With a grip on his Indian roots and a forward-thinking mind, Gaggan delivers an ever-changing menu of original artfully-crafted dishes rich in flavor, texture, and beauty. Inspired by seasonal ingredients and Indian regional cuisine and street food, chef-owner Gaggan Anand cooks up what he calls “progressive Indian cuisine” that earned the restaurant two Michelin Stars and the title of Asia’s Best Restaurant (from Asia’s Best 50 Awards) for three years straight.
Voyage on a special culinary adventure starting with a 25-course “emoji tasting menu,” where you are given a list of emojis to describe the dishes to be served to you. After a journey through “Magic” Mushrooms, Indian Sushi, Charcoal Prawn Amritsari, and Sea Urchin Ice Cream, descriptions for the colorful collection are revealed to contented stomachs.
Take a seat at the counter to view the unfolding of Gaggan’s succulent feast, made by the hands of thirty talented chefs.
I've always love their pastries, really thumbs up. The ambiance is relaxing--very pleasing to the eyes--even the restroom. Food is good although I don't think I'm really paying for the quality of food. And since I'm a pesto lover, I find their Can't say no pesto a let down.
Support your mom's passion for baking through Bake and Beyond. This shop has everything to make the sweetest confections like bakeware, toppings, dairy products, and syrups. You name it! Perhaps, you can spend time in the kitchen with your mom and have a baking session, too.
You can't travel to Mexico for now but you can taste Mexican pibil, a traditional Mexican slow-roasted pork dish. It's one of the ingredients of La Picara's sisig pibil taco, which also contains sisig and adobo in its filling.