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Admire, brilliant, given, artisan are Shoyo.
Shoyo, dependent on the context in which the word is used, has a ton of different meanings.
Admire, brilliant, given, artisan and master craftsmanship are a few meanings for Shoyo.
Shoyo 두 셰프를 소개합니다.
스 시 레 스 토 랑 | S H O Y O
EXECUTIVE CHEF Shin Kondo
CHEF / OWNER Jimmy Park
Shinichiro Kondo, “Shin”, was born in Nagoya, Japan.
He was the head sushi chef at the Nobu Las Vegas (Hard Rock) location,
and was also appointed as the Corporate Executive Chef of Nobu.
In this role, he was responsible for traveling all around the world mentoring
and training young sushi chefs, inspiring them to one day take his place
at future Nobu locations, worldwide.
He dedicated twenty years with the Nobu company.
He also has decades of Japanese restaurant experience in the NYC circuit
with all this experience Shin has truly honed in on his craft of food art.
Jimmy Park was born in Los Angeles, California and raised in Oahu, Hawaii.
Jimmy got his start in the restaurant industry when he completely immersed himself
in the field after dropping out of high school.
Moving from state to state, restaurant to restaurant,
Jimmy didn’t stop until he mastered whatever was thrown his way in the kitchen.
However, Jimmy’s skills didn’t get fully tested and refined until he started working with the Nobu companies.
He started out at Matsuhisa in Aspen, made his way to Nobu San Diego and from Nobu San Diego landed in Las Vegas.
In Vegas, Jimmy worked at Kabuto, a very respected omakase restaurant that solely focused on edomae style sushi.
From there Jimmy made his way back to Nobu, but this time at their Dallas location.
In Dallas, shortly after Nobu, Jimmy helped open two very popular and
well known restaurants on the Dallas scene, Pōk the Raw Bar and Nori the Handroll Bar.
Two restaurants he took immense pride in helping develop and cultivate from start to finish.
After all the experience he gained and all the time he dedicated to perfecting his craft,
Jimmy has finally decided to open his own restaurant, Shoyo.
This is Korea’s national flower, aka Rose of Sharon.
Like Chef Jimmy and the legacy that he continues to build,
the meaning of this national flower is sturdy, strong and resistant to the cold.
Chef Jimmy wanted a logo that not only represented
his Korean heritage but his life as well.
His philosophy on food is very simple,
“The food is the star.”
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