Yoshi Monte Carlo

The Japanese restaurant Yoshi run by chef Takéo Yamazaki

YOSHI, the only Japanese restaurant in the world by Joël Robuchon, awarded with a Michelin star, presents a healthy and contemporary cuisine, run by Japanese chef Takéo Yamazaki who is starting his 10th year at the helm, under the aegis of Christophe Cussac. Graduated from the Hotel School of Osaka, he quickly joined the kitchens of the gourmet restaurant “Château Robuchon” in Japan before spending six months within Paul Bocuse’s brigade. After several experiences in France, he returned to Japan for the opening of l’Atelier de Joël Robuchon. He ended up being a part of all the openings of his mentor’s restaurants, from London to Hong-Kong through Monaco. 

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In 2008, Joël Robuchon asked Takeo to oversee the kitchen of YOSHI. Among its signature dishes are Ebi Shinho (shrimp dumpling with Kombu consommé) and Ghindara No Saikyo Yaki (marinated and delicately melted black cod). On a daily basis, Takeo mixes European and Asian flavours inspired by his travels around the world and comes up with new associations that he incorporates into his dishes. Nigiri, maki, sashimi, teppanyaki cooked fish and meat are accompanied by the best Japanese sakes and green teas. Sober and chic, the decoration is signed by the French interior designer Didier Gomez. The dining room and the sushi bar, accessible to only forty privileged guests, open onto a Japanese-inspired garden designed by the landscape architect Jacques Messin. Takéo has managed to make YOSHI the best Japanese restaurant in Monaco and the only one to have earned a Michelin star.o celebrate the 10 years of our Michelin starred Japanese restaurant YOSHI, the Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo adorns the colours of Japan from September 25th. 

On this occasion, Tsuyu Bridwell will exhibit her sculptural artwork ‘A wish on a wing’ within the Lobby Bar coupled with Japanese inspired floral decoration by Perrine Guyonnet alias Miss Rose by Perrine. When you arrive you will be immersed in a poetic, fragile and light universe through a visual meditative experience. Origami butterflies are the main symbolic of the art piece, that is fixed to nylon threads multiplied to infinity as if they were twirling through the air. The delicate and ephemeral work leaves room for imagination and reflection.

Upon request and in the company of Takéo Yamazaki, chef of Michelin-star awarded YOSHI, indulge in a privileged moment and discovery of the selection of the most beautiful Mediterranean fish. The chef will then open the doors to his kitchen for an exclusive class, followed by a Tasting Lunch, paired with exceptional wines and champagnes.

The tea house of the Japanese garden of Monaco will welcome an expert who will present the demonstration of this traditional art.

As part of the celebrations there are a series of events: 

Saturday 20th  October. 

The secrets of saké will be revealed, while having dinner, by a master sommelier who will propose the tasting of unprecedented nectars with Louis Robuchon-Abe.

Tuesday 23rd October 

Preview of unique artworks that will be sold by Christie’s on November 15th in Paris during the exhibition  Japonism celebrating the 160th anniversary of diplomatic relations between France and Japan.

Saturday 27th October

Children will be hosted during a Kabuki makeup workshop and discover this Japanese tradition while having a delicious gourmet break.

31st October 

Private visit of the Japanese Gardens of Monaco with landscape architect Master Beppu, who conceived the site. This green oasis is a mixture of traditional Japanese landscape and Mediterranean elements, result of a collaboration between Monegasque and Japanese gardeners, that offers an exotic trip in the land of the rising sun within the Principality. The immersion will continue for a lunch at YOSHI Restaurant on Wednesday 31st of October.

Thursday 8th November 

Workshop held by a Suntory Ambassador during a unique tasting of Pure Malts and Blended rare whiskeys during an exceptional dinner.

Wednesday 21st  November

Initiation to the ancestral delicate art of origami in the company of the artist Tsuyu Bridwell who will share the secrets of her technic followed by a gourmet break.

 

Restaurant YOSHI 

Open from Wednesday to Sunday, 12.15pm to 2.00pm for lunch and 7.30pm to 10.30pm for dinner.
Activities upon request; limited places

+377 93 15 15 33 – communication@metropole.com

 

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