We were invited to Panash, a Japanese and Pan-Asian cuisine based restaurant at Four Points Sheraton. Panash was relaunched with their new menu. Apart from the regular Japanese cuisine the menu had, Thai and Mediterranean cuisines have been introduced to the menu to cater to the taste of everyone.
What I Had
Sushi Signature Course
We started with the sushi course. Four varieties of sushi were served.
Haru Maki These were deep fried rolls filled with tuna, salmon and mayo.
California Maki Prawn, cucumber and crabstick rolled with mayo.
Panash Fusion Maki In the fusion maki, the Indian Tandoor cottage cheese or panner tikka, tomato and scallions were rolled in the maki,
Tempura Asparagus Maki Crispy fried asparagus tempura and mayo were rolled with tenkasu, which are crunchy bits of deep fried flour batter.
Dim Sum Course
For the dim sum course, we had the jiaozi and green dumplings.
Dumpling with minced chicken and mushroom.
Steamed dumpling with spinach, pakchoy mushroom and celery.
Phuket Style Barbeque Chicken
Marinated chicken with garlic, fresh basil and chilli.
Lajiao Lian Ou
Crispy lotus stem tossed with chilli, honey and scallion.
For the main course, we had Prawns with Xo sauce, Lotus leaf chicken, Stir fried silken tofu with spicy almond, Stir fry green choy, Jasmine Rice and Phad Thai Noodles.
For the desserts, we had the Lemon Grass Panna Cotta and Coconut Pancake.
With the new menu, they want the people who are apprehensive to try sushi, to try sushi. They have added a few fusion dishes. They have also added a few other dishes on the menu for those, who want to have something more apart from sushi to end the meal.
Check out Madhav’s views on the new menu of Panash on his blog Pune Hungry.