Try traditional Japanese food at a unique pop-up at Brown’s Hotel in January.
Chef Daisuke Hayashi will be showcasing his country’s Kaiseki dishes, even adding the finishing touches in front of guests’ eyes.
He is sure to cook up a storm when he takes up his residency at Brown’s Hotel’s from January 28 to February 8.
Hayashi, who trained as a chef from the age of 18, is at the forefront of a new generation of Japanese chefs.
His multi-course meals feature fresh, seasonal produce.
But for anyone who finds they can’t get enough of his food, Hayashi is opening his own new restaurant, Roketsu, in Mayfair in spring 2020.
The dining experience at Brown’s is designed to be intimate and exclusive in nature. There will be only limited seats available each evening.
Guests will be treated to an elevated tasting menu created by Chef Hayashi.
Diners can even enjoy watching as Hayashi finishes their food right in front of them.
The evening culminates with an organic, stone milled, single-varietal matcha tea.
Plus, a full drinks menu will be available, including sake and Japanese beers.
Brown’s historic oak-panelled Drawing Room and world-renowned afternoon tea complement the design of Roketsu.
For Hayashi’s new restaurant will transform a small section of Mayfair into a traditional Japanese tea room steeped in heritage.
Bookings for the Japanese pop-up will open from January 6.
To register your interest in advance, please contact Martina Rumanova – firstname.lastname@example.org