Foodlink launches home-delivery brand 'AI JAPANESE KITCHEN'
Foodlink launches home-delivery brand 'AI JAPANESE KITCHEN'

Due to the lockdown, home deliveries have got a lot of traction for the lack of dine-in options and regulation on celebrations, however, the loyal clients of Foodlink expressed how they miss the authentic experience of Japanese Food, which is known to be one of the stars of Foodlink’s uber-luxury events.

Hence Ai (pronounced as I) was born in spirit purely out of the love of our discerning patrons, their love of Japanese Cuisine, and Foodlink.

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Ai is curated to satiate Japanese food cravings offering an irresistible menu selection available in ‘Ready to Eat’ and ‘Do It Yourself’ formats delivered to your doorstep.

“Through this time of global crisis, the one thing that has kept us all going is love and encouragement from family, colleagues, and guests. We wanted Ai to be a testimony of this love. Ai means love in Japanese; it’s born out of the love of our patrons and through Ai we reciprocate the feeling through our food. Love grows when we share it and Foodlink believes in spreading love through our food”, shares Sanjay Vazirani, CMD Foodlink F&B Holdings Pvt. Ltd.

Ai offers an innovative menu with a plethora of vegetarian offerings including bespoke and custom dishes suitable for vegans, health enthusiasts, and ones with any specific religious or dietary requirements.

Despite the odds of the current on-going pandemic, Ai is proud to have started with immense support and a phenomenal response from the patrons. Foodlink has currently rolled it out only in Mumbai to make available the finer tastes from the land of the rising sun for the discerning Indian Palate. The orders have to be placed 48 Hours prior with a minimum order value of 4000 Rs. 

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“Japanese food tradition is as much about the preparation and presentation as it is the food itself. A great deal of thought goes into every item served. While people think of only four annual seasons, we consider dozens of seasons and carefully select ingredients that are in their prime with flavors that represent that specific period. Simplicity is the Key… Simple flavors with top quality ingredients.” adds Chef Sadik Khan, the super-specialist of Japanese Culinary Art.


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