Tsuki, a new Japanese restaurant, has opened its doors to the Steel City, combining the elegance of Tokyo along with the glamour of London and the freshest flavours from Yorkshire.
Based on West Street, Tsuki blends together the ancient Japanese culture, custom, techniques, food and drink, with a seamless interactive tech experience, over two restaurant levels.
The first of its kind in the UK, Tsuki uses pioneering touchscreen technology giving an easier and quicker way of ordering, with the advanced system allowing customers to tailor orders to their own tastes, allowing more time enjoying the exquisite-tasting food
As well as featuring a DJ booth at the venue, the restaurant also boasts the opportunity to watch the expert chefs cut, craft and roll Tsuki signature creations.
Additionally, the restaurant will be opening private dining rooms on the first floor, complete with traditional Japanese decoration, Tatami mats and Horigotatsu style seating.
Monika Rowczenio, Director at Tsuki, said: “We are delighted to be opening our first Tsuki in Sheffield. It’s a city full of life and culture, and therefore the perfect setting for Tsuki.
“Tsuki brings an exploration of Japan’s most delicious and evocative ways of eating. We are proud to bring Japanese-trained chefs as part of the Sheffield team, with the food and drink on the menus crafted to offer the best of both tradition and modern, blending what we feel is the perfect balance for this authentic Japanese experience.
“At Tsuki we were also keen to offer our customers a unique ordering system in line with modern culture and technology. So rather than the traditional menus, guests will be provided with tablets to order from. We are working to enhance the restaurant service, bringing technology and hospitality together to make a revolutionary experience for our customers.”