Yuki, a new culinary destination in Indiranagar, proudly presents an enticing Pan-Asian menu that invites diners on a culinary journey through the rich and diverse flavors of Japanese, Korean, Malaysian, and Thai cuisines. Specializing in dimsums and sushi, Yuki promises a delectable experience with an extensive array of options catering to various tastes, including a strong representation of vegetarian and vegan-friendly dishes.
Yuki’s menu boasts a meticulous selection of dishes, blending traditional recipes with modern culinary techniques and fresh, high quality produce. From the umami-packed Vietnamese Pho Soup to the savory Korean Baos and the innovative Vegan Sushi, each dish is a masterpiece in itself. Regional specialties like Larb Gai from North-Eastern Thailand, Burmese Chickpea Tofu, and original Kampung Rice from Malaysia showcase the restaurant’s commitment to authenticity and diversity. Yuki distinguishes itself with a focus on Pan Asian cuisine, accentuated by Japanese influences, particularly in dimsums and sushi. Their steaming hot cream cheese dumplings, truffle edamame dumplings and their take on fried sushi (Yasai Futomaki Age) has garnered its own fan base.
The cocktail menu at Yuki is a symphony of creativity, featuring a range of enticing concoctions that complement the Asian culinary voyage. From the Eiga Highball, blending vodka, cold brew, popcorn syrup, smoky whisky, cherry water, and soda, to the Fig & Cheese Old Fashioned with whiskey, fig & cheese, and bitters, each drink is a masterpiece. Yuki’s commitment to diverse tastes is evident in the inclusion of vegetarian and vegan-friendly dishes. Whether it’s the refreshing Japs Elixer LIIT or the exotic flavors of the Pandan Teq-Tea, each sip transports you to a unique realm of taste. Indulge in the enchanting allure of the Botanist G&T or the whimsical Samui Sunset with gin, blue pea, passionfruit syrup, lime juice, soda, and cotton candy. The Cheese Cake Gin & Tonic and Sakura Whisper showcase Yuki’s dedication to infusing inventive elements into classic concoctions. Painappuru and Panna Costa, with their distinct flavor profiles, add an extra layer of excitement to the mix. Yuki’s cocktail menu is a harmonious blend of innovation and tradition, inviting patrons to sip and savor the culinary magic that awaits them.
The interior design echoes this commitment of staying authentic to the roots by featuring Japanese cherry blossom trees, nature-inspired elements in refined earthy tones, black and white flooring that’s contrasted by teal and pink furniture inspired by Neo Art Deco. Hints of rose gold add luxury, while the warm cloud lighting creates an atmosphere of mystique and charm across all outlets.
The Koi fish motif, omnipresent in all outlets, symbolises the journey of the fish from one location to another, while the Yuki logo occupies a signature wall at each outlet. With seating capacities ranging from 65 to 120 seats and unique features like live sushi and dim sum counters, Yuki ensures a consistent quality dining experience across all its outlets.
Sai Shivani & Priyesh Busetty – Co-founders, Yuki said, “Our commitment to providing a memorable dining experience extends beyond the plate. The elegant interiors, influenced by Japanese cherry blossoms and Neo Art Deco design, create an ambiance that complements the exceptional flavors on offer. The Koi fish motif, weaving its way through our outlets, symbolizes the journey of our culinary excellence from one location to another.
Yuki is not just a restaurant; it’s an invitation to embark on a gastronomic adventure. We invite you to join us and explore the tantalizing world of Pan-Asian cuisine, where tradition meets modernity, and every bite is a celebration of flavor.”