Sushi at Take Authentic Japanese Cuisine.
Sushi at Take Authentic Japanese Cuisine.

KUTA, Bali (BPN) – Take Authentic Japanese Cuisine finally reopened on December 7, 2020. This is a great news for Japanese food lovers since Take is one of the best in serving Japanese authentic cuisine in Bali. The famous Japanese signature dining milieus will be back serving the best yet finest Teppanyaki in town.

The artistry of Executive Chef, Kiyofumi Okamoto, and his expert team are on full display as the kitchen combines the freshest imported ingredients to create delicious authentic Japanese flavor.

Chef Kiyofumi Okamoto.
Chef Kiyofumi Okamoto.

“We have hundreds of Japanese authentic and traditional cuisines on the menu. Take is also a well-known restaurant among Japanese expatriates in Bali and Surabaya who regularly come here,” said the Chef.

Anyone can go for an exceptional experience that the restaurant proudly featured, a robatayaki bar where customers can watch the chef compose, a Tepanyaki counter full of attraction, tatami room a cozy space for private fun function

The menu features time-honored classics rooted deeply in the Japanese traditions, as well as a collection of Sake to complement and elevate your Sushi or Sashimi and to create a memorable experience, together with friends, partners, and family.

Located in the heart of the entertaining area in Bali; Legian, Take, Authentic Japanese Cuisine is easy to discover. Enjoy a delightful authentic Japanese food experience as the restaurant’s ambiance is also warmly accented by traditional Japanese architectural and design concepts.

Take Japanese Cuisine was first opened in 1999 and now, they are ready to serve customers again. According to Theresia Hyasinta Hadianti, Asst. Marketing & Communications Manager TAKE Authentic Japanese Cuisine, the restaurant has also applied health protocols for both its staff and customers.

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“Currently we only open for 80 seats out of 180. This is to avoid crowds so that customers will feel more comfortable. We also have prepared a hand wash basin, and hand sanitizer and all of our staff use a face mask,” Theresia said.

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