Jumeirah Al Naseem's Summersalt launches Japanese pop-up
Umi Shio, meaning 'sea salt' in Japanese, has been launched by Japanese-Argentinian chef Cristian Goya
Summersalt at Jumeirah Al Naseem has launched a Japanese fusion pop-up concept, Umi Shio, created by the venue's Japanese-Argentinian chef, Cristian Goya.
Umi Shio serves a fusion of Japanese and South American flavours, alongside Japanese-inspired cocktails, mocktails, and varieties of sake.
Sharing dishes is encouraged, and the menu includes dishes such as roasted langoustines in a sweet and sour sauce and miso caramelised eggplant, seabass ceviche, salmon tataki, and more.
The restaurant can cater for up to 90 diners both inside and outside, and also has a separate shisha lounge.