For The Love Of Japanese Food

July 14, 2016

 

Ryoshi is definitely the ultimate go-to for lovers of Japanese food in Bali. Despite  numerous other restaurants scattering the island offering authentic Japanese fare, Ryoshi remains unique, thanks to its philosophy of good food at great prices. Also, those who have frequented one of the brand’s many outlets would already be familiar with the restaurant’s distinctive menu offering seasonal tasty twists that come with every dish. With the outlet in Seminyak being one of the biggest, it is also the only locale that offers Jazz nights every Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Other Ryoshi outlets are located in some of the island’s most popular spots including Mall Bali Galleria, the Bali Garden Hotel in Kuta, the idyllic beach resort area of Sanur, and the capital of everything artistic and cultural, Ubud.

 

 

In keeping up with growing demands for delicious Japanese cuisine and in line with its plans to keep expanding, Ryoshi also has a new outlet at Park 23, a brand spanking new shopping mall located in the heart of Kuta. Not only does this make it convenient for fans to get to the nearest Ryoshi, you’ll also be delighted to know that each different Ryoshi branch comes with its own special menus and promotional packages. This month, the outlet at Park 23 is offering the Sashimi Combo, a mouthwatering raw platter made with only the freshest produce, free of any artificial colourings or preservatives. All meats and products served to customers of Ryoshi are locally produced with the exception of the Salmon, due to it being a cold-water fish species. Diners would also be at ease knowing that tofu products here are GMO-free, and all vegetables are also chemical-free and organic. The brand will also soon introduce free-range beef and pork at all its outlets in the near future. In Ubud, the restaurant is styled in the characteristic Japanese pavilion fashion, with an open concept and seating areas in the main room. You can also dine at one of the private outdoor bales overlooking a small pond in the restaurant’s garden. This outlet is special because only here can you try the famous Ryoshi Teppan Menu and the Yakiniku, an increasingly popular Korean BBQ style of dining that is perfect for two persons containing a variety of meats, vegetables, miso soup, rice and pickles. The Teppan menu offers grilled beef, seafood and vegetables, cooked on an iron griddle as well as Yaki Udon, Yaki Soba and Japanese Savoury Pancakes. The word teppanyaki is derived from teppan, which means iron plate, and yaki, which means grilled, broiled, or pan-fried.

 

 

After decades of continuously serving up delectable and enticing choices while strongly supporting the local farming and fishing community, Ryoshi will be celebrating its 20th birthday this August. Diners will be able to see a gradual healthier focus in the brand’s menus while enjoying the same beloved and delicious favourites that keep everyone coming back for more.

 

Ryoshi Bali – House of Jazz

Jln. Raya Seminyak No.17, Seminyak, Kuta, Bali 80361

Ph: +62 361 731152

www.ryoshibali.com