Origami Reviews and Ratings - Indiranagar, Bengaluru
by Protik Das
The restaurant is at the top floor. The interiors resembles Japanese decor. It's average though. The menu have some Chinese cuisines as well. They'll serve the food with chopsticks. Some items might not be available in late evenings.
Located on the roof top of the Himalayan Inn. A wonderful light and airy place decorated with wood and kimonos under a Kerala style roof with Windows all around. I ordered a daily meal for 350 rs exclusive. Taxes. A miso soup was served which I loved with plenty seaweed and tofu and it tasted real wonderful. Mains was a bowl of sticky rice, ginger fried pork with fried onions, a side of sesame spinach, some two pieces eggfry roll and a small heap of white radish. I cannot say anything about authenticity but the food was absolutely delicious and fresh plus nicely presented. To me it looked like Japanese home style. Not fatty, not oily, not fried. My friend ordered a one bowl dish (katsu don) and got a huge bowl of food. Service was good and not intimidating. Go: for a worth its money lunch in a very soothing environment Don't: if you expect sushi. They do not serve that.
Expect basmati rice in your overpriced "Japanese" rice bowl without warning, and count on that to ruin your entire appetite. Save you time, skip this place, and go to Harima instead.
by Anitha Nayak
A lovely, airy rooftop place with home style Japanese food to offer. I had the the Tori no Karaage (batter fried, boneless tender chicken pieces), the chicken was flavourful, juicy & well spiced. The Yaki Udon 🍜 was delightful as well, loved the flavours, it is a must try! This dish has some fancy drama to it.. 😀.. wish I could post the video here 😬!
by Azon Linhares
Didn't find this place authentic. Don't go there expecting Japanese food. Ended up eating Tibetan food after this meal at the restaurant on the ground floor.