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India Today - - SIMPLY DELHI -

If you’re go­ing to try this, then be pre­pared for the un­usual. When one thinks of break­fast, im­ages of toast, por­ridge, and crois­sants float be­fore one’s eyes. But a Ja­panese break­fast is what most In­di­ans would con­sider lunch or din­ner. Served with a prior no­tice of 24 hours, the break­fast comes in a bento box. Each sec­tion is a bright colour con­sist­ing of grilled red snap­per with light soy, grilled om­lette, pick­led seaweed, Ja­panese steamed rice with plum sea­son­ing, salad, and sim­mered veg­eta­bles in dashi stock. Of the var­i­ous dishes, our favourite was the Ta­m­agoy­aki (grilled and rolled om­lette). Ac­com­pa­ny­ing the box are fruits, Ja­panese tea, miso soup and other flavour­ings (pick­led cu­cum­ber, plum and seaweed pow­der). This break­fast place is per­fect for those who want a light and healthy start to the day as the en­tire meal weighs only 220 grams and has 624 calo­ries. A favourite among Ja­panese ex­pats. Tim­ings: 7am to 10:30am Price: Rs 1,500 (per per­son) plus taxes 42661122

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