Right at the entrance, a long sushi bar with special lighting and a wall with the image of a dragon – one of the four divine creatures in Japanese mythology – welcomes diners. we are in the new ryoan a restaurant opened just over a month ago, in the Itaim district, in Sao Paulo.
The black tables and the modern atmosphere set the tone for what to expect on the menu: a mix of traditional Japanese dishes with an innovative twist.
managed by Evolve Management and Investment Fund managed by Lucca Badaró, the house offers an à la carte menu and an executive menu during the week.
Among the good options to share are the carpaccios – salmon belly (R$73), tuna tataki (R$39), and truffled edamame (R$24) -, the different pupunha tempura (R$28) or the very well seasoned and tasty mix of shitake and shimeji mushrooms (R$32).
Among the cold dishes, there is the set of sushi specials of the day that come to the table with 7 pieces, including shrimp and scallop (R$ 110); the uramaki ebi ten special of breaded shrimp topped with salmon slices, pasta and teriyaki sauce (R$ 48 – with 9 units); or the sashimi portions such as the scallop (R$70).
During the week, Ryoan has five options for executive menu served in 6 stages, with values ranging from R$ 85 to R$ 130.
Rua Leopoldo Couto de Magalhães, 524, Itaim Bibi – São Paulo – SP / Opening hours: Monday to Saturday, from 12 pm to 3 pm and from 7 pm to 11 pm. Executive lunch from Monday to Friday (except holidays), from 12:00 to 15:00.
Source: CNN Brasil