|Address:||Bangla Sahib Road, New Delhi 110001|
|Telephone:||+91 11 42500200|
Lunch: 12:00 PM-2:30 PM
Dinner: 6:00 PM-11:00 PM
|Dress Code:||Smart Casual|
|Child Policy:||Children are permitted|
Sakura, India's first Japanese restaurant is decorated in a contemporary Japanese manner, creating a visual effect of serenity and relaxation. This award-winning fine-dining restaurant with its three elegant private dining rooms, offers the best of Japanese cuisine - prepared from the freshest food flown in from Japan. The ultimate expression of flavour, that’s the focus at Sakura’s Japanese Kitchen. Japanese cuisine has always been an enigma wrapped in layers of mystery -- the more you uncover, the more there is waiting to be discovered.
Here, at Sakura, guests can unravel their own part of the enigma to relish exquisite Japanese food, lovingly prepared by celebrated Japanese Master Chef, as it was always meant to be. Exotic flavours from the finest and rarest ingredients get enhanced with the most impressive repertoire of Japanese Sakes. Visually stunning Sushi Bar treats guests to the best of Japanese gastronomic delights.
The artistic integrity of this world-class Japanese restaurant ensures the guests of a spiritual and a purifying experience indulging all senses and providing them with a complete Sensuous Pleasure. Highly reviewed and greatly loved by its patrons, Sakura remains unrivaled for expertly executed Japanese fare this side of Tokyo. Come and explore the unmatched dining experience at Sakura.
Acclaimed as India’s first Japanese restaurant, Sakura focuses on the Kaiseki cuisine - the formal royal Japanese cuisine. It’s interiors have a serene and relaxing effect, with obliging servers guiding you through the authentic Japanese dishes. Master Chef Tetsu Akahira recreates flavours of Tokyo with his team, transporting you to a mini-Japan of your own. From Ramen to Sushi and everything in-between, they’re your fix for Japanese fare.
With more than 40 years of solid experience Chef Tetsu believes that innovation is the most important thing in a menu. He likes to experiment with traditional Japanese dishes and tries to innovate as much as he can.
Chef Ashim Rastogi will be available in the absence of Chef Tetsu Akharia.