Maiko Kyogoku grew up in New York in a restaurant-owning family, so food and hospitality is no stranger to her. After 15 years honing her experience leading operations for Daniel Boulud, the Bromberg Brothers and the Thompson Hotel group, Kyogoku opened Bessou Restaurant in 2016. The restaurant, whose name in Japanese loosely translates to “home away from home,” is a love letter to her Japanese heritage and the Japanese home cooking of her childhood. Bessou has been critically acclaimed by the New York Times, Zagat and Tasting Table and featured in Best of Lists for New York Magazine Grub Street and Time Out.
Kyogoku is excited to now share some of her Japanese home cooking at home with you.
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It varies day to day based on local sourcing but on average around 10 dishes. Sometimes there will be more for special events.