Chef Takashi Miyazaki brings the first kappou-style and kaiseki restaurant to Ireland and wins with it a Michelin star in the 2019 Michelin guide for UK & Ireland.
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Takashi Miyazaki’s culinary career began at a 5-star hotel in Fukuoka, a city in the southern part of Japan. Chef Miyazaki trained extensively in fusion teppanyaki cooking, travelling across Japan to learn different regional cuisines with a strong desire to experiment.
In 2008, Chef Miyazaki left Japan for the Emerald Isle. As the first cherry blossoms opened in 2015, so did his celebrated Japanese takeaway called simply Miyazaki in Cork City. Word spread about Miyazaki’s signature dashi as plans were afoot to create a showcase restaurant for his treasure box of Japanese food, using the best of Irish seasonal ingredients, so Ichigo Ichie, a fine dining restaurant was born.
Ichigo Ichie, for the first time, brings a kappou-style fine dining Japanese restaurant to Ireland. Ichigo Ichie roughly translates as 'once in a lifetime' and is a marriage between Japanese techniques with Irish ingredients, which Miyazaki serves from his chef’s counter with skill and minimal intervention.
A kaiseki multi-course tasting menu with elaborately prepared dishes that represent the seasons.