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山里 Yamazato

021 6415 1111
Mon 11:30 ~ 14:30, 17:30 ~ 22:00
Tue 11:30 ~ 14:30, 17:30 ~ 22:00
Wed 11:30 ~ 14:30, 17:30 ~ 22:00
Thu 11:30 ~ 14:30, 17:30 ~ 22:00
Fri 11:30 ~ 14:30, 17:30 ~ 22:00
Sat 11:30 ~ 14:30, 17:30 ~ 22:00
Sun 11:30 ~ 14:30, 17:30 ~ 22:00
Takes Reservations
Accepts Credit Cards

Yamazato is representing Japanese cuisine on the second floor of the prestigious Okura Garden Hotel. In a modern space that boldly fuses glass with the Japanese style of abundant blond wood and bamboo, the kaiseki cuisine that weaves together seasonal ingredients with master craftsmanship and the various delicately flavored Japanese dishes are all popular with Japanese people living in Shanghai as well as local Chinese people.

021 6415 1111
周一 11:30 ~ 14:30, 17:30 ~ 22:00
周二 11:30 ~ 14:30, 17:30 ~ 22:00
周三 11:30 ~ 14:30, 17:30 ~ 22:00
周四 11:30 ~ 14:30, 17:30 ~ 22:00
周五 11:30 ~ 14:30, 17:30 ~ 22:00
周六 11:30 ~ 14:30, 17:30 ~ 22:00
周日 11:30 ~ 14:30, 17:30 ~ 22:00


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The kaiseki cuisine, made with lots of safe and secure Japanese ingredients, presents a variety of delicate dishes created from seasonal fresh ingredients and master craftsmanship, and allows you to enjoy a multitude of gourmet food. Seasonal ingredients are purchased from such places as Hokkaido, Nagasaki, Kagoshima, and Ehime. The purchased fish changes according to the time of year, giving a sense of the seasons, and the recommended cooking method changes too, so that it may be served as sashimi, baked, boiled, steamed, and so on, depending on the condition or the fatty quality of the ingredients.

Sukiyaki Beef Hotpot is a famous menu item unique to Yamazato in Shanghai. High-quality beef is not grilled but flavored with a specially made sukiyaki sauce and then heated briefly, and it is characterized by how the umami flavor and sweetness seem to melt from the meat through the vegetables, creating a gem that can only be experienced here.

Also popular is the original Personal Chef service, introduced in the spring of 2016, in which the head chef himself cooks in front of customers (reservation required). When taking the reservation, the restaurant will ask such details as the age and gender of the customers, the purpose of the gathering and any personal preferences before discussing the menu. The content of what the chef displays varies to suit the interests of the customers, from dressing a massive chunk of tuna in front of you, to introducing how to prepare soup stock. And you can actually touch the dried bonito or sample different types of soup stock. This Personal Chef option is a great way to explain the rich variety of Japanese tastes, and to convey the ingredients, recipes, ways to eat, and other aspects of Japanese food culture.




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