When looking for Japanese food to enjoy whether for lunch or dinner, Ryoshi is a must. The first Japanese restaurant to open in Bali 20 years ago takes the top spot in presenting patrons with delectable Japanese cuisine with its own signature twist. So satisfying indeed, the Ryoshi brand is now and will always be synonymous with the term “delicious”, “fresh”, “affordable” and “unique”.
You and your loved ones could dine at Ryoshi guilt-free and worry-free; everything served at Ryoshi and all of its brands undergo the strictest quality control while being GMO-free and MSG-free. Do try our personal favourites including the Edamame, Seaweed Salad with an Assortment of Sashimi and Sesame Dressing, Prawn Tempura, the 12-pieces Sushi Set and the Ahi Poke Salad and Ahi Poke Bowl with large juicy chunks of raw tuna atop a bed of fresh greens.
On your first bite you will notice that the Japanese food that you are enjoying comes with a slight pleasing twist – this is the result of Ryoshi’s creative local chefs who are constantly creating new and exciting creations that fuses with the traditional Japanese dishes to jazz up your Japanese dining experience.
Speaking of jazz, it is also noteworthy to know that Ryoshi is Bali’s first and only jazz club. The outlet prides itself with its internationally known jazz musicians and artists. It is a jazz pioneer in the island of Bali, and in fact, is the proud sponsor of the International Bali Jazz Festival that happens here once a year.
Ryoshi is everywhere south of the island; with the outlet in Seminyak being one of the biggest, it is also the only locale in Bali that offers Jazz Nights every week. It is a cozy outlet designed entirely of hardwood and stone, with relaxing mood lighting to accompany your awesome night out. The newest Ryoshi outlet was recently opened in Sanur while the outlet in Ubud features a charming garden concept. In Kuta, you’ll find a Ryoshi at the Mall Bali Galleria.
Ryoshi House of Jazz
Jln. Raya Seminyak No. 17 – Kuta – Bali – Indonesia
Telp. +62 361 731 152
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