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Kindly note that at this time, Yukashi only offers counter seating to ensure an intimate and immersive dining experience. Reservations are required for all seating, and we encourage you to book in advance to secure your spot at our coveted counter.
The restaurant is the brainchild of local entrepreneurs Matthew Simpson (Chef) and Jasmine Lee (General Manager). Partners in business and in life since 2007.
To further their knowledge of the Hospitality industry they made their way to Downtown Toronto, where they were able to hone their crafts working in upscale and well-known restaurants for nine years. The end goal was always assured though, that they would come back to the town that gave them their start and help bring a special space to the place that they grew up.
As you make your way inside, you will be met with warm wood, lush plant life and funky art deco accents. We want this space to feel as though you are stepping into our home and we welcome you all to Come Over for Dinner.
Please note - OpenTable reservations are for INDOOR tables only. If you would like to reserve a seat/seats at our bar, a table on our patio, or for groups over 4 people - please call us during business hours at 289-252-0227, or email us at email@example.com. Alternatively, you can leave us a note on your reservation to request the patio, and we will do our best to accommodate you.
What started as a vision of a cool, welcoming spot in the heart of Muskoka was then explored, researched and fine-tuned by TOBEN Hospitality Group owners Toben Kochman, Elana Kochman and Ryan Feldman. After putting their heads together and harmonizing their ideas, they arrived at The Pearl.
The Dinner Menu at the Pearl continuously evolves and focuses on communal eats in the form of small & large share plates or "tapas". It is the perfect atmosphere for guests to disconnect from their day and reconnect with one another.
Enjoy an innovative dining experience like no other, routed in sustainability and local terroir.
We are open indoors in our modern dining room & outside on our cosy back patio located on Dominion Lane Wednesday-Saturday for dinner. S&V Masterclass is held on Sunday afternoons. Check our website for tickets.
Our monthly Supper Club tasting events are held the first Thursday of every month, tickets can be found by visiting our website at www.svuptown.ca
We can't wait to host you!
Visit our rejuvenated dining room & experience the best Waterloo Region has to offer. Chef Kyle and his team have been dreaming of ways to excite your palate! From Wagyu beef to the freshest fish & local produce, to our multi-course Tasting Menu, we are thrilled to have you back. Benoit, our restaurant manager, continues to build a wonderful selection of wines from around the world, with particular love for France. Wine pairing is offered with our Tasting Menu or just chose from our consignment focused wine list. Most of our wines are unique to our venue.
Theme nights are offered every two weeks on Wednesday's. These fun & flavour filled nights create an experience that will take you away from France to Mexico to Italy. Our theme nights are available for you every other week on Wednesday's.
We look forward to your visit!
Staff & Man
When seated at the bar, our barman Albert Han and his apprentice Fei will create unforgettable cocktails for you, tailored exactly to your tastes. It will be the best hour of your day.
Join us in our lounge to experience our signature cocktails, taste some whiskies or have a glass of wine paired expertly with our culinary offerings, prepared by the finest chefs in Toronto.
Reserve your spot today.
For parties of 8 guests or more, please call for reservations.
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