-By Marryam H Reshii
Part restaurant, part night club, Shiro has an extremely dramatic entrance. After the sarkari-themed lobby with its expanse of white marble, the staircase leading to Shiro is dark wood and rope. Inside, there is a secluded section with a bar and a teppanyaki counter manned by an experienced chef. With a menu as vast as it is, inevitably some sections work better than others. The dish billed as Chicken Mahtani - a Korean-style chicken dish named after one of the partners of Shiro - is not a bona fide dish, but it does taste good, and that is the whole point of Shiro. It is not traditional Japanese or authentic Chinese, but a concocted version that appears to do well in this club on tiers with a dance floor that can be concealed under the steps.
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Shiro is not just a restaurant but also a good nightspot which is pretty evident from its grand entry point and well managed staff service. The interior leads to a low lit area where the most interesting corners are the bar and the teppanyaki corner that serves amazing food. This place is basically a celebration spot for me due to the lively ambience and very delicious collection of food items. From the food menu their Japanese and Chinese dishes are authentic and I love Chicken Mahtani and Pan Fried Noodles of Shiro. Lovely, enjoyable and fun is what Shiro is all about.
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