A bird's eye view of Jumeirah Al Naseem in Dubai.
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DUBAI – Celebrated for its stunning beachfront location and unique dining experiences, Jumeirah Al Naseem is showcasing the exotic blend of Peruvian and Japanese cuisine known as “Nikkei” with the launch of its new popup, KAYTO.
With a menu by Japanese-Argentinian Chef Cristian Goya, KAYTO pop-up is open for lunch and dinner, serving Peruvian-Nikkei flavours alongside a selection of Japanese-inspired cocktails, mocktails and varieties of Sake, crafted by an in-house mixologist.
A place to discover and be discovered in, KAYTO impresses guests with its refreshed décor in a soft nude colour palette, secluded outdoor seating areas and spectacular views of the ever-iconic Burj Al Arab Jumeirah.
The stunning sunset setting is paired with the upbeat sounds of a live DJ set six days a week, creating an effortlessly cool atmosphere.
Designed to embrace sharing, Chef Cristian’s innovative new menu featuring everything from fresh ceviche, special sushi nigiri and rolls, to robust meat dishes, showcases authentic flavours of Japan and South America such as miso, yuzu, truffle and lime.
To begin, guests can enjoy the likes of Roasted Langoustines in a Sweet and Sour sauce and Miso Caramelized Eggplant, followed by expertly prepared Crudo and signature dishes such as Saikyo Miso Black Cod, Australian Wagyu Beef Tataki and Corn-Fed Chicken Breast with Truffle Teriyaki sauce. Further celebrating Peruvian-Nikkei, desserts will include a selection of mochi, cheesecake brûlée served with Mandarin sorbet or espresso glace.
Speaking about the concept, Chief Culinary Officer Michael Ellis said: “The distinctive flavours of the dishes curated by Chef Cristian, complemented by a vibrant atmosphere, friendly staff and culinary expertise, makes this a truly unique experience, and one to watch in Dubai.” PR
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