Japanese is one of the most rooted cuisines in the world and has now found a home in Ahmedabad As you enter bentob restaurant you re greeted with an ambiance energy that is all about minimalism and functional nature of the cuisine yet the Manga art and the proud cookware on the walls will convey it s depth Greeted with smiles and the customary bow we were seated explained a little about the menu and were left to make our choices The menu while seeming small does offer a whole lot of choices Here s what we ate AGEDASHI TOFU Hot Tofu Cubes of silken tofu dusted with starch and deep fried served in a tentsuyu broth It is highly recommended you eat this hot If you are someone nudge nudge who has to click it s picture order 2 and eat one instantly TAMAGOYAKI This Japanese rolled omelette has our hearts Layers of fried egg rolled into a rectangular shape further cut into pieces carries with it a hint of sweetness which will embrace you despite your scepticism for it KATSU CURRY BENTO The Box arrived at the table wrapped in Furoshiki a traditional Japanese silk cloth used for wrapping gifts Nice touch The Katsu curry will feel closer home with its combination of curry powder turmeric coconut milk et al The rest of the elements make for a complete and balanced meal SPICY MISO RAMEN This ramen is calling out to all the deprived no more ramen lovers of the city Packs the perfect level of heat the miso is the star in this bowl Therapeutic GYOZAS We opted for the pan fried gyozas because that s the way it is best enjoyed OMU RICE Fried Rice wrapped in Omelette and topped with house made ketchup the show stealer is par excellent despite the simplistic nature of the dish GOMA ICECREAM Toasted Black Sesame Sugar Cream is a must try for all the food experimenters out there Intensely nutty and earthy Save room for this one RAW CHOCOLATE CAKE A vegan option of cake made with dates and chocolate topped with fresh mango pieces and puree The menu offers great vegetarian as well as eggetarian friendly options The city just got a proper Japanese restaurant and we love it

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Japanese is one of the most rooted cuisines in the world and has now found a home in Ahmedabad.

As you enter @bentob.restaurant , you're greeted with an ambiance (energy) that is all about minimalism and functional nature of the cuisine, yet the Manga art and the proud cookware on the walls will convey it's depth.
Greeted with smiles, and the customary bow, we were seated, explained a little about the menu and were left to make our choices. The menu, while seeming small, does offer a whole lot of choices.

Here's what we ate :

AGEDASHI TOFU : Hot Tofu! Cubes of silken tofu, dusted with starch and deep fried, served in a tentsuyu broth. It is highly recommended you eat this hot. If you are someone (nudge-nudge!) who has to click it's picture, order 2 and eat one, instantly.

TAMAGOYAKI: This Japanese rolled omelette has our hearts! Layers of fried egg rolled into a rectangular shape, further cut into pieces carries with it a hint of sweetness which will embrace you despite your scepticism for it.

KATSU CURRY BENTO: The Box arrived at the table wrapped in Furoshiki, a traditional Japanese silk cloth used for wrapping gifts. Nice touch!
The Katsu curry will feel closer home with its combination of curry powder, turmeric, coconut milk et al. The rest of the elements make for a complete, and balanced meal.

SPICY MISO RAMEN: This ramen is calling out to all the deprived (no more) ramen lovers of the city. Packs the perfect level of heat, the miso is the star in this bowl. Therapeutic!

GYOZAS: We opted for the pan-fried gyozas, because that's the way it is best enjoyed!

OMU RICE: Fried Rice wrapped in Omelette and topped with house-made ketchup (the show stealer) is par excellent despite the simplistic nature of the dish.

GOMA ICECREAM: Toasted Black Sesame + Sugar + Cream is a must try for all the food experimenters out there. Intensely nutty and earthy! Save room for this one!

RAW CHOCOLATE CAKE: A vegan option of cake made with dates and chocolate topped with fresh mango pieces and puree.

The menu offers great vegetarian as well as eggetarian friendly options.

The city just got a proper Japanese restaurant, and we love it!

#IPaidForIt

Japanese is one of the most rooted cuisines in the world and has now found a home in Ahmedabad. As you enter @bentob.restaurant , you're greeted with an ambiance (energy) that is all about minimalism and functional nature of the cuisine, yet the Manga art and the proud cookware on the walls will convey it's depth. Greeted with smiles, and the customary bow, we were seated, explained a little about the menu and were left to make our choices. The menu, while seeming small, does offer a whole lot of choices. Here's what we ate : AGEDASHI TOFU : Hot Tofu! Cubes of silken tofu, dusted with starch and deep fried, served in a tentsuyu broth. It is highly recommended you eat this hot. If you are someone (nudge-nudge!) who has to click it's picture, order 2 and eat one, instantly. TAMAGOYAKI: This Japanese rolled omelette has our hearts! Layers of fried egg rolled into a rectangular shape, further cut into pieces carries with it a hint of sweetness which will embrace you despite your scepticism for it. KATSU CURRY BENTO: The Box arrived at the table wrapped in Furoshiki, a traditional Japanese silk cloth used for wrapping gifts. Nice touch! The Katsu curry will feel closer home with its combination of curry powder, turmeric, coconut milk et al. The rest of the elements make for a complete, and balanced meal. SPICY MISO RAMEN: This ramen is calling out to all the deprived (no more) ramen lovers of the city. Packs the perfect level of heat, the miso is the star in this bowl. Therapeutic! GYOZAS: We opted for the pan-fried gyozas, because that's the way it is best enjoyed! OMU RICE: Fried Rice wrapped in Omelette and topped with house-made ketchup (the show stealer) is par excellent despite the simplistic nature of the dish. GOMA ICECREAM: Toasted Black Sesame + Sugar + Cream is a must try for all the food experimenters out there. Intensely nutty and earthy! Save room for this one! RAW CHOCOLATE CAKE: A vegan option of cake made with dates and chocolate topped with fresh mango pieces and puree. The menu offers great vegetarian as well as eggetarian friendly options. The city just got a proper Japanese restaurant, and we love it! #IPaidForIt

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