The word fine dining has always been heard in many of the western restaurants. But do you know that it is also available in Japanese restaurants too?

Japanese are very particular in their food freshness and taste. Hence they have also adopted the fine dining concept into their foods too.

This is because they emphasize to eat their foods fresh. If possible immediately after it is prepared.

HANARE, a premium Japanese restaurant located in Intermark Mall offers an authentic Japanese cuisine, catering specially to the desires of discerning customers who appreciates authentic Japanese cuisine with special emphasis on quality and freshness.

HANARE Master Sushi Chef Akira Yonomoto cutting fresh fish carefully

HANARE Master Sushi Chef Akira Yonomoto cutting fresh fish carefully

HANARE provides some of the best and freshest seafood air flown direct from Japan depending on the season’s specialty offering too. They even have a dedicated staff at Tsujiki Market to personally hand picked the seafoods for them.

Favourites such as the divine Hon Maguro (Fresh Blue Fin Tuna), the rare cut of Tai (Fresh Red Snapper), Nama Awabi ( Fresh Abalone ) and other choice seafood depending on its season will be imported direct from Tokyo’s famous Tsukiji fish market twice a week to give its visitors that unique flavor and dining experience.

HANARE offers 4 types of fine dining sets and below are 2 of the recommended sets;

KIKU Fine Dining Set

Kiku fine dining set will starts with its Seaweed with Wasabi appetizer followed by its special steamed egg custard (Cawan Mushi) with Truffle (a seasonal topping). Once you are done, here goes it’s main dish 7 pieces of Nigiri Sushi (the rice has been made just nice to be melt in your mouth together with the sashimi) and followed by it’s Red Miso with Clam Soup Akadashi. Finally it’s dessert Green Tea Pudding with Vanilla Ice Cream.

Kiku Appetizer - Seaweed with Wasabi

Kiku Appetizer – Seaweed with Wasabi

Kiku Steamed Egg Custard with Seasonal Topping (Troffe)

Kiku Steamed Egg Custard with Seasonal Topping (Truffle)

Kiku 7 Pieces of Nigiri Sushi

Kiku 7 Pieces of Nigiri Sushi

Kiku Akadashi - Red Miso with Clam

Kiku Akadashi – Red Miso with Clam

Kiku Dessert - Green Tea Pudding with Vanilla Ice Cream

Kiku Dessert – Green Tea Pudding with Vanilla Ice Cream

HIBIKI Fine Dining Set

Hibiki fine dining set is a higher range set than Kiku set. This set will starts with its Octopus Wasabi appetizer followed by it’s 4 kind of Sashimi. Once you are done with its fresh and delicious sashimi, you will be served with 2 Chef Specialty dish; Baked Oyster with Cheese followed by Ice Fish Tempura.

The main dish; 6 pieces of Nigiri Sushi will be served right after the above dishes followed by its Clear Soup with Clam and sweet Japanese Pear as it’s dessert.

Hibiki Appetizer - Octopus Wasabi

Hibiki Appetizer – Octopus Wasabi

Hibiki Assorted 4 Kinds of Sashimi

Hibiki Assorted 4 Kinds of Sashimi

Hibiki Chef Specialty - Baked Oyster with Cheese

Hibiki Chef Specialty – Baked Oyster with Cheese

Hibiki Chef Specialy - Ice Fish Tempura

Hibiki Chef Specialty – Ice Fish Tempura

Hibiki 6 Pieces of Nigiri Sushi

Hibiki 6 Pieces of Nigiri Sushi

Hibiki Akadashi - Clear Soup with Clam

Hibiki Akadashi – Clear Soup with Clam

Hibiki Dessert - Japanese Pear

Hibiki Dessert – Japanese Pear

Not only is HANARE known for their fresh seafood, they also have a separate section of the menu for omakase-style meals. What makes HANARE different is the fact that they offer seasonal products such as sea urchin as well and all these were personally handpicked by HANARE’s staff who is based in Tsukiji Market, Tokyo.

To know more about HANARE foods, visit https://www.facebook.com/HanareJapaneseRestaurant/

Taeki's hobby is to write lifestyle pieces according to his own style. He loves foods and tech stuffs! If there is any foods or tech reviews, you can count Taeki in!

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