Progressive Indian Cuisine comes to Japan in the form of a new limited pop-up eatery
Gaggan, the winner of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants awards 2017, will open a pop-up eatery at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo. Open for three days from 15 to 17 June, Gaggan at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo will present Chef Gaggan Anand’s “Progressive Indian Cuisine” in Japan for the first time.
Now topping Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list for a third year, Bangkok-based Gaggan serves Chef Gaggan Anand’s widely acclaimed style of cooking that combines local ingredients with traditional Indian spices and modern culinary techniques to create imaginative, flavoursome dishes.
Chef Gaggan will present a 15-course dinner menu at the pop-up, where space will be limited to 12 diners per sitting (four sittings per day). Table reservations will be taken from 12 April. Guests can make the most of the pop-up by booking a special accommodation package at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo.
The accommodation package for two people is priced from JPY 135,000 for a Mandarin Grand room and JPY 215,000 for a Mandarin Suite, and includes:
One-night stay in a Mandarin Grand room or Mandarin Suite for two people
Dinner at Gaggan at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo for two people
Breakfast at K’shiki All Day Dining or Oriental Lounge for two people
Gaggan Anand has achieved wide acclaim for putting Indian food on the world map of fine dining with his progressive approach to cooking. Read more about this talented chef in our exclusive interview here.