• 27-DEC-2017

Mizumi

Wynn Palace Mizumi Main Dining by Barbara Kraft
A modern expression of authentic Japanese Culture & Cuisine
 
Mizumi at Wynn Palace is proud to present truly authentic Japanese gourmet flavors and time honored cooking techniques in a contemporary setting. The restaurant embodies the spirit of Omotenashi, the essence of Japanese hospitality that means “to entertain and serve diners with your whole heart”. This sense of selfless service, placing the guest first and anticipating their needs, is the perfect mirror to Wynn’s commitment to a personal experience.
 
Led by a team of seven Japanese Master Chefs and using ingredients imported daily from Japan, diners can indulge in the delicious theatrics of sushi and teppanyaki, presented in one magnificent setting to take the essence of Japanese dining to new heights.
 
Connoisseurs will be delighted with an astonishing collection of Japanese beverages. Selected by the in-house Sake Sommelier with the assistance of the only Master of Wine in Japan recognized by The Institute of Masters of Wine, Mizumi’s collection of sakes includes an array of rare bottles, many unique in Macau and exclusive to Wynn Palace. A range of craft beers and handcrafted cocktails featuring small batch Japanese whiskies ensure there’s something for every taste.
 
This synthesis of traditional sensibilities and modern elements define the restaurant design, creating a clean, balanced atmosphere. Guests pass through a contemporary rock garden and enter a modern version of a Japanese courtyard, where a mix of natural, polished and lustrous materials, steel and glass, simultaneously reference age-old traditions and inspire new ones.
 
The main dining room’s focal point comes in the form of a gilded cherry tree sculpture that cycles through the four seasons in a brilliant display of light and color as guests dine around it. The two teppanyaki stations are each crowned with a dramatic orange lacquered hood.
 
The sanctuary of the three private dining rooms is brought to life with one wall stacked entirely from floor to ceiling with traditional tansu cabinets, with the remaining space enveloped in a distinct orange colored fabric. The elements come together to create not just a warm dining experience, but a memorable one.