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Niko brings Japanese flair to Cala Llonga

In a first for Cala Llonga, Niko will serve up Japanese haute cuisine accompanied by immersive shows and entertainment.

The Hyde and Mondrian Ibiza hotels’ latest culinary star, Niko is a ground-breaking culinary concept that looks set to draw discerning diners from far and wide. 

Starting Wednesday, 29 May, Niko blends the traditional art of Japanese cooking with innovative techniques using only the freshest local produce. 

Designed by the prestigious Cuarto Interior studio, Niko is a contemporary space that features the best of Japanese minimalism with touches of Mediterranean style, reflecting the recent evolution of gastronomy on Ibiza. Fans of show cooking will appreciate the sight of the restaurant’s expert chefs at work at its large sushi counter, creating each dish with meticulous craftsmanship and precision. 

Carefully combining the classic culinary techniques that characterise Japanese cooking and the finest ingredients, Niko’s menu offers a range of dishes designed to delight the senses. 

Continuing with the fusion of cultures, on 31 May, Niko will present an immersive show with its innovative Kyabaré concept that will feature live music. This event combines the vibrant tradition of mid-20th-century Japanese cabaret with exclusive performances by artists and contortionists every Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, starting in June. 

Meanwhile, Thursdays and Sundays are given over to a unique fusion of contemporary Balearic sounds with jazz under the concept of Kokoro Nights with DJ Shingon, who, on special occasions, will be accompanied by renowned singers and artists such as Mimi Barber, and many other surprise guests. 

Finally, in a first for the island, over the course of the summer, Niko and the Mexican restaurant CUYO will host a series of four-handed culinary events featuring some of the world's most renowned chefs under the prestigious The 50 Best brand. The first of these events will take place at Niko the 21st of June with a collaboration between Chef Pam, Asia's top female chef and the head chef at Bangkok-based, Michelin-starred restaurant Potong, who has received multiple international accolades.

This cutting-edge venture will appeal to all those who appreciate the chance to savour Japanese fusion food in a spectacular, front line setting.

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