramaki ( Batter fried prawns in a Sushi roll) - Not a prawn person but liked it a lot because of the crispiness of the prawns.

• Fresh Summer roll - Moist Sushi roll stuffed with chunks of chicken. Loved it💛

• Broccoli & Water Chestnut Dimsum - Didn't like it much because the stuffing had nuts in it. Wasn't expecting that it tasted a little odd to me.

• Tori Katsu Uramaki ( panko-fried chicken in a Sushi roll) - Flavourful chicken chunks stuffed in sushi rolls topped with a sauce. Every ingredient complimented each other so well.

• Tori Karaage (Japanese fried chicken with spicy Tonkatsu sauce) - The fried chicken was palate pleasing with the Tonkatsu sauce. Highly Recommended.

• Chicken & Coriander Dimsum - Chicken pieces were delicious. Loved this Dimsum.

• Chicken & Chilli Oil Dimsum - It was spicy just the way I like it to be.

• Thai Green Curry with Jasmine Rice - Creamy and lots of veggies with Jasmine Flavoured rice. This was amazing.

• Pad Thai Noodles - It tasted a little sweet which was a disappointment.

• Chilli Basil noodles - Amazing Flavours! A must try.

• Mango Sticky Rice - Delicious rice topped with mango pieces!

Staff was quick and attentive. Spot on service.

What Could Be Better?

Nothing as such.

How Much Did It Cost?

₹500 - ₹1,000

Best To Go With?

Family, Bae, Big Group, Kids

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