If you are a fan of the Aburi To-Go concepts from Aburi Restaurants Canada, you will love this. The group opens its first ever Aburi market, AKA a premium Japanese Washoku, in West Vancouver.
The market will offer patrons an expanded range of products already available at the two Aburi To-Go marketplaces in Vancouver (West Pender Street, Mainland Street) and much more.
Aburi Market, located at Marine Drive 1350 in West Vancouver in the Ambleside neighborhood of West Vancouver, will boast specialized dishes, seafood, craftsmanship, Japanese porcelain from Arita-yaki and imported goods from Japan that are hard to find .
For counters you can expect special seats for fresh sushi, bowls ordered, a sliced wagyu station and an upscale patisserie.
“Aburi Market is becoming a new kind of grocery experience,” explains Seigo Nakamura, founder and CEO of Aburi Restaurants Canada, “where people can visit, browse and learn to enjoy unique Japanese delicacies they may not already know.”
“We want our customers to feel comfortable when they shop in our market, and also feel safe trying new things. I am introducing even more offers from my home country to Canada. ”
The 4,000-square-foot space will also offer Abrui To-Go’s now-signature grab-n-go items and frozen meals.
Aburi Restaurant Canada has also commissioned Kyoto-based artist and visionary Hideki Kimura to create a range of home products for the market.
“There has certainly been a shift in consumer wants and needs over the last year and a half, and we at Aburi Restaurants Canada continue to innovate and create new ways for guests to discover and enjoy our brands,” adds Dean Harrison, spokesman. for Aburi Restaurants Canada.
“After debuting Aburi To-Go this spring, we created full steam ahead with our Aburi Market project. As always, we aim to add a modern and sophisticated touch to everything we do, while making our offerings accessible, interesting and delicious. ”
The new destination opens its doors this winter. We will keep you updated when an exact opening date is announced.
Address: 1350 Marine Drive, West Vancouver