After taking the city on a Southeast Asian culinary journey with Sushi and Baos, Shizusan Shophouse & Bar is all set to launch its first ever satay festival. The menu breaks all boundaries when it comes to choice of ingredients and flavours with each of the 10 satays dedicated to different parts of Asia hence aptly named ‘The Travelling Satay’.
The menu is inspired by Shizusan’s recent travels and is meant to lead guests to a culinary journey through his culinary innovations and memories. Each of the 10 special satays is a product of the personality of the country it is inspired from. Straight from Malaysia we have Satay Taichan –chicken marinated in hot & spicy sambal Oelek. Similarly from the Philippines, the indulgent Filipino Tenderloin Barbikyu – pan seared tenderloin coated with Filipino sweet & sour BBQ sauce – will transport you to the bustling streets of Manila. From the land of the rising sun, Shizusan brings to you The Lamb Yakitori – lamb marinated in Yakitori sauce and flame grilled to perfection.
If you’re a vegetarian, they’ve you sorted on that front too! Try the Korean Spiced Cottage Cheese – cottage cheese grilled in kimchi sauce. The Tofu Kaprow from Thailand is a delicate preparation of tofu chunks carefully grilled in lemongrass skewers. Shizusan’s love for the ‘off the beaten path’ inspires the Japanese Goheimochi Rice Cake – pounded sticky rice cooked in unagi peanut sauce.If variety is your style, try the Satay Je – a sweet & spicy assorted veg satay.
Pair these up with their Asian cocktails and mocktails for a complete experience of this multi-city festival at Shizusan in Bangalore. The limited-time menu has equal options for vegetarian and non-vegetarian satays and is available from March 19th onwards only at Shizusan.
Date: 19th March Onwards
Timings: 12 pm to 12 am
Place: Shizusan Shophouse & Bar
For Reservations: Call – +91 80 6726 6655 / 4962 6655