From the talents of Chef Masaharu Morimoto in partnership with Montclair Hospitality Group, a new restaurant will be welcomed at the InterContinental Hotel – Bellevue at the Avenue located at 814 102nd Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98004, according to a press release shared with What Now Seattle.
The concept will be a luxury sushi dining experience, but no further details have yet been released.
Montclair Hospitality Group (MHG), created by Founder and Chief Business Officer Luck Sarabhayavanija in 2014, “is a chef driven, global hospitality company focused on curating the world’s leading dining concepts, restaurant brands and critically acclaimed culinary experiences.”
Chef Masaharu Morimoto is recognized by many from Iron Chef and Iron Chef America and is known for integrating both Western and Japanese ingredients into his dish creations with nineteen restaurants worldwide.
Sarabhayavanija commented in response to the collaboration, “This dream partnership with Chef Morimoto furthers MHG’s mission to collaborate with the world’s leading talent to provide our guests with extraordinary experiences. MHG will continue to build on this momentum creating exciting new brands, working alongside the best of the best in our industry!”
Joey Simons, MHG’s CEO said, “I am delighted to bring the partnership between MHG and Chef Morimoto to fruition and also with our partners at Fortress Development. MHG was chosen to execute the project among a who’s who of the hospitality world. Our commitment to excellence and our unique culinary talent gives MHG a heads-up among our peers. The sky is the limit as we continue our work with Chef Morimoto and the teams at Fortress and InterContinental Hotel – Bellevue at the Avenue.”
“I am thrilled with our new partners at MHG and the freedom of creativity the partnership brings. I am even more excited to now bring a Morimoto experience to Washington since opening Momosan in 2019. I am inspired by the classic beauty of the American North West and to be able to serve my take on contemporary Japanese cuisine to the discerning Bellevue community,” Morimoto concluded.