Omakase is a Japanese ‘phrase’ that means ‘I will leave it up to you’. The phrase is appropriate for Kojin because, at Kojin, guests give the chef the freedom to choose the dishes, including the ingredients in order to serve only the best food. Not only that, the Chef will directly convey the philosophy and history behind the menu that he serves. The experience becomes even more exciting as the Chef creates the dishes directly in front of each guest, which allows for a great guest/chef interaction. Kojin thoughtfully presents this as an “Intimate Dining Experience”, making it a meal that will always be remembered.
For guests who want to learn how to cook using the Teppanyaki method, Kojin offers an additional experience, namely the Teppanyaki Cooking Class. “Many guests are interested in the philosophy of the dish that the Chef serves here. More than that, the guests ‘appreciatingly’ want to learn how to cook using this Teppanyaki method. Therefore, Kojin provides Teppanyaki Cooking Classes. The chef provides both theoretical and practical knowledge, of course, and in fun ways,” explains Mitha Marlina – Marketing Communication of Ini Vie Hospitality.
It is hardly surprising then, that with all the exciting dishes and experiences offered at Kojin, this restaurant is one of the most sought-after restaurants in Ubud.