Boca and Delray are getting a tasty infusion of Asian eating places thanks to a few stellar manufacturers increasing into the realm.
Delray Seaside’s hottest new omakase simply opened a brand new location in Boca Raton. The chef counter expertise will run you $200, however you’ll not stroll out hungry. The 20-course menu options the very best high quality fish and components, and the cooks will make you are feeling snug and relaxed all through your culinary journey.
1658 N. Federal Freeway, Boca Raton; 561/213-2351; takiomakase.com
Sushi by Bou
The noteworthy model will quickly land in Boca. With 14 places all through the nation, Sushi by Bou will carry its well-known omakase expertise to native diners subsequent month. Taking on the previous AlleyCat location (that not too long ago moved to the previous Insurgent Home location), the restaurant invitations friends to a 60-minute omakase that features 12 programs for $60 and 17 programs for $125. Founder and chef David Bouhadana is a Boca native who additionally owns Sundown Sushi on Federal Freeway and is chef Eric Baker’s associate in AlleyCat Izakaya.
409 S.E. Mizner Blvd., Boca Raton; sushibybou.com
Yakitori Sushi Home
One in all East Boca’s favourite sushi eating places has expanded into west Delray. Yakitori Sushi Home is now open on the Tuscany Shoppes and is serving up its signature dishes from the robata grill alongside its well-known rolls, sashimi and entrées. That is the fifth idea for hospitality veterans Tina Wang and Chef Jason Zheng, who additionally personal Coco Sushi Lounge and Bar in Delray and Saiko-I Lounge and Hibachi in Boca.
7959 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray Seaside 561/501-6391; yakitoridelray.com
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