New Restaurant Imoto Opens in Palm Beach

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A new, Asian-inspired bistro called Imoto has opened in Palm Beach. Coming from newly nominated James Beard Award semi-finalist Clay Conley, Imoto is in intimate space featuring small plates.

Located next door to Conley’s other Palm Beach restaurant, Buccan, Imoto translates to “little sister” and will offer delicious Asian-inspired options like sushi from chefs Kazu Yonemoto and Masa Tsuruga.

Open Monday through Saturday for dinner only, Imoto’s menu will include small plates sich as pork spring rolls with Thai basil ($7), shrimp tempura with spicy aioli ($14), spicy tuna rolls ($12), Peking duck tacos ($17.50) and pork belly sliders ($7). There are also hot dishes like a lamb chop with brown sugar, soy, chilies and carrot puree ($12) and fillet of beef with black pepper and lemongrass ($28).

Just like Buccon, Imoto’s interior design was decorated by internationally known Lars Bolander, who is a Palm Beach local.

Imoto is located at 350 S. County Road, Palm Beach.

Source: Broward Palm Beach New Times

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