Kayto launches at Jumeirah Al Naseem

The pop-up will feature Peruvian and Japanese cuisine

Kayto features Peruvian and Japanese cuisine known as Nikkei
Kayto features Peruvian and Japanese cuisine known as Nikkei

Jumeirah Al Naseem has launched a pop-up called Kayto, which features Peruvian and Japanese cuisine, also known as Nikkei.

With a menu by Japanese-Argentinian chef, Cristian Goya, the pop-up that is open for lunch and dinner serves Peruvian-Nikkei flavours and a selection of Japanese-inspired cocktails, mocktails and sake, crafted by an in-house mixologist.

The dining venue houses an outdoor seating area offering views of the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah as well as a live DJ set six days a week.

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Dishes served at the eatery will include ceviche, sushi nigiri and rolls, miso caramelised eggplant, saikyo miso black cod and espresso glace.

The eatery’s chief culinary officer, Michael Ellis said: "Positioned with unrivalled views of one of Dubai's most famed icons, the distinctive flavours of the dishes curated by chef Cristian, complemented by a vibrant atmosphere, friendly staff and culinary expertise, makes this a truly unique experience, and one to watch in Dubai. "

The Kayto pop–up will be open until May 2020.

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