Residents have a new Japanese restaurant in the heart of DIFC
Dubai, UAE- Newly-opened traditional Japanese restaurant, Hidemasa, is set to be the modern heartbeat of lively Dubai neighbourhood, DIFC. Created by and named after Multi Michelin Star Recipient, Hidemasa Yamamoto, the restaurant will be presenting an exclusive chef’s table hosted by the critically acclaimed Japanese expert on the 15th and 16th of June. For the first time ever, visitors will have a unique opportunity to be up close and personal with a world acclaimed chef.
Promising a delicious meal with only the freshest ingredients, diners can look forward to a one-of-a-kind experience with dishes such as: Soba Noodles Caviar with Virgin Olive Oil, Soy Dashi Broth as astarter, luscious Sashimi on Ice appetizer inclusive of Fatty Tuna, Akami, Botan Shrimp, Salmon, and a mouth-watering main platter of Marinated Black Cod and a selection of appetizing Sushi. Chef Yamamoto will end each evening with a show-stopping Green Tea Fondant Chocolat and Vanilla Ice Cream dessert. Attendees of the evening can enjoy the dinner for AED 1000 in addition to a paired special sake and wine package selection for AED 350.
With over 41 years of experience, Michelin Star Recipient Hidemasa Yamamoto has always had a passion for food. He began building the foundations of his craft at a young age, which led to him becoming the Executive Chef of The Ritz Carlton in Washington D.C. Following that, he had the honor of cooking for and serving three generations of American presidents, Ronald Reagan, George Bush, and Bill Clinton. In 2010, he was awarded the “Global Chef Award” from the World Gourmet Summit, who recognized him for his talents and excellent culinary skills. Yamamoto’s latest venture has brought his vision of true Japanese cuisine to Hidemasa in Dubai.
Hidemasa offers an authentic, multi-disciplinary Japanese fine-dining concept. The restaurant’s luxurious and fastidious interiors feature a carefully curated design inspired by authentic Japanese design. A vocal point of the venue is Hidemasa’s open sushi bar, and teppanyaki dining experience where diners can observe the chefs as they meticulously construct every delicious dish. The kitchen staff were trained for 15-years by Yamamoto himself, making them experts at their job while providing guests with the best gastronomic experience.
Impressively, Hidemasa is only a quarter of the unique Dolce concept, flanked by French-Mediterranean restaurant La Voile Rouge, Northern African concept Mamounia, as well as the Dolce Lounge and Nightclub.
With a sophisticated vibe and calming atmosphere, delectable dishes, and exciting beverage offerings, Hidemasa is set to serve guests the best, most authentic Japanese dining experience in the city.