Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurants in Australia are struggling with government restrictions that only allow takeaway services, shutting down the dine-in side of businesses. We have seen some restaurants quickly adapt to these challenges by coming up with innovative and creative ideas to manage the situation through lockdown and keep customers happy.
The team behind Brisbane’s famous premium casual restaurant brand, Motto Motto Japanese and Brisbane hospitality stalwart and fine-diner Sono Japanese Restaurant, has launched a brand new at-home meal kit brand called Kyoto, which has ambitious plans to bring the “Kyoto” concept to supermarkets and grocers.
Kyoto is Australia’s first premium at home Japanese meal brand that offers a delicious range of curries and ramens including karaage chicken curry. All recipes were created by Ryuji Tomihara, Motto Motto’s executive chef and the ramens include a pre-prepared 12-hour-cooked ramen broth ensuring dine-in quality food.
Dishes are available on Kyoto’s newly created website where customers can order their choice of meal kits, and get them delivered straight to their doorstep. Customers can also benefit from free delivery on orders over $50.
Motto Motto is not just different, they are innovative and focused on disrupting the casual dining space with a unique offering and healthy food. The Japanese-inspired brand has become increasingly popular since its inception in 2014 and now has eight motto-awesome kitchens across Queensland and New South Wales including new locations that opened earlier this year.
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