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Cherry Blossom Festival at Minato until 30th April 2012

April 01st - 30th 2012: The Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Deira Creek’s authentic Japanese restaurant, Minato, celebrates the Cherry Blossom Festival with the arrival of spring featuring a delicious set menu for only AED 190 per person!

Visit Minato, from April 01st until 30th 2012, to celebrate the finest Japanese cuisine in authentic surroundings and unequalled hospitality which has made the restaurant a connoisseur’s choice for over a successful decade.

True Japanese tradition will arise this month to celebrate the Cherry Blossom Festival, by offering all diners traditional dishes specially prepared by Japanese Chef De Cuisine - Chef Nakagawa, available on the menu for lunch and dinner.

For this special occasion, Chef Nakagawa presents a traditionally festive spring special menu for only AED 190 per person available for lunch and dinner, featuring Three Kinds of Sushi Balls for appetizers, Smoked Salmon Salad, Japanese Clear Soup with Seaweed and Bamboo Shots, a fried delicacy of Sakura Ebi Kakiage and Prawn Tempura, a selection of Teppanyaki featuring Japanese Wagyu Hamburger with Daikon Orosh, Grilled Prawn with Wasabi Mayo, Grilled Scallop with Sakura Sauce and a delicious Daihuku Ice Cream with Red Beans dessert and many more dishes that are available on the menu!
 
Come and celebrate the Cherry Blossom festival at Minato and experience true Japanese flavour.
Whatever you might chose, you can be sure of one thing- the food and service is second to none!


Open daily for lunch and dinner. For more information or for bookings, please call the
Information Centre on 04- 205 7333

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