The food philosophy at KOMEYUI is to use the freshest possible ingredients, matching with authentic Japanese cooking style that brings out their best qualities.
Rice here is cooked in a “Hagama” – a traditional cast iron pot that maintains rice’s natural flavour unlike any modern cooker.
The meanings behind the name and logo of
KOMEYUI JAPANESE RESTAURANT:
Symbolises a traditional Japanese group meal where family and friends gather together and sit around the table on which there is a large hotpot and a tray of rice dishes including gohan (steam rice),
and side dishes such as natto (fermented cooked soya beans), temaki (hand-rolled sushi), yakizakana (grilled fish) and miso soup.
Rice, the mainstay of the Japanese diet.