In the Press: End-of-Summer Chats and News with Yamamori
Taste the island
Yamamori is excited to take part in the Taste the Island Irish food and drink festival this Autumn.
About Taste the Island: “This autumn, we’re throwing open the doors to a food and drink celebration throughout the island of Ireland! Taste the Island will showcase the very best of Ireland’s food and drink culture. That means everything from restaurants and local craft food and drink producers to festivals and food trails and everything in between!”
Visit the Taste the Island Official Website
DUBLIN: A MELTING POT
(Brussels Research Group, 28 August 2019)
“Derek and Graham Ryan, Group Founder and Director of award-winning, Yamamori Group restaurants and bars, have firsthand witnessed the evolution of Dublin becoming a global melting pot. With nearly 25 years since the original restaurant’s opening, the Group now delivers unique culinary adventures across three thriving restaurants and bars in the city center that are recognized for their authentic Japanese dishes, excellent cocktails, hospitable service and fun atmosphere.”
Read the Interview on Brussels Research Group (BRG)
DUBLIN DINING GUIDE: GRAHAM RYAN – MANAGING DIRECTOR YAMAMORI
(Totally Dublin, 1 September 2019)
“As Yamamori gets set to mark twenty-five years in business, we recently caught up with MD Graham Ryan, to see what’s new at one of our favourite spots to eat in Dublin. He talks to us about his longstanding involvement with the company his father founded a quarter of a century ago and their ongoing commitment to Japanese food and culture.”
From the Interview: Can you tell us about the inspiration behind the food and drink on offer at Yamamori? What’s your own favourite item from the menu?
“Our inspiration and drive is to educate, Yamamori brought Japanese food to Dublin 25 years ago and we have added more dishes and authenticity to our offering as time moved on. We want to continue to do that along with improving ourselves and products. Finding the right quality products is a never ending journey.”
Read the full Interview on Totally Dublin