The culinary world is known for its experimentation and the birth of new and exciting concepts. One such concept is the newly opened INJA, a concept dining restaurant located in Friends Colony’s Manor Hotel in Delhi. This restaurant has been the result of culinary experimentation and hours of creativity, resulting in an Indo-Japanese fusion cuisine that is both innovative and exciting.
The restaurant’s name, INJA, is derived from the first two letters of India and Japan, ‘IN’ and ‘JA’, respectively. This fusion of Indian and Japanese cuisine is evident in the restaurant’s menu, which offers a unique blend of modern Indian and Japanese cuisine. The restaurant’s spacious interiors, located at the former site of Manish Malhotra’s Indian Accent, provide a relaxed setting for diners to enjoy their meal. The minimalist elements on the walls and the selection of Indian music in the background add to the sensory experience of the diners, making it a treat for all senses.
The fusion cuisine at INJA is new and exciting, with innovative dishes that combine Indian and Japanese flavors to create a harmonious blend. Some of the must-try dishes at the restaurant include Crispy Shiso Tempura, Alaskan King Crab Kachori, Lobster Rasam Chawanmushi (Japanese Egg Custard), Gobhi 65 Maki, Kushiyaki with Chicken Wings, and Jackfruit Katsu Sando. The restaurant’s bar offers a wide range of signature cocktails, with the Lychee Gondhoraj Martini being a standout option.
The restaurant’s interiors are minimalist yet soothing, designed to complement the dining experience. INJA is a must-visit for foodies who enjoy exploring different cuisines and are keen to experience a first-of-its-kind Indo-Japanese fusion.
So, head over to INJA and enjoy a unique culinary experience that will tantalize your taste buds and invigorate your senses!
Address: The Manor Hotel, 77, Mathura Rd, Friends Colony West, New Friends Colony, New Delhi, Delhi, 110065
7:00 PM to 11:00 PM – Dinner
7:00 PM to 1:00 AM – Bar
(Closed on Tuesdays)
Cost for two: Rs. 4,000 approx.