The chef leads the kitchen at the Michelin-starred restaurant Yamazato in Amsterdam
The dinner series “Reach for the Stars Asian Edition”, dedicated to Japanese cuisine, ends in style on October 15 with guest chef Masanori Tomikawa preparing a “unique gastronomic experience” alongside resident chefs António Muniz and Diogo Ribeiro at Vila Vita Parc’s Mizu Teppanyaki restaurant.
With decades of experience, the Japanese chef leads the kitchen at the Michelin-starred restaurant Yamazato at the Okura Hotel Amsterdam, where his work is distinguished by an emphasis on the “purity of seasonal and traditional Japanese ingredients, presenting minimalist dishes that are the perfect balance of flavour, texture, appearance and colour”.
These characteristics, combined with the “creative approach and high quality ingredients of Mizu Teppanyaki’s team of chefs, will provide an unforgettable journey for all Japanese food lovers and foodies in general”.
The dinner starts at 7pm, with a tasting menu for €155 per person and the possibility to have a pairing of wine and sake for an additional €95 pp.
This set of dinners focused on Japanese cuisine – Reach for the Stars Asia Edition – is part of the programme dedicated to gastronomy in the context of Vila Vita Parc’s 30th anniversary celebrations.
The resort’s festive programme included “30 weeks filled with 30 exceptional events, spanning art, culture, wellness and lifestyle, to celebrate the resort’s continued innovation and creative vision, qualities that have made it a highly respected and leading player on the global luxury travel scene over the past three decades”.
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