New Japanese-Peruvian restaurant opens in Adliya

Clay was designed by award-winning interior architect Tristan du Plessis

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A brand new Japanese-Peruvian restaurant has opened in Adliya.

Clay, which is on the fifth floor of the Terminal building, offers up Nikkei food, a fusion cuisine that sees Peruvian ingredients cooked in a Japanese style.

You’ll be able to try dishes including truffle kizami ceviche, maguro taco piqueos and wagyu parrillero maki, plus desserts such as miso brulee and yuzu cheesecake.

The bar also offers up some adventurous options, with mixed drinks created using flavours from Tokyo to Lima.

And if you love making your friends indescribably jealous by spamming social media with all the wonderful food you’ve been trying (and who doesn’t?), you’ll be pleased to know all of the dishes are designed to be Instagram-worthy, too.

The interior was designed by award-winning architect Tristan du Plessis, and inside you’ll find marble-topped tabled and plenty of foliage.

Speaking of the design, du Plessis said, “We wanted to create a luxurious but inviting restaurant capturing the essence of the intersection between Japanese and Peruvian cultures; a space designed to be engaging and emotive.”
Sun-Thu noon-1am; Fri-Sat noon-2am. Fifth Floor, The Terminal, Adliya (1755 4545).

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