DIRECTOR’S CUT LAUNCHES ‘SIMPLY SUSHI’
~The Latest Japanese Culinary Experience In Town~
New Delhi, 16th
October, 2015: PVR
Director’s Cut today launches a new Japanese food brand –
SIMPLY SUSHI® curated by renowned Chef Yutaka Saito
who has worked earlier with MEGU at The Leela Palace New Delhi. Simply Sushi® serves
a versatile menu based on jet fresh ingredients imported directly from Japan
and produced with contemporary cooking techniques.
Simply Sushi offers a casual sushi counter menu that offers choices
of vegetarian and non-vegetarian appetizers, rolls, sashimi and nigiri designed
by Chef Saito and Executive Chef Mayank Tiwari. Presenting an array of authentic
flavours, Chef Saito has sourced all the Japanese ingredients that are closest
to the taste and aroma of the local produce.
Nestled between PVR Director’s Cut and Mistral, Simply Sushi has a
live counter wherein guests have an option to make your own sushis, select
ingredients and have it prepared right In front themselves.
“I am excited about this
concept that is designed both for the PVR Director’s Cut movie goers as well as
the general public.” said the Chef Yutaka Saito, the man at the
helm in the Simply Sushi kitchen. He added: “With Simply Sushi, we aim to
demonstrate that good quality Japanese food can also be popular and enjoyed in
casual settings, not necessarily in a five star hotel.”
Simply Sushi is a quick and an easy getaway for all the Japanese
food lovers who don’t have to be at Director’s Cut or Mistral to enjoy tasteful
Japanese cooking skill sets applied to a great array of authentic ingredients
imported directly from Japan.
Simply Sushi’s menu will also be available at Director’s Cut and
delivered inside the auditoriums in bento boxes, for ease of consumption by
moviegoers. The menu will also be available at Mistral and via our forthcoming
take away channel.
PVR is one of the largest and most premium
film and retail entertainment companies in India. Since its inception in 1997,
the brand has aimed to redefine the way people watch movies in India. PVR
currently operates a cinema circuit comprising 474 screens spread over 106
properties in 43 cities across India. The company acquired the Cinemax
properties in 2012 and currently serves 60 million patrons across India. PVR
has entered the World Economic Forum’s List of Fastest-Growing Global Growth
information, please refer to the PVR website:
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