The Westin at MG Road, Gurgaoan near IFFCO Chowk Metro Station is a seven-star hotel that stands tall overlooking the broad traffic-laden roads of Mehrauli-Gurgaon Road. South East Asia is a land of mysticism and awe. They are best known for their click-clack of chopsticks and stringy noodles that are so in love with. If not chopsticks, we have certainly imbibed their noodles and suited them to our palate. From the flavours of the mystical land, EEST – The Westin has been opened.
EEST gives you a slice of mystical flavours from the three distinct cuisines of South-East Asia – Japanese, Chinese and Thai. The restaurant offers five-themed private dining areas, a Chinese tea lounge, a sushi bar that can seat up to 5 and a large semi-private main dining room. The decor is modern and very stylish but not over the top.
Chef Tsuyoshi Saeki is the Japanese Masterchef of EEST who takes charge of the kitchen. His skill and vision turns every simple dish into a nouvelle creation. The food served is creative yet it has maintained the authenticity in taste. Thai stir-fried prawns with chilli, garlic and hot basil; Dumplings in veg. and non-veg. fillings; Tenderloin Bulgogi; Gaeng Phed Ped Yang (Thai Duck Curry); Crispy Vegetable Tempura; La Zi Ji With Coriander And Chilli Sauce; Yam Phak Krob; Steamed Cod; Pepper Lobster. You have a varied choice. Pick what you like best. If you are new to South-East Asian cooking, turn to the staff, they are ever-ready to help you with their knowledge.
EEST kitchen has a separate sushi Masterchef Senthila Imsong. She with her smile and the swirl of her knife reflects her flair in a variety of sushis like California Rolls, Maki, Uramaki, Nigiri, Temaki and Futo maki.
For desserts, try EEST specialities – Green tea ice-cream, hot crispy red bean pancake or Sticky rice with vanilla ice-cream and mango sauce, banana pudding or baked coconut egg custard.
EEST serves a lunch buffet on all days of the week. However dinner buffets are served from Thursday to Saturday. EEST being one of the finest dining destinations for South-East Asian food remains crowded. Visit BookyourTable for reservations.