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Chopsticks Out: Powai Gets A Korean Restaurant & Here's Why You Shouldn't Miss It

Shaili posted on 15 March


It’s time to practice using those chopsticks, Powai has opened its doors to Origami, a Japanese & Korean restaurant that does absolute justice to the region.

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What’s great is that it’s not an Indianised version that you’re getting to eat – it’s authentic flavours and gives you the chance to experiment a bit. Think kimchi, sushi, ramen, dim sums, rolls, bento, sashimi, miso soups and the works.

If you’re starting off with soup, they recommend the Ebi Dashi Miso Soup {Miso soup with prawn stock}. Their other menu highlights are Gyoza {both steamed and pan-fried}, Wakame cucumber octopus sunomono {sweet vinegar seaweed, cucumber and octopus}, hand-rolled sushi, Gunkan Maki {sushi wrapped in seaweed} and Sashimi.

While you’re enjoying your sumptuous meal, you can wash it all down with some Soju {Korean wine} and sample some of their Matcha Cheesecake.

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If you’re open to trying out cuisine from that part of the world, apart from just the sushi that we all know and love, this is the place to visit, even if it burns a bigger hole in the picket. They have a good selection of vegetarian and non-vegetarian, so you’re spoilt for choice. Check them out on Instagram.


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Supreme Business Park, B Wing, Ground Floor, Hiranandani Gardens, Powai, Mumbai

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