Japanese cuisine flawlessly crafted for your palate

12 July, 2018 | Kyoto Garden Sushi in Cape Town should be in your local little black book.

Kyoto Garden Sushi sea urchin from Spain, lobster from Maine and deep-sea scallops

Uni (sea urchin) from Spain, lobster from Maine and deep-sea scallops from Japan.

This shrine to Japanese cuisine offers much more than sushi and sashimi. Fresh seafood is the speciality, with no net unturned in sourcing top-quality, unusual ingredients from around the world – from farmed abalone to Mozambican conch, eel and even Alaskan king crab, deep-sea scallops and wild salmon.

The space is warm and minimally decorated, with Pennsylvania-born Scott Wood, the hands-on owner, ensuring his diners are treated to the ultimate guest experience.

Kyoto’s 2018 Tasting Menu for Two (six courses) includes only the finest ingredients from all the four corners of the globe that are treated with the respect they deserve by the team of chefs.

Visit kyotogardensushict.com for more details.

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