MGM to bring Nikkei restaurant to Macau
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MGM China has announced the first restaurant for its new integrated resort in Macau, MGM Cotai.
The new outlet, AJI, will offer the city’s first taste of Nikkei cuisine – a fusion of Japanese and Peruvian influences – and will be launched in collaboration with celebrity chef Mitsuharu Tsumura.
The restaurant, which is expected to open in the fourth quarter of 2016, will feature a ceviche bar, hibachi grill and a Pisco bar, offering a selection of sakes, shochu and wines.
“With the opening of MGM Cotai on the horizon, we intend to introduce exclusive and fresh experiences to our international guests and locals,” said Hans Hordijk, MGM China’s vice president of food & beverage.
“We are honoured to have Chef Mitsuharu Tsumura on-board with us to kick-start a kaleidoscope of unparalleled gastronomic offerings at our new property. We anticipate the cuisine, now popular in the culinary capitals around the world, to become a smashing success in Macau as well.”
Chef Mitsuharu commented; “The countdown has started; soon you will be able to experience, for the first time in Asia, the magic, the flavours, and the distinctive character of my Nikkei Peruvian cuisine. This amazing new food trend brings together two countries, Peru and Japan. It’s an honor and a pleasure to be part of this project with MGM. Get ready to experience the Nikkei world of Peruvian cuisine.”
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