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Cinnabar Redd has something new for Oriental food buffs

THE TRADITIONAL Japanese charcoal grill yakitori at Cinnabar Redd, Pan Asian Bar & Kitchen (Road No.1, Banjara Hills, Tel: 55777733/44) has new offerings: Vegetable satay, Garlic fish steak and Lemon and chilli prawn skewers, to name a few. Likewise, the teppanyaki this time brings a wide choice for vegetarians and `make your own dish' options. Choose from healthful sprouts, tofu and baby corn, add a dash of black bean sauce and some basil for these interesting experiments.

"We keep updating the menu at Fusion 9 every two months. Though you don't change oriental cuisine often, we applied the same concept to Cinnabar Redd. We have introduced new dishes across the Thai, Japanese and rest of the Oriental fare offered here such as Vegetable wantons, and Soya wine chilli lamb," says Shankar Krishnamurthy of Cinnabar Redd.

If you are a Far East food buff, you know where to go.

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