Over the last few months I have been blessed to be invited by some of the most prominent Japanese restaurant’s in Dubai and one of them being Hashi. Armani hotel in Burj Khalifa doesn’t need’s a introduction it is one of the most appealing hotel’s in the world and in my opinion consists the most magnificent restaurants Dubai has to offer.
Hashi located in the concourse level of Armani offers unobstructed pleasing view of the Dubai Fountain so having dinner here is not less then a romantic affair. Their creative team and Chef Jin Chul made me try a few of his appealingly glamorous dishes beginning with Spicy Edamame, Maguro Uzuzukuri (Tuna Sashimi), Chicken Gyoza and Truffle Wagyu Tataki. To say these dishes were delicious would be a understatement since each dish was equally superior and celestial in flavour.
Our next course was equally fascinating my favorite being the Wasabi Prawns, haven’t had such a lovely dish in a while it doesn’t compromises on the texture neither the presentation, hevenly. Salmon Kawa (Sushi), Tuna belly and Sea urchin are another few dishes which are absolutely rare to find in Dubai but be warned if you have it once you might be craving for it often.
Our eagerly awaited mains made a grand entry, Chilean Seabass and Ribeye were dissapeard in seconds from our plate making me fall in love with these dishes. Being completely content with my mains I honestly appreciated the genius Chef Jin Chul who made me realize what true Japanese dishes taste like.
Bento Box for Dessert was a surprise element and after the first few rounds of dishes I did expect something grand like this to end my dinner here. The Mango Mochi, Chocolate Popcorn Cake and Coconut Cake were extraordinary and even though I was completely full it would be like a sin to leave these. By now you must have guessed that I have a new favorite restaurant so don’t be surprised if you catch me quite often dining here.