Meraaki Kitchen: Where Food Connects With Your Soul
- Cafe And Fine Dine
September 25, 2017
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September 25, 2017
Lucien Tendret rightly said:
To give life to beauty, the painter uses a whole range of colours, musicians of sounds, the cook of tastes – and it is indeed remarkable that there are seven colours, seven musical notes, and seven tastes.
Cooking is an art and artist is the creator of beautiful things. To be a chef requires craftsmanship and knowing the chemistry of what ingredients work together does the trick.
Restaurants today are experimenting with sight, texture, smell, sound and other stimuli to manipulate to make the eater’s experience surpass the moment.
One of the largest standalone restaurants nationwide is a flagship venture by two beautiful girls, Shivika Kothari and Neha Deepak Shah. Meraaki Kitchen gets its name from the Greek word Meraki, which means,
“the soul, creativity, or love put into something; the essence of yourself that is put into your work.”
While Shivika studied her Hospitality Administration at Boston University in Massachusetts, USA, Neha is the first runner-up of Masterchef India Season 4.
Meraaki Kitchen is one of the latest restaurants in Jaipur city where you have not been served just the food, but they promise to evoke and stimulate all your senses. Recently, we happened to be there at the Meraaki Kitchen to taste the delicacies they offer and here’s our review.
From the moment we stepped in, to the time we stepped out, we were in awe. Pardon me, if you find me sounding bit biased as I was really impressed with each and every bit of our evening at Meraaki Kitchen.
From interior to food, service, hygiene, care, hospitality, everything was so perfect. This, however, doesn’t at all mean that I won’t be doing justice on the review part.
I will be giving genuine reviews so that whenever you stop by, you know which delicacies are must-haves and which all you can miss out.
So, here I go from the very first delicacy to the dessert. Before trying out the delicacies, we were served, Aam Panna Chuski and Kala Khatta drink which was tangy and tasty. A perfect companion that you should order with your food.
We were also served, Aparagus, Paneer Tikka, Kadhi Chawal Risotto and Tempura Crunchy which were equally good. However, Hot Melting Chocolate Ball stole the show.
The service staff was prompt. As each delicacy was being served, we were told about the ingredients and how they are prepared. Each staff member had knowledge of dishes that were served. All the delicacies were presented a unique way. A perfect visual treat it was!
27, Madrampura, Ajmer Road, Civil Lines, Jaipur, Rajasthan. For more details, you can log on to : www.meraakikitchen.com!
We believe that the way we have described how delicious the food items were and the images pinned along have done the real justice. To sum up, I would say that Meraaki Kitchen is one of the most exquisite fine dining restaurants in Jaipur that is definitely worth checking out.