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Junisha Dama - Burrp User

Junisha Dama

October 07,2015

The new menu at Shiro urges you to walk-in for a sit-down meal.

With dim lights, stone walls and a pan-Asian menu, Shiro is on its way to become a lunch and dinner destination too. Shiro’s fresh menu maintains its style and still holds onto most of its appetizers from the previous menu. So you needn't be disappointed if you had a few favourites.
The proportionate mix of pan-Asian cuisines offers variety and in parts sticks to some comfort dishes. The tightly wrapped maki rolls had fresh and crunchy vegetables and the sticky rice was perfectly seasoned. The Crispy Duck Maki with crisp hoisin-glazed meat was a sushi we’ve never seen before, as was the zucchini-wrapped slightly sweet Miso Aubergine Sushi, which took us away from our general dislike of aubergine. The Spicy Prawn and Avocado Maki – had the prawn on top like California rolls – and the Spicy Salmon Negi are both safe bets if you don’t want to be adventurous.

Skewers, served on mini grills pose as the right tapas when you’re lounging with a few drinks. Honey Black Bean Prawn Skewers and the Thai Spiced Basa Skewers are opposites. The former is packed with sweet and bean flavours, while the latter is sweeter in comparison. The Teriyaki Potato Skewers are barely doused in sauce and are best avoided; the Korean Mushroom Skewers which were sweet and spicy will be best paired with a pint of chilled beer. Both Indonesian Grilled Chicken Skewers - doused in sambal sauce and Vietnamese Chicken Skewers - marinated in a sweet chilli sauce, were perfect for the Indian palate.
Chicken Summer Rolls – rice paper rolls from Vietnam, stuffed with fresh mint and cabbage leaves and shredded chicken, were refreshing and light with crispy, crunchy vegetables. Something we’d love to order in the summers.
The highlight of the meal – Miso Black Cod served with raw papaya slaw – was a classic preparation with subtle miso flavours and beautifully cooked fish. The Miso Citrus New Zealand Lamb Chops in a light citrus and miso marination, served with a sweet potato mash had delicate citrus-flavoured lamb. The Chillean Sea Bass with Chili Lime Reduction had a subtle zesty lime flavour, with a light tinge of chilli.

The mains are quite similar to most Asian-speciality restaurants. Garlic Fried Rice made using sticky rice had a garnish of fried garlic and paired well with the Assorted Mushrooms with Spicy Thai Herb Sauce, which had an earthy flavour but didn’t match-up to its promise of spicy. The coconut-flavoured Chicken Massaman Curry was aromatic and light, unlike most coconut-based curries we’ve tried. The Yaki Udon Noodles were slightly mushy and the vegetables tossed in provided a much needed crunch. The Vietnamese BBQ Eggplant will make you love eggplants. The grilled eggplant had a smoky flavour from the fried onions and garlic on top, and the peanuts added a crunch and their unique flavour to the soft vegetable.
Sour cherries soaked in satori sauce were stuffed in the soft Chocolate and Sour Cherry Dome, which was made with a rich chocolate mousse – the dessert is apt for those who don’t have a sweet tooth. Sesame came out as a hero in the warm Chocolate and Sesame Pops - balls of sesame and ganache. Served in a martini glass, the pops sit on a bed of vanilla ice-cream and are topped with cream.

Subtle and fresh flavours are the mainstays of the new menu. The variety is innovative with enough options for a lounge as well as a dine-in. Despite several Asian-speciality restaurants in the city, Shiro’s menu promises to make a mark of its own.
Must Try: Miso Aubergine Sushi, Honey Black Bean Prawn Skewers, Miso Black Cod, Assorted Mushrooms in Spicy Thai Herb Sauce and Chocolate and Sour Cherry Dome
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RADHAKrishna 9393 - Burrp User

RADHAKrishna 9393

March 31,2015

Fun Night out

Interiors nicely done with good oriental feel to the place.Korean delicacies are special and a must have. Spring roll-flavoured with lemon grass very unique taste. Thai curry-green & red saucesimply delicious.The retro music is great and nobody cares if you decide to stand on the tables/ couches and dance.The drinks are a little expensiv. All in all, a really fun night out.
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Parvati Menon - Burrp User

Parvati Menon

March 23,2015

nice place

It was a wonderful experience at shiros last weekend . It rocks as usual . The music , food, service and ambience all good. Kudos to the team.
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Lillian Mendes - Burrp User

Lillian Mendes

January 31,2015

Best place to salsa!

I go here normally on a wednesday night when the salsa night is on! I love salsa dancing and so i enjoy dancing here since the place is quite spacious ! A very expensive place for food and alcohol..Its quite nice on a saturday night as well .. They have some awesome house music playing and the crowd here is very chic! But for me this place is the best way to destress after a long day by dancing the salsa ! we have also performed here for the salsa nights!
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Foodosaurus Prachi

January 31,2015

very expensive but good

Was here with a group of friends celebrating a special occasion, had a variety of dishes which were all great- Spiced potatoes, Spring roll-, Green Thai curry, Burnt garlic rice.. and it has one of best ambiances in the city which we had ever seen.. worth the price for very special occassions otherwise it is just too expensive! Celebs also frequent here a lot.
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January 31,2015

Great great Hangout..!!

One of the best ambiances of a lounge in Mumbai. The giant Buddha statues and the overall zen architecture is something one will not find anywhere else in Mumbai. Unlike other lounges this one is quite spacious with a separate second dining area on the first floor separating the dance floor and the bar area. Though on the expensive side, the cocktails here are a must try. The food is mostly Japanese and Korean stuff so it might not appeal to all specifically the vegetarians.

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Asha Nath - Burrp User

Asha Nath

January 25,2015

Amazing ambiance

Such a beautiful ambiance which wins over everything! Been here just once with hubby, Had a salad which was nice and fresh and crunchy (not soggy),just the way I like it! Hubby had sushi and loved it,so did his friends. Very soothing ambiance,cannot praise it enough. Loved it,would love to go back. This is specially awesome for a date night.
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