Japanese-Peruvian Restaurant Kaiyo Is Expanding in SoMa — Opening This Fall

Kaiyo introduces itself as "the food and drink experience of the Japanese journey in Peru." 
Japanese-Peruvian Restaurant Kaiyo Is Coming to SoMa — Opening This Fall
Photo: Official

The Japanese-Peruvian eatery Kaiyo is adding a second outpost in SoMa, planning to take over a 2,000-square-foot spot on the ground floor of Hyatt Place at 701 Third Street  the same hotel at which it has already planted a rooftop eatery and cocktail lounge.

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Boosting its presence in a neighborhood that boasts the Oracle Park stadium, the Moscone Convention Center, and various tech company headquarters, the eatery is destined to become a popular lunch spot and pre-event dinner destination alike.

For Bay Area residents who haven’t had a chance to visit Kaiyo’s existing Hyatt rooftop eatery, or its spot in Cow Hollow, Kaiyo introduces itself as “the food and drink experience of the Japanese journey in Peru.” 

On the menu, patrons can expect everything “from fresh ceviche and sashimi to grilled scallops and wagyu” — including tiradito, a Peruvian dish made of raw, sashimi-style fish, served in a flavorful sauce. 

Additionally, the eatery offers a truly expansive craft-cocktail program that “highlights Peruvian Pisco and Japanese whisky, elevating these regional contenders with daring spices, herbs, and fruits.”

Kaiyo SoMa is slated to open this fall. In the meantime, follow the eatery on Facebook and Instagram for additional updates. 

Photo: Official

Elise McCorkle

Elise McCorkle is a freelance writer for What Now Media Group. She is an alumna of The University of Texas at Austin and has experience working in the creative, advertising, and events industries. She is currently based in Lisbon, Portugal.
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