Kakapo in Mehrauli has been a well known haunt for Delhiites due to the fact it opened but now, we have a thing new to glimpse ahead to. Kakapo is established to transcend boundaries with a delectable journey across nations with the start of its skilfully crafted worldwide cuisine menu with all-natural and widespread palette of elements and tactics. Drawing inspiration from the numerous and tantalising flavours of dishes from close to the globe, the new menu promises to be a celebration of flavourful excellence.
Kakapo hosted a unique chef’s table to give us a sneak peek into the revamped menu with reimagined classics. Mr. Udit Bagga, Managing Director, Kakapo exposed how the menu has been curated drawing influences from all around the planet whilst holding the palate of Indians in mind. In all probability which is why the Mushroo Har Gow dim sums had a spicy twist to accommodate our desi palate. And let me confess, it was very a delightful kick of the warmth.
But this is not in which our gastronomical journey began. It kicked off with a round of Amuse Buche – with a gentle and refreshing serving of Salmon Carpaccio that was plated to perfection. The mixture of salmon and avocado is a winner, and it was seasoned just appropriate to make for the first training course and to complement my equally tantalising French Fantasy cocktail. My favorite tequila was mixed with vodka and sweetened to remember to my sweet tooth.
And then, the food stuff saved coming and the beverages kept flowing. I cherished the notion of the food stuff and beverages pairing (which was not restricted to wine). So, we tried out a wide variety of food items and a variety of spirits, not caring for the hangover we could have the next day. Amazingly and thankfully, I did not get it!
Coming again to the food stuff, Pomelo Salad was a single of the highlights of the supper. The Thai-unique salad has just the freshness you need from a salad – the sweet and spicy sauces, the crunch of the roasted nuts and the wonderful greens – all arrived jointly in splendid harmony.
Then the night was drawing to a close and it was time for the primary meal. I picked Sea bass en pappiouttee, which, to be trustworthy, did not pretty match my palate as it averts the scent and taste of uncooked fish. But for all those who don’t mind it, it can be a very good selection.
But then, desserts ended up there to work up my urge for food after once more. The signature Kakapo’s Nest, with comprehensive resemblance to the exceptional nocturnal fowl Kakapo, the egg-shaped dessert – seemed unquestionably exquisite, the smoke all over it introducing to its one of a kind presentation. But it was the Vegan Sandwich dessert that gained above my sweet tooth and my coronary heart.
It was a incredibly sweet ending to a fantastic food. I still left with a take note in my mind to go back again to Kakapo to test the rest of the menu. Won’t be able to wait around!