Ishaara has recently opened their second outpost which is now open at Phoenix Marketcity Kurla.
At Ishaara, the team employs amazing and full-of-life, almost bursting at the seams, People with Speech and Hearing Impairment as service associates. Guests communicate with them using simple signs on the menu or merely pointing at the dishes and placing their orders. Strategic managerial interventions designed into the sequence of service will create a seamless and intrinsically satisfying experience.
“We believe that like any previous era, food continues to evolve and adapt and it is our humble effort to contribute to the evolution of our cuisine within the boundaries of a list of guiding principles established by us to enhance rather than invent,” said the statement.
The desserts are cosmopolitan and cross-cultural, including chocolate and fruit-based desserts, some with an Indian accent, and some without added sugar. The food is designed to be shared in true Indian style, but can equally be had individually as the portioning of dishes is based on grammage of proteins equivalent to a two-course meal.
Ishaara houses a fully stocked bar offering stunning, cutting edge, refreshing and dramatic cocktails, mocktails, teas and tisanes. We have kept in mind that the drinks should stand their ground on their own, and at the same time complement the food. We often use palm jaggery as a sugar substitute and create our own fruit and flower cordials and essences.
It also has an alfresco section with plants and light pendants cabana, ideal to spend your weekend afternoons. The interiors are plush with polished wood partitioned sofa booths offering privacy within a busy and buzzing restaurant. All the light fittings have been custom created for the restaurant and the space is filled with natural plants to complete the visual of a restaurant set within a conservatory.