The Catch (Seafood)
The Catch is an Izakaya-style restaurant that specializes in contemporary Japanese cuisine. They serve the finest fish and seafood because they import it by themselves. Enjoy precious raw fish as sashimi, poke and sushi or go for dishes grilled over the robatayaki. The term itself explains a way of cooking food over hot charcoal similar to barbecue, that is inherited from northern Japanese fishermen. It’s a centuries-old country style of making meals. Robatayaki itself is a wide, flat, open fireplace. This place offers meat, fish and veggies from the robata. You are also welcome to discover popular Japanese fast food such as bowls, tempura and karaage. The carefully selected beverages to compliment and enhance the palette. The best way to get an impression of the food is to order everything to share.
When building the catch we drew inspiration from wabi-sabi. A Japanese worldview centered on the love or imperfection and history of things. Characteristics of the wabi-sabi aesthetic include asymmetry, roughness, simplicity, austerity and modesty, as well as an appreciation of natural shapes, materials and processes. The interior therefore embraces techniques such as shou sugi ban (wood burning) and kintsugi (repairing broken pottery with touches of gold). To hint at modern day Tokyo, this place integrates neon lighting and mang-inspired features. More