There’s a foam cocktail party at Yukie’s Snack Bar, Mr Miyagi’s sassy mistress-next-door
Yukies Snack Bar at Mr Miyagi has approached cocktail making the same way as they have Japanese dining; with a crazy-but-it-works twist.
Three new ‘Foam Party’ cocktails have been added to their drinks menu which is already top-to-toe with unique cocktail recipes, sake, premium imported and boutique spirits and craft beers.
Pull up a seat at Yukie’s Snack Bar for a pre-dinner drink and take your pick of the three good-lookin’ foamies, Pink Fluff, Nut Job and Passionfruit Pillow.
Hot the on the tailcoats of the Nutella-everything craze of the moment is the Nut Job, a drink made from Rumchata and Frangelico with a salted Nutella foam.
Pink Fluff might be your thing if vanilla, vodka, lemon and lychee with strawberry foam tickles your fancy.
But if getting a pash is high on your agenda for the night, order a Passionfruit Pillow instead. It’s a flirty little concoction of rum, Cointreau and citrus finished with a passionfruit and white chocolate foam. Let that linger on your lips and see how the night turns out (wink wink)!
Mr. Miyagi’s sassy mistress Yukie’s Snack Bar launched in January 2016, in the space next door, as an extension to the restaurant. However, Yukie has her own distinct character and promises delicious drinks, tasty bar snacks and tongue-in-cheek good times.
The bar is designed to serve as a venue for those looking for a pre-dinner cocktail but is also a perfect place to settle in for a long night of bar side beats, delicious snacks and fun, creative cocktails.
Yukie’s serves up new dishes in addition to favourites from the Mr. Miyagi menu.
The cheeky neon signs and sexy mood lighting set a tone that’s perfect for long-overdue catch ups with friends or flirting over foamies with your date.
If your gang is more than six people strong, book into one of the private booths next door (these book out quickly so do call ahead) for the full Mr Miyagi experience where you can overeat and blow the foam off your cocktails in private.
If you’re in the city and hankering after a Japanese cocktail experience, try a Geisha’s Kiss at Tetsujin
Yukis Snack Bar at Mr Miyagi
99 Chapel St, Windsor