|Address:||No.1, Residency Road, Bengaluru 560025, Karnataka, India|
|Telephone:||+91 80 22119898|
Dinner: 6:30 PM-11:30 PM
|Dress Code:||Smart Casual|
|Child Policy:||Children above the age of 12 are permitted|
The name EDO is inspired by the ancient name of the city of Tokyo. It was during the EDO period that Japan first saw an exuberant popularisation of art, music, theatre and literature in joyous pursuit of an ideal world. EDO at the ITC Gardenia is a celebration of this very spirit.
EDO brings alive the concept of Japan’s vibrant after-hours culture, with authentic sushi, sashimi, succulent robatayaki, crisp tempura and artful bento meals, accompanied by fine Japanese sake, wines and whiskies, culminating in a grand finale of delectable desserts.
This 81-seater Japanese, resto-bar celebrates the revival of the spirit of the EDO period with the culinary indulgence of a style of dining that is a popular trend in present-day Tokyo. Deviating from the tradition dominated Kaiseki style of dining, EDO promises to bring alive fun rituals that engage and enthrall guests, in a relaxed ambience.
He started his professional journey from Asian hotels where he worked for 3 years with various Japanese sensei’s imbibing himself with technical skills and the deep mystery of Japanese cuisine. His culinary journey took him to ITC Maratha Mumbai, where he was instrumental in creating the first live sushi bar for ITC Hotels. A well travelled chef he then practiced his art at the ITC Maurya in Delhi
His epicurean adventure reached new heights during his stint in Singapore where he expanded his repertoire of ingredients and techniques making him a veritable warehouse of Japanese secrets. On returning back he was instrumental in crafting the menu for My Humble House and its Successful opening.
After journeying far and wide he is now at the ITC Gardenia heading the Kitchen brigade at EDO which continues to thrive under his guidance.