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Chef Carlos Leyva and his team have given the menu at Hiroshi gourmet Japanese restaurant located at Hotel Mousai a delicious refresh, including some mouth-watering new dishes to go alongside the restaurant’s existing favorites. “We have added an even greater variety of flavors, building on our previous menu,” declares Chef Carlos Leyva “responding to the comments and preferences of our clients as well as reflecting the latests trends in fine Japanese cuisine.”
Omakase – Chef’s Selection
One of the first additions to mention is that the new menu at Hiroshi will officially feature the option to choose Omakase, which is the Japanese tradition in which diners allow their meal to consist of dishes chosen by the chef. Omakase is also the name of the gourmet culinary festival that is taking place throughout June which invites four renowned chefs from some of the most distinguished sushi restaurants in the United States, to serve a special menu to guests dining at the venue on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights during the month of June. For more information about Omakase – A chef’s table experience, click here.
The updated menu at Hiroshi presents several exciting new sushi rolls and more vegetarian options including the Yasai with creamy tofu, avocado, mango, carrot and coriander and the Veggie Maki with beet, cilantro, cucumber, carrot and avocado.
When it comes to sashimi, a larger variety of fresh fish and meat will be available including catch of the day, salmon, tuna, hamachi and scallops. The wide range of sauces which are served with these fresh choices differentiate the new menu from the old.
There are also some scrumptious hot dishes that have been added to the offerings such as a tempting seafood Udon Soup, luscious Dynamite Scallops served with spicy cream sauce and the delightful Sautéed Crab with watermelon, serrano pepper and eel sauce.
The Signature Dishes on the Hiroshi menu remain an excellent place to start when selecting your meal, featuring items including the Shiitake Salmon with risotto and the Aji Kobe medallions prepared in aji panca amarillito sauce. The Crispy Wrap, which is an involtini filled with shrimp and chicken served in bonito broth, is one of the top recommendations amongst Hiroshi’s Signature Dishes.
When Chef Leyva set out to revitalize Hiroshi’s menu, he was mindful of retaining the existing dishes that proved to be menu favorites, including standards such as Miso Soup, Edamame, Seafood and Vegetable Dumplings, a variety of Nigiris and the Mexican Roll.
With the new menu, you can still delight in all of your favorite Japanese delicacies and try something fresh and different to entice your taste buds.