Pa Pa Ya, the modern Asian bistro from the House of Massive Restaurants, has launched an extensive Sushi menu featuring over 45 different variations of Sushi, including the complex Nigaki, making it the only place in India to serve it. Chef Sahil Singh, Corporate Chef, Massive Restaurants has curated this exclusive Sushi menu, to take one on a culinary journey through the landscape of Asia.
Some of the signature Sushis from this new menu include: Ama Ebi Sashimi (thinly sliced shrimp), the crowd favourite - Spicy Avocado Sushi Roll (rice paper rolls served with seasoned creamy avocado), Salmon and Scallop Firepit Smoked Ikura (salmon and salmon roe wrapped in cucumber slice and flambéd), Fruits De Mer Xo ( tempura fried prawn sushi,), Yasai Nigaki (vegatarian nigaki, which contains asparagus, shitake mushrooms, sriracha caviar, bubuare and yuzu mayonnaise) and Layered Sushi Pizza Zucchini Carpaccio ( Sushi Rice, Zucchini Carpaccio steamed Edamame, fresh veggies and ginger Tamari roll).
We started off with the new vegetable sushi menu. We were presented with Spicy Avocado and Asparagus Tempura Rolls platters. The sushi had a refreshing taste to it and wasn’t in a typical cube shape. Other varieties of sushi we tried were Crispy Vegetable Maki Dehydrated, Sushi Burger (pickled vegetables Philli Aioli), Layered Shushi Pizza Zucchi Carpaccio and Nigaki- California Roll. Among these sushis, we absolutely fell head over heels in love with their Dehydrated Maki Sushi, which has dehydrated spinach on it. Not only was it crispy but was also just delightful to eat. However, we did not like the Sushi Burger, therefore would not recommend it. Over all it was like a scrumptious veg sushi feast.
Massive Restaurants is spearheaded by Zorawar Kalra and mentored by his illustrious father and Czar of Indian Cuisine – the Late Jiggs Kalra. The Company currently operates under brand verticals of premium Fine-Dining Restaurants like Masala Library by Jiggs Kalra, the Smart-Casual Dining Restaurants with the brand name Made in Punjab, the modern Indian bistro concept Farzi Café and modern pan-Asian bistro concept Pa Pa Ya.