Michael Lewis and Steven Haigh partnered to create KYU in Miami, with the idea of combining a relaxed and informal atmosphere with elegant touches. It arrived to Mexico City on Masaryk, in a space that has multiple floors and a private room, a terrace with a retractable roof and artwork by Andrew Antonaccio. The menu offers Asian dishes from various countries such as Korea, Japan, Thailand and China, ranging from fish to meats, vegetables and other seafood.
Korean, Japanese, Thai and Chinese cuisine / Outstanding design
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baby back ribs, short rib and Mom's coconut cake
roasted cauliflower, goat cheese, herbs and shishito vinaigrette; salad (avocado, homemade feta cheese hecho lemon, ginger); spinaches with Thai coconut cream, grilled broccoli with ginger, Korean mint and more
- Reservation: Not necessary, can be done at OpenTable
- COVID Standards
- Open Spaces
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Environmental Actions Waste is separated and they use biodegradable packaging. They have a special dish in the menu, 1% of the yearly sales from it are donated to non-profit environmental foundations. Participation in the reforestation of 2.5 acres of Mexican forests each year. As their kitchen relies on firewood, they work with Reforestamos México to obtain certified sustainable lumber.
Open spaces: indoor terrace
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