Kaori surrounded in a cutting-edge, 360-degree cinematography projection. Broken through by vivid 360-degree projections of art — both still and moving — that make your experience entertaining before the food even comes out. Kaori is a marriage of food and technology – temperature, scents, projections and ultimately, trickery of the mind and palate. This 360-degree […]
Doral Magazine KAORI BY WALTER MARTINO Prepare to go on a dining adventure unlike any other at Miami’s latest revolutionary Journey of The Senses by Chef Walter Martino. Guests will be spellbound by the surroundings: 360-degree cinematography walls paired with magnetic music. Italian and Japanese in uences fuse to create pioneering and stunning dishes crafted […]
Thrillist All of the restaurants on this list are now part of our ongoing quest to find this year’s best new restaurants in America, and we’re combing through every opening in every Thrillist city. Get involved on Instagram — #BestRest2016 — to let us know your picks and your favorite dishes at each of these […]
Today we launch our new KAORI Blog! Behind the scenes, our team has been working hard to bring you the best foodie experience possible. Plus, we would like to use this blogging format to interact, create, and explore with you all. We hope you stay tuned to our first real post. Please share with us what topics you […]
Boca Magazine If ever there were Seven Wonders of the Culinary World, the seven courses of the Journey of the Senses Explorer tasting menu at Kaori by Walter Martino(1250 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 786/805-6006) would comprise the whole list. Each course was more extravagant than the next—featuring Italian and Japanese elements in the most innovative […]
south florida Italian chef Walter Martino, dubbed the “Million Dollar Chef” for selling one of his custom-designed plates adorned in gold and diamonds to the prince of Dubai for one million euros, has unveiled his very first restaurant in Brickell.
abc10 Florida tourism is red-hot. In 2015, the Sunshine State welcomed more than 100 million visitors, a U.S. record. Many of them visit in March and April, for spring break, baseball spring training or the chance to escape northern climes before winter’s grip lets go. USA TODAY’s Ashley Day, James Riley and Nancy Trejos look […]