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Award-winning Japanese restaurant chain Kibou to open in Bristol

An award-winning Japanese restaurant and bar chain is opening its newest website in Bristol this autumn.

Kibou Japanese Kitchen & Bar, which has eating places in Cheltenham and London, is constant its fast enlargement with a launch in Clifton Village, within the constructing beforehand occupied by the Nettle & Rye pub on King’s Highway.

With a design that the house owners say will transport diners to the streets of Tokyo, Kibou will function frieze panel murals and projector animations depicting iconic Japanese life and avenue scenes created by Gloucestershire artist Martyna Sabadasz.

 

 

 

 

The 80-cover bar and restaurant might be set throughout two flooring and embrace a variety of intimate eating areas, a spacious lounge, a standalone marble decked bar and open sushi kitchen with excessive high seating.

The décor will deal with a variety of pure stone, wooden and marble finishes in opposition to a backdrop of conventional Japanese block print materials, neon signage and dramatic lighting. Outdoors, the terrace could have extra area for 20 covers.

As with Kibou’s Cheltenham and London websites, Japanese foliage will play an essential position all through the venue, with a community of iconic burgundy Japanese bushes and shrubs.

The menu will deal with Kibou’s signature sushi rolls, such because the Volcano Roll – salmon, avocado and tobiko futomaki, tempura fried and served with home sauce.

There can even be a variety of traditional and up to date Japanese dishes together with steaming bowls of ramen made with pork, rooster or vegan broth; freshly ready katsu curry, crisp tempura together with mushy shell crab, and a number of steamed bao buns and gyozas with a wide range of fillings.

A standalone bar will serve an formidable number of Japanese whisky and sake together with Japanese-brewed beers and signature Japanese-inspired cocktails.

Alex Main, managing director of the Scarlett Pub Firm, which owned Nettle & Rye, stated the supply made by Kibou to take the positioning on was too good to show down.

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