Red fish and yakitori sushiMichelin Guide recipient Bib Gourmand by Michelin-starred chef Akmal Anuar, has added three house-made mocktails to its drinks menu.

The new refreshing and sparkling drinks called Hana, A Ni and Aperol spritz are created using fragrant ingredients unique to Southeast Asia.

Chef barista Chan Myae Aung explained, “Hana means flower in Japanese, number one in Korean, craft in Hawaiian, sparkle or gold in Maori. We named the new Hana mocktail because of its ingredients, Paraguayan lemon verbena leaf which gives a delicious citrus scent and flavor from the sweet grapefruit oil. When blended, it produces a light green-gold color, imparting a smooth, clean taste with a hint of bergamot and woody lemongrass, imparting a lingering freshness.

A Ni means red in the Burmese language and the spritz is a savory concoction of forest berries and peppermint, blowing a breath of fresh air for the senses. “The initial hit is sweet, tastes like strawberries and blueberries and the other ingredient, cranberry, adds a tantalizing flavor to the drink,” Chan adds.

Aperol is made from orange oil sweetened with mild prosecco and non-alcoholic Aperol and sparkling water. The spritz is available in craft bottles and priced at AED 40.

Goldfish Sushi & Yakitori, located at the Galleria Mall on Wasl Road, is open daily from noon to midnight. Diners can come in and enjoy these inventive mocktails, to be sipped indoors or on the newly opened terrace, as well as the award-winning selection of sushi, uni, yakitori and more.

Everyone can also enjoy artisanal food and drinks at home thanks to delivery by ordering on Chatfood via this link


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