Minato restaurant features classic traditional Japanese dining spaces like a teppanyaki table, sushi bar and private tatami rooms, which enhances the authentic flavor of the complete dining experience. Minato features warm interiors and also minimalistic décor feature a warm and inviting tone to visitors. These striking factors make Minato a favored eatery of many Japanese locals and tourists alike.
The teppanyaki table at Minato is live daily, inviting guests to watch their meal being cooked; and the private tatami rooms provide a more intimate dining experience. Handcrafted sushi, sashimi, creamy broths and a host of other traditional Japanese dishes are served at this restaurant. Minato translates to “harbor,” and the Dubai Japanese restaurant is well-known to patrons.
Located at the Radisson Blu in Deira; Minato is very popular. This is one of the oldest hotels in the city and has restaurants that are impressive. This might not be one of the city’s hotspots but it does what it does very well indeed. Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Deira Creek is within walking distance of the Union Metro Station with access to the whole city, including the world’s tallest building,The Burj Khalifa and the world’s largest mall, Dubai Mall in just 15 minutes. When traveling to and from the airport, the Dubai International Airport is just 7 kilometers away from this upscale hotel. From authentic Japanese, Chinese and Persian cuisine to fresh seafood and confections, the choices at their on-site restaurants in Dubai satisfy any taste. Diners can host a business lunch in a private room, embark on a dinner cruise aboard the Al Mansour Dhow, or savor a late-night snack at the trendy YUM!
Lunch: 12:30 – 15:00 (Daily)
Dinner: 19:00 – 23:00 (Daily)
Photo courtesy: www.radissonblu.com
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