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Nikola Tesla to go with your sushi and steak

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Step inside Electric Garden and forget that you are at the heart of the BGC urban jungle.

An immersive environment inspired by the rainforest welcomes you, inviting you to leave your worries at the door and to simply enjoy a dining experience that combines cutting-edge technology and exquisite dishes – a true feast for the senses.

Funamori box

Start with the Dr. Nikola Tesla cocktail – a poison of choice that would have made the Serbian-American inventor proud. Made with Mezcal, stout syrup, lime juice, chocolate bitters, ginger beer and mint syrup. It is served in a wooden box lamp that lights up in an electrifying display.

There’s also the Dr. Oppenheimer made of gin, chamomile cordial, yuzu syrup, lemon juice, egg white and soda water, and two types of Harley Quinn: the red one with kakubin whiskey, lime juice, pineapple juice, dragon fruit puree, mango syrup and pineapple foam, and the white one with kakubin whisky, lemon juice, coconut, vanilla syrup, heavy cream and pineapple foam.

Gyu maki roll

For starters, the Gyu Maki Roll combines beef slices with avocado and cream cheese mayo, while the Fantasy Roll offers a delicious yet light combination of hamachi, salmon, shrimp tempura and mango.

There’s also the truffle mushroom served with sous vide egg, and the delectable grilled pepper and burrata with crab fat sambal aioli.

The soft-shell crab salad will pair well with the Pork Iberico Tomahawk, a hefty 700-gram beauty served with potato wedges, or the Porterhouse steak served with mashed potatoes.

Pork Iberico tomahawk

For those looking for a lighter choice of mains, there’s honey glazed chicken, furikake crusted sea bass with wasabi mashed potato, and oven baked turbot, while pasta and risotto choices include the ricotta tortellini with truffle, lobster pasta in creamy tomato sauce, and the lamb shank risotto.

Electric Garden also has private rooms for a more intimate dining experience. The Observatory Room, in particular, boasts of a seven-figure projector mapping technology whose only limit is one’s imagination.

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