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Tuesday 17 July 2018
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Samurai still going strong

Executive chef Kenji Miura, left, events co-ordinator Kata Pelaez, marketing co-ordinator Nicolette Manchoon-B and general manager Jorge Guevara.

The Samurai Japanese restaurant at One Woodbrook Place, Woodbrook, celebrated yet another successful year with a wide range of sushi rolls and authentic dishes cooked on the spot.

Executive chef Kenji Miura, who has been there since Samurai’s inception, said: “I am excited that Samurai has celebrated it’s third anniversary and would like to extend my gratitude to our loyal customers. I will continue to ensure that we uphold the standard which you have come to appreciate and work hard to exceed your expectations. I look forward to greeting new customers this year who can enjoy the Samurai experience. Agigatou!”

Sou chefs Jareem Jeremiah, left, Zkarima Mohammed,
Akeim Campbell and Enil Medina.

General manager Jorge Guevara said: “The restaurant business is tricky, you have to treat your establishment like a baby, be there for it and care for it. You can’t leave it in the hands of someone else. No one will love it like you do.”

Chairman Joe Pires, who was out of the country for the celebration but sent his greetings said: “Three years is a milestone for all restaurants and we are happy that our customers have kept us in business for this long and we look forward to serving more Japanese cuisine in the coming years.”

He added that as the only restaurant in TT with an authentic Japanese chef, Samurai continues to offer unique quality sushi and steak and strives to ensure that customers have an enjoyable meal.

Sweet Corn and Yakiniku Beef Steak.

With the Teppanyaki grills and new food introductions coming in the next year Pires said they intend to be the best authentic Japanese cuisine in the Caribbean.

Patrons were mesmerised with wide range of sushi rolls, and other dishes including Japanese barbecue baby back ribs, Yakiniku Beef Steak and sweet corn, vegan twist, tongo tuna, sea blast, teriyaki chicken, California Roll and Hanzo Rolls.



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