Yamamori restaurants are the home of Japanese cuisine in Dublin. Combining the freshest local ingredients with authentic cooking techniques, Yamamori restaurants offer an experience for everyone.
The first Japanese restaurant in Dublin, Yamamori Noodles provides an authentic cultural experience with an exclusive range of premium Japanese sake, beer, and cocktails.
Yamamori Izakaya combines oriental décor with original architecture and urban soul. Downstairs is the Japanese style drinking house, serving small Japanese tapas dishes (Japas), the famous Izakaya cocktails, and plenty of Japanese whiskeys, beers and sake.
Yamamori Sushi has four different dining areas, including the heated and covered Bamboo garden, perfect for dining al fresco. Take in the authentic collection of 19th century Japanese and Samurai artefacts and steal some cooking tips from the talented chefs in the open plan kitchen.
Yamamori Tengu is a hidden gem at the back of Yamamori Sushi. Enjoy the impressive selection of rare Japanese whiskeys and beer, delicious Japanese nibbles over a game of ping pong and the infamous Sweet and Spicy cocktails.
With offerings to suit everyone’s needs, Yamamori restaurants are perfect for group events with private options available in all the venues.
Yamamori is perfect for any special occasion including a great work night out and they are giving you the chance to treat your colleagues.
The prize is a €300 voucher to be used in any of the Yamamori Restaurants.
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– Closing date for entries is midnight 31st March 2016
– Overall winner(s) will be announced at 10pm on 1st April 2016
– Entrants must be over 18 years of age
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The winner is ….Alice Shanahan