India Today - - SIMPLY BANGALORE -

BUTA KAKUNI When talk­ing of lux­u­ri­ous and in­dul­gent meals, the city’s most op­u­lent Ja­panese restau­rant, Edo, can hardly es­cape your list. Right from sourc­ing au­then­tic in­gre­di­ents from mar­kets in Ja­pan to recre­at­ing an ex­pe­ri­ence, the restau­rant works painstak­ingly to­wards ev­ery de­tail. The Buta Kakuni or the slow braised black pork is a tra­di­tional Ja­panese del­i­cacy made us­ing high qual­ity pork belly. With al­ter­nat­ing lay­ers of fat and meat, the pork is slow cooked for as long as 18 hours so it melts in your mouth with its ten­der­ness. The dish is fin­ished off with soya and Mirin, Ja­panese rice vine­gar that is sim­i­lar in

con­sis­tency and tex­ture to Sake, the Ja­panese rice wine. l AT Edo, ITC Gar­de­nia, No 1, Res­i­dency Road l TEL 22119898 l PRICE Rs 800 plus taxes

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