Metro People: Brother-sister duo start restaurant

Metro People: Brother-sister duo start restaurant

Apeksha Kamath and Krish Nayak are the brains behind the much-talked-about Japanese, Korean and Thai restaurant ‘Taiki’.

Styled in modernist Japanese architecture, the narrow long space at ‘Taiki’ is transformed into a cosy and warm space with the use of mirror walls and skylights that add to the warmth and overall ambiance.

Each dish on the menu at this restaurant is associated with many stories and delightful experiences that the brother-sister duo has carefully sifted through to create it. 

The siblings admit that their fascination towards different cuisines led them to open the restaurant.

“There are not many restaurants in Bengaluru that provide authentic Korean, Japanese and Thai food. This prompted us to come up with the restaurant,” says Apeksha Kamath.

‘Taiki’ which started in December 2018, has received a lot of appreciation from Bengalureans in just one year. Featuring dishes from Japanese noodle bars to street Thai food, the place offers food from many other parts of Asia.

“We source our ingredients directly from the respective countries. We like to keep the authenticity of these dishes,” adds Apeksha.  Krish presently lives in London and visits the hotel when in India while Apeksha looks after the restaurant full time.

The brother-sister duo are first-time entrepreneurs and have thus set an example for all the young kids in town. 

The restaurant is located on 100 Feet Road, Indiranagar. 
Timings: Weekdays: 12pm to 11pm
Weekends:  11am to 11:30pm