New Authentic Pan Asian Restaurant – MIZU
We are delighted to announce the launch of our new Pan Asian restaurant, Mizu. With an open kitchen, fabulous bar area and riverside terrace, 70- seater Mizu is an exciting addition to the Lodore Falls Hotel. Taking its name from the Japanese meaning for ‘falling water’ it occupies a prime spot, directly overlooking our stunning waterfall.
Our diners will have the unique opportunity to taste fresh, Asian-inspired dishes in the heart of the Lake District. This ‘zen’ theme continues with the décor having been designed to create a relaxed ambience with cool, elemental colours, floor-to-ceiling windows coupled with natural textures and materials. This is the second restaurant at Lodore Falls Hotel as we already boast our popular 2 AA Rosette Lake View Restaurant.
Mizu, is to serve a fusion of Asian cuisine including: Malaysian, Japanese and Thai dishes under the direction of new Head Chef, Kasun Jayasooriya. Expect sensational sushi and sashimi, crisp tempura, fragrant curries and delicately spiced bowls of ramen, as well as tender meat, chicken and fish dishes from the grill, Mizu-style.
Desserts are equally tempting and include a zingy, Mango & Coconut Cheesecake with kaffir lime leaf and meringue or Green Tea & Passion Fruit with matcha sponge and puffed rice. The chocolate lava cake is an outstanding dessert with Japanese Umeshu hot chocolate sauce, pistachio and vanilla ice cream – perfect for chocolate lovers!
Opening times: Wednesday – Sunday // 12pm – 9pm
To book a table call 017687 77285 or visit BOOK A TABLE →
In addition to the launch of Mizu, four large brand new bedroom suites with private riverside balconies are now available to book and are located above the new Pan Asian restaurant.
A total of x 18 new rooms at Lodore Falls Hotel are to feature Scandi-inspired decor and designer furniture, luxury bathroom and large TVs with relaxed seating areas. Some rooms will also offer sofa beds and walk-in wardrobes.
For more information on our new suites visit SUITES & ROOMS →