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In-House Dining Closed; Bento & To-Go Menu Available Daily except Monday
November 2020

 

As per Napa County guidelines, Kenzo Napa will close in-house dining following recommended COVID restrictions in Napa County, which restricts indoor dining. Reservations for future visits, up to 3 months in advance, are highly recommended. On behalf of Kenzo and Natsuko Tsujimoto, and management and staff, we appreciate your support and look forward to enjoying your company again as soon as we are able. Take-out options remain available daily except Mondays.

 

It is with great pleasure that Kenzo Napa announces plans to serve a very special menu in celebration of its 4th year of service. As a thank-you to treasured fans and friends, Chef Kenji Miyaishi has composed a Kaiseki menu with ingredients flown in from Japan - including the freshest Snow Crab, tilefish and spiny lobster, in addition to pouring Kenzo Estate's newly released "ren" Sparkling wine and unique sake. With limited seating, reservations should be made early: 5:30, 6 and 8pm seatings are available each night, with a maximum of 24 guests each evening on Friday, Nov 13, Saturday, Nov 14, and Sunday, Nov 15, 2020. Reserve by phone or OpenTable, on the reservations tab of KenzoNapa.com.

 

In a national report, author Amber Gibson quotes Kenzo Napa Chef Kenji Miyaishi and highlights the exciting new Bento box menu trend across the US.

 

Since 1979, Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report has been the professional go-to reference for exceptional experiences around the world. Read this month's coverage on Kenzo Estate and Kenzo Napa restaurant here, and subscribe to view their top-notch Napa Valley recommendations online at www.HideawayReport.com.

 

Wine Spectator shares a list of restaurants recommended as worth the travel, including Kenzo Napa and the to-go menu.

 

For the third consecutive year, Kenzo Napa is proud to receive the prestigious Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for its notable wine list. The magazine recognizes the restaurant's strong selections in California and French wines.

Kenzo Napa Announces To-Go Menu
April 15, 2020

For Immediate Release

Michelin Star Kenzo Napa Restaurant Announces Online Ordering for Take-Out Items

Kenzo Napa announces today a new, exciting menu available for takeout, ordered online via the KenzoNapa.com website, or by calling or emailing the restaurant.

New items include a choice of two Bento Boxes ($50), unusual Bowls (varies), and a la carte items that create excitement over dining-at-home. In addition to the new menu options, optimized for packaging and take-out, guests can choose from the full range of Kenzo Estate wines in half and full bottles, plus a unique selection of paired sakes.

Details and menu options are available via link found at KenzoNapa.com. 

via OpenTable.com: Looking for restaurants with the best service in San Francisco? You’re in the right place. Each month OpenTable analyzes more than 400,000 new diner reviews. We sort the results by category to help you discover new favorites. It's a great partnership: you reserve, eat, and review. We listen...and deliver the results for all to benefit. Enjoy!

via OpenTable.com: Top Ten Diners' Choice Winner: Best Overall San Francisco Bay Area Restaurants, since December, 2019.

Kenzo | Napa announces the return of Chef Shinichiro Takagi to the kitchen in Napa for 2 nights only, where he will curate a bespoke Kaiseki menu. Book now to experience this exceptional, world-class experience curated by the chef/proprietor of Zeniya, his Michelin 2-Star restaurant located in Kanazawa, Japan.

Forbes.com: These Are The 100 Best Restaurants In America, According to OpenTable Diners. “Whether a restaurant has received national accolades or is built on local fanfare, our Top 100 reflects diners’ favorite culinary experiences across the country,” Andrea Johnston, COO at OpenTable, said. “What ultimately ties these restaurants together is their excellent hospitality paired with incredible dishes, which is why diners are applauding them with rave reviews.” 

CSQ Magazine
November 2019

The CSQ Complete Guide to Napa Valley: "California’s most established wine region feels fresh thanks to a slew of new hotels, shops, restaurants, and of course, wineries." 

Kenzo Napa is selected among the "10 Best Napa Restaurants to eat at right now"

"Elevated Dining" outlines outstanding Michelin-starred restaurants in the Valley

Kenzo Napa receives a second consecutive Wine Spectator Restaurant Award of Excellence.

Kenzo Napa is one of 90 prestigious restaurants highlighted with stars in the inaugural MICHELIN Guide California.

"Part peaceful sanctuary, part gastronomic temple," says Fran Miller of Kenzo Napa in Walnut Creek Magazine.

Writer Fran Miller features Kenzo Napa owners, philosophy and menu in “Of Muses and Michelin Stars."

Kenzo Napa featured in the list: “10 Best Spots for Fine Dining in Napa Valley”.

Editor-in-Chief Laura Levy Shatkin names Kenzo Napa’s cuisine as part of a hot culinary movement in Wine Country.  

Kenzo restaurant's kaiseki dining included in their luxurious "Napa Valley Weekend Itinerary."

Napa Valley, and Kenzo Napa, part of the “20 American Cities with the Best Food Scenes” list!

Napa Valley, and Kenzo Napa, part of the “20 American Cities with the Best Food Scenes” list!

Kenzo Napa included in “The Comprehensive Insider’s Guide to Wine Country.”

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