Mei Ume Fusion
9th June 2017
Sino-Japanese fusion Restaurant Mei Ume has opened in the Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square.
The kitchen is led by head chef Tony Truong, previously of Royal China, alongside former Sake No Hana sushi chef Mun Seok Choi and dim sum chef Liang Kian Cheng.
The venue also features a private dining room for 14 guests and a sushi station. Mei Ume joins La Dame de Pic, a French restaurant that opened in the hotel in January, which marked the UK debut of chef Anne-Sophie Pic.
Signature dishes include crispy baby squid with salted eggs, stir-fried Dover sole with cloud ear mushroom, and celery-braised pork belly with crab, Hot Dinners reports. Kagoshima-sourced Wagyu beef is served with Japanese spicy barbecue or sake butter sauce. The cocktail menu has a similar fusion feel, with Taiwanese and Japanese sake, shochu and whisy.
12 Jun 2017 / George Shaw /
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