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Mimi Kakushi, Dubai’s favourite 1920s Osaka inspired dining destination, invites guests to expand and diversify their palate this Ramadan with new additions to the menu that combine the authentic flavours of Japan with a contemporary edge. With a warm and welcoming atmosphere, the venue pays homage to Japanese culture with eclectic culinary creations by Chef Vladimir Kim and Chef Gilles Bosquet – a kitchen with over 35 years of combined experience.

The limited-edition menu includes a refreshing grilled chicken supreme salad with a goma shiso dressing and shiitake chips as well as a crispy seabass wrapped in kataifi pastry, topped with sweet miso and wasabi apple salsa to begin. The entrés steal the show with a slow cooked lamb shank, cooked in a sweet chilli soy and karashi mustard sauce on a bed of crispy quinoa and yuzu tomato jam. For dessert, diners can relish a platter of exotic fruits with a rose drizzle, complemented with a vibrant selection of fruit sorbets.

True to its culinary and experiential ethos, Mimi Kakushi heightens dining experiences of guests with vibrant and unique flavour combinations of the East and the rhythm of West in a multi-sensory experience, set within a sophisticated ambience.

During the month of Ramadan, Mimi Kakushi will follow its regular operating hours: 6pm until 2am, throughout the week.

Source: The Qode