KAIYŌ Restaurant & Bar opens new ground floor location at San Francisco’s Hyatt Place hotel

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA – KAIYŌ Restaurant & Bar has opened a new location in San Francisco following successful openings in Cow Hollow and the flagship rooftop bar. The new restaurant is located on the ground floor of the Hyatt Place Hotel in the same building as the rooftop just minutes from Oracle Park at 701 3rd St. Other concepts from owner John Park and Brick Hospitality Group in San Francisco include Cavana, Whitechapel, and Novela.

The new concept comes as Nikkei concepts continue to rise in popularity across the country. Nikkei celebrates the fusion between Japanese and Peruvian cuisine and was created by the diaspora living in South America. Guests will find delicious sauces that utilize Peruvian and Japanese flavors as well as plenty of meat, seafood, and vegan options to enjoy.

New Nikkei menu highlights include Anticucho de Lomo Fino, an A5 Wagyu Sando with Caviar made with Tonkatsu A5 miyazaki wagyu, toasted Japanese milk bread, caramelized onions, rocoto aioli, Kaluga caviar, and house-made pickles. Other dining options include a Scallop Mentaiko Udon, Ginger Pork Chop, and Churrasco Bone-in Ribeye. The menu will offer premium and gourmet options as well as affordable items.

“For the first time since the restaurant’s debut in 2018, I’m excited to share the complete KAIYŌ experience, with a new ground floor restaurant added to the beautiful rooftop bar, and an all-new menu that truly captures the essence of Peruvian Nikkei dining experience.” -Managing Partner John Park.

Food & Beverage Photos Credit: Anthony Parks

The new location will also feature an intimate sushi bar with Executive Sushi Chef Kenji Sawada (previously Sous Chef of Sushi at PABU Izakaya and Chef de Cuisine at Ozumo) featuring a la carte sashimi and nigiri options.

Photo Credit: Travis Mocker

Libations will also be important to the concept as with other locations. The bar menu is being curated by bar a new director, Danny Louie. The menu will include 6 new specialty house cocktails with a focus on Japanese whisky, rum, gin, and Pisco. There is also a selection of sake, wine and domestic and Japanese beers.

KAIYŌ in Cow Hollow will also transition later this spring to a Nikkei hand roll concept.

Reservations are available online at Resy and are recommended during busy hours. Find more information about KAIYŌ at kaiyosf.com.

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April 19, 2024 |

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