BAKU

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4515 Sharon Road

Charlotte, NC 28211

704-817-7173

baku-restaurant.com 


BAKU offers exotic Japanese cuisine, including robata-grilled seafood and meats, sushi, tempura, and kamameshi. The open kitchen’s robata grills utilize a blend of organic Binchotan charcoals imported from a small region in Japan, which is key to the food’s succulent flavor. The combination of organic charcoal and incredibly high heat preserves the original natural flavors of the ingredients. Sushi and sashimi are of the highest quality and served in exquisite plate presentations. The restaurant has an extensive array of premium sakes, in addition to cocktails and a wine list hand selected to pair perfectly with the cuisine. Baku has been named one of the TOP 100 Hot Spot Restaurants in America by OpenTable.

BAKU will open at 4 PM daily during Queen's Feast. Additionally, BAKU will be open both Sundays during Queen's Feast from 4-9 PM.


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$35 per person (does not include tax or gratuity)

 

First course (choice of one)

BAKU Salad - cabbage, spring mix, candied pecans, chives and umeboshi dressing

Edamame - sweet chili glaze

Crispy Brussels Sprouts - sweet soy

BAKU Hamachi - pickled smoked onion, truffle oil, ponzu

Second course (choice of one)

Crispy Calamari - Korean chili mayo, green chili and lime

Spicy Hamachi Rice Crispy Treat - fresh hamachi, serrano pepper

BAKU Pork Dumplings - green onion, ginger, sesame oil

Niwa Roll - asparagus, shiso, kampyo, cucumber, avocado, kaiware

Third course (choice of one)

Robata Grilled Atlantic Salmon - sweet teriyaki glaze and cucumber salad

Jidori Chicken Breast - mugi miso and soy glaze

USDA Prime NY Strip - miso mustard, black pepper

Tiger Prawn and Vegetable Tempura - tentsuyu dipping sauce

Dessert course ($5 per selection)

Beignets - with caramelized apple

Chocolate Truffles - with berry reduction

Chef’s Assortment of Ice Creams


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