Meeting an ever-growing demand for modern Japanese cuisine,
KaiZen will specialize in healthy, simple dishes made from fresh
organic produce and meats provided by local area farmers.
dishes are designed to be a counterpoint to KaiZen's extensive
selection of premium artisan hot and cold sakes.
is moderate to compete with other well-known, high-end Japanese
restaurants. Lunch specials will range from $10-20, while
dinner entrees will be in the $15 - $25 range.
many restaurants KaiZen will offer breakfast, lunch and dinner
as well as late-night snacks for the "downtown lounge
crowd" taking full advantage of an underserved market.
addition to traditional Japanese fare -- sushi, sashimi, teriyaki
dishes, and tempura -- KaiZen will offer hand-crafted organic
bakery products (including traditional rice crackers freshly
baked in a small automated oven), hand-crafted tofu dishes
(including desserts) and "fusion dishes" that combine
flavors and techniques from a global palette.