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Miso Restaurant: For that Japanese, Thai culinary experience


Miso Restaurant

Miso Restaurant, the latest entry into the culinary business in Abuja has come with some distinctions in the hospitality experience.
In a highly competitive market environment, Miso understands clearly what it takes to capture the hearts of customers and it is already doing that within its few weeks of operation.
Located in the heart of Maitama district, Miso prides itself in the ability to blend Japanese, Tai and other continental cuisines for guests from across the world.
For a professional touch, chefs were sourced from within and outside Nigeria; each undergoing necessary training on quality taste and nutritional value of food.
Miso is designed to treat every individual uniquely. Little wonder it has become a bride to most Nigerians in its few weeks of operation.
Beyond quality dishes and good service delivery, the choice of 150 seating capacity restaurant on a roof top lounge area offers customers a breathtaking view of the city landscape and places the restaurant in a class of its own.
Pio Somassundarum is the Operation Manager, Trinity Hospitality Solutions Limited, owners of Serendib Restaurant and bar.

For him, Miso, the newest baby in the large family was specially conceived to give a different concept of food to Nigerians and foreigners.
Few weeks into service delivery, it is already a home to members of the diplomatic community, corporate world and everyone who wants to explore the best of Japanese and Tai cuisines.  
For the owners, Miso as a hospitality outfit is opened to every people, and every guest is deserving of a royal treat.

“Few weeks into operation, we are bold to say that patronage is encouraging. But more surprising is the level of acceptance by our Nigerians guests.
“This is because we are giving same taste as with the home country as confirmed by clients, particularly Nigerians who are travellers.”
Aside the presence of two Sri Lankan chefs, efforts are also made to source ingredients from home countries.   
“We also took pains to train additional Nigerian chefs to complement their Sri Lankan colleagues who perfectly understand the combination of ingredients needed to come out with the best.
Miso is equally set to thrill its customers at Valentine. According the Manager, February 14 promises a unique experience for families and friends at Miso.
“Certainly, we are moving towards becoming number in the hospitality industry in Abuja and we will remain in that position”, Somassundarum stated.
Serendib brand, with over 500 hotels worldwide recently berthed in Nigeria.

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