Michelin star Yoshi goes outdoors on a summer night

Fans of Yoshi will take the famous Japanese restaurant of the Metropole Hotel to the roof terrace of Karl Lagerfeld’s Odyssey during the summer so you can enjoy your favorite Michelin-starred cuisine by the pool. ..

Yoshi, a cozy dining room on the ground floor of Hotel Metropole Monte Carlo, has been awarded a Michelin star “in honor of Japanese cuisine with the best ingredients and perfect techniques,” according to a coveted guide. It is the only Japanese restaurant in Monaco and the French Riviera that has received such acclaim.

Chef Takeo Yamazaki (14 years) and his team are experts in picturesque nigiri, maki, sashimi, teppanyaki fish and meat dishes, and carefully serve the finest sake, whiskey, and Japanese tea. I’m cooking. Chosen by the head sommelier.

Today, chefs bring their talents to the rooftop kitchen to prepare traditional dishes for guests to enjoy. Outdoor With a swimming pool terrace and a charming setting created by world-renowned fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld.

Photo by Odyssey Terrace, Metropole Hotel

“The decision to take Yoshi to the Odyssey was Outdoor A gastronomic offer, “said Sergeuetuin, General Manager of Hotel Metropole Monte Carlo. Monaco life.. “After consulting with chefs Christoph Kusak, Takeo Yamazaki, and the catering team, we decided to meet our customers’ needs.”

With giant palm trees, wisteria cascades and subtle tones of jasmine, the terraces and gardens form a true oasis in the heart of Monte Carlo. A relaxing place to spend the night with refreshing and light Japanese cuisine.

Shrimp Shinjo, one of the chef’s representative dishes. Photo courtesy of Studio Phenix

During the press event on Wednesday 22ndnd In June, Chef Takeo Yamazaki’s signature dish, Ebi Shinjo – a kelp consomme with light and flavorful shrimp balls. Omakase – A selection of sushi and sashimi. Sablefish – Perfectly roasted black cod marinated for 72 hours and served with foliage with warm miso.

All materials, all creations, all plates are of exceptional quality. With each course, there is a delicious surprise.

Next to each dish, a high-class sake “Dasai 21” has appeared. It turns out that this number represents the degree to which the rice has been milled or milled. Therefore, in Dai 21, only 21% of the rice grains are actually used because the rice grains are so polished. The smaller the number, the finer the grain of rice and the higher the quality of sake.

Shake by Yoshi, Photo courtesy of: Metropole Hotel

On the rooftop is the Odyssey, which has been a hotel fixture since 2013, traditionally led by chef Christoph Kusak and his Mediterranean menu. The Odyssey Terrace Restaurant is open from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm during the day.

“Since the opening on the 17thth In June, we were almost full every night, “Etuin reveals. “Guests love to access this fascinating environment created by Karl Lagerfeld, and are also grateful for the food at this oasis in the heart of Monte Carlo.

Lagerfeld would have been very proud that Yoshi was founded in the place he created, as Yoshi was the best Japanese restaurant in Europe. “

Odyssey Yoshi is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm until the end of September.

Click on the gallery below to see more photos of Yoshi’s Monaco Life in Odyssey …

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