A feast of traditional Japanese cuisine comes to Ballito

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Yori Oki restaurant celebrated an unofficial launch on Monday ahead of officially opening its doors to the public on Saturday at 6pm.

At the opening were Lorna and Nigel King.

Owned and operated by Ballito couple Tracy and Christos Konahos, the restaurant brings unique traditional Japanese fusion cuisine to Ballito, further expanding the impressive dining offerings available at Ballito Lifestyle Centre.

Leah and Brett Shone.

Even Japanese whiskeys grace the creative menu.

Ryan and Bronwyn Smith, Bruce and Jenny Rencken with Murray Loder.

“We created Yori Oki out of our love for Japanese food and culture, and to create a space where our guests can experience this authentic cuisine with a twist. Yori Oki means ‘bigger’, and this is evident in our sushi,” said owner, Christos Konahos.

Monique and Brett Delport.

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A feast of traditional Japanese cuisine comes to Ballito

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