Minami Yaletown Opening Party #GOMinami
“I think that a great experience is the best value a restaurant can offer – When we combine both great food and great service, it creates an amazing atmosphere in the restaurant. You can’t have one without the other. Our atmosphere will encompass both. We work as a team to create the best guest experiences possible. I truly believe a great restaurant offers its guests the chance to use all their 5 senses, and for staff to act as one entity in order to develop relationships to a degree of mutual respect and trust” – Seigo Nakamura, owner of Miku and Minami.
Minami Yaletown, the younger sister of Miku restaurant, had its official opening party yesterday. The restaurant features a bar lounge, dining area, two private rooms and a large patio.
Minami doesn’t want to be another Japanese restaurant – it wants to combine Japanese style food with Canadian content to create an original flavour that will inspire and surprise its guests. Ingredients such as foie gras and truffles can be found in their signature dishes.
Some of the dishes featured yesterday, included Miku’s famous abiru salmon oshi oshi roll, Washu beef carpaccio, spicy pork gyoza, ebi, fritters, soba noodle salads and an assortment of their famous sushi, to name a few. Their regular menu includes lunch, dinner and bar bites items.
Minami offers an extensive and inspired bar menu created by noted barman Barman Shaun Layton. It includes the sake spritzer, a concoction made of sake, with Aperol and lychee spritz.
the hospitality was outstanding. Welcome to the neighbourhood, Minami. We are glad to have you.