At the Pullman Hotel in Aerocity – Honk is a bisutro-style speciality restaurant showcasing culinary influences from around Asia.The food is inspired by street-style cuisine, you could find on a Vietnamese street market or a Thai food stall. Honk is a Pan – Asian restaurant in Pullman, Aerocity which is catering all the Asian food needs to the city.
The restaurant is spacious and has a lot of natural light coming in during the day. At night, there is this perfect amount of light to read the menu and enjoy a undisturbed meal. The presentation and décor are distinctly organic, invoking the farm-style food of the region.
They have a very extensive and striking wine menu to choose from. But, if you are more of cocktail person then you will not be disappointed. They have a variety of drink to choose from. If you are skipping liquor then I suggest you go for kaffir lime with watermelon.
What’s On My Table?
The menu has been carefully curated to showcase culinary influences from the diverse regions of Asia, primarily Chinese and Japanese with a glimpse of Thai, Singaporean & Vietnamese.
We started with Kakiage roll, which was crisp and fresh. We ate the assorted platter of Dumplings which included mushroom and corn Dumplings. We moved on to a platter of vegetarian sushi which was great but corn dim sum was little let down. Though Mushroom dumpling really stood out.
For the mains, don’t miss out on Thai basil rice and Mapu tofu.The Thai rice was well cooked and well-balanced flavours and went well with mouth melting tofu. In noodles, go for Hakka noodles and complement with Mushroom and asparagus. Take a moment to praise the cutlery used in honk, each piece of chopsticks is handmade and asymmetrical hand-made crockery, and the innovative twists they give their dishes.
Don’t miss out on The Caramel Chocolate & Peanut Parfait, a dramatic dessert with a pour-over of hot chocolate sauce on a chocolate sphere, revealing a praline-peanut butter parfait with a caramel base. Stunning.