Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and what better way to celebrate this special occasion with your loved one than to enjoy an exquisite dining experience at Miku. During February 13th and 14th, join us for our exclusive six course menu, inspired by the romantic season. Indulge in our famous Aburi sushi, delectable Kaiseki Zensai appetizer platter, […]
Our newest feature dessert is the Green Apple Matcha Bavarois, and it comes as the final course of our current feature Miku Zen lunch (available until Feb 12th).
Crafted with delicate layers of matcha sponge, granny smith apple gelée, chocolate-jasmine tea cream, and matcha bavarois, this delectable treat is paired with our tart mango-passion fruit sorbet for a refreshing finish.
What better way to try Aburi cuisine than to order a Miku course menu? Each course is meticulously crafted and include a taste of our appetizers, seafood, hot entrees, signature Aburi sushi, and dessert. If you haven’t tried Miku before, this is the way to go. We have also just launched our new feature course menus for the season, the Feature Zen for lunch and Kaisen Kaiseki for dinner. These menus will be available for a limited time only from January 13 – February 12.
THOUGHTFUL JAPANESE DINING
Miku Restaurant introduces modern take on traditional Japanese Kaiseki Experience the nuances of traditional Japanese multi-course dining as Coal Harbour’s Miku Restaurant introduces three Kaiseki-inspired menus. Considered an art form, Kaiseki combines meticulous preparation, beautiful presentation, and an air of mystery in one memorable meal.
“We wanted to build something entirely new and fresh,” explains Seigo Nakamura, owner of Aburi Restaurants Canada Ltd. “Ori, yet still reminiscent of the Kaiseki tradition that evokes the spirit of celebration. Diners will delight in each bite as they discover what is in the special Arita dishes, course-after-course. By doing this, we hope to add another dimension to Miku dining and have memories linger after a thoughtful meal.”
Balancing taste, texture and appearance, Miku’s three Kaiseki options, Shokai ($68), Kaisen ($88) and Aburi ($118), are served on handcrafted Japanese Arita plates meant to enrich the presentation by tying in to its seasonal theme. The Aburi menu, specifically explores a variety of global flavours that go beyond Miku’s signature menu items.
An experience that is as surprising as it is fun; guests begin the Kaiseki experience by opening up the Arita-plated first course (Kaiseki Zenzai) to enjoy something new and igniting their palates for what is to come. Guests can expect unique dishes such as scallops with yuzu puttanesca, kaisen temari, and beef carpaccio with jalapeno-garlic ponzu.
The Arita plates were selected to complement Miku’s dishes because of their bold colours, asymmetrical design, and use of high-quality Japanese porcelain. Named after the founding town, the plates assist in telling the Kaiseki story.
For more information and photos visit our Kaiseki Feature Page.
Don’t forget, Father’s Day is this Sunday, and we are featuring a Surf ‘N Turf special. For $40, enjoy a grilled 6oz flat iron steak and an Aburi 4oz Maritime Lobster Tail with roasted wild mushrooms, miso mayo, chimichurri, and a roasted red pepper-miso coulis. We recommend toasting that important man in your life with our signature sake flight for $19 too. Kanpai!
Call us to book a table at 604-568-3900.