Bonsai Pan Asian Kitchen, located at Khayaban-e-Nishat Road, was thrilled to introduce a range of freshly conceptualized sushi, exclusive to the restaurant. Top chefs were recognized at the event; Mr Imran Jamil, Mr Saqib and Mr Jamil. Bonsai offers a wide variety of delicious dishes on the menu however, the sushi assortments wins by a mile.
The biggest sushi platter was first made in the Norwegian Pavilion of Shanghai with an astonishing number of 5814 pieces (2011). This makes Pakistan take the third position on the global list making the largest sushi platter with a remarkable count of 3000 pieces. This included sushi, sashimi, bonsai rolls, maki and nigri.
Sushi sure is an acquired taste and witnessing a growth in that sector, we spotted some serious sushi lovers at the event, namely Shehzad Roy, Sunita Marshall, Hasan Ahmed, Zurrain Imam, Chef Shameera, Momal Sheikh, Jaffer Hasan, and many others. A perfect start to the weekend.
Mr. Afaq Chandna, the Co-Owner of Bonsai Pan Asian Kitchen, while sharing his thoughts, said; ‘Bonsai is not just a Pan Asian restaurant, it is an idea – an idea to change the way people dine in Karachi. We want to provide people a place, which is accessible yet secluded, with ample parking, a larger than life ambiance and comfortable seating, yet not compromising on the privacy of our guests. And last but not the least, it is not just about providing Japanese, Chinese and Thai cuisine under one roof, but to provide the best Japanese, Thai and Chinese cuisine. We are honored and feel privileged to have some of the best chefs in Karachi, helping us to create this magic every day.’