3100 Apex Drive, 9th Floor (Hyatt Centric Charlotte SouthPark)

Charlotte, NC 28211

704-981-9299

mizu.restaurant

  • Inspired by the wood-fired Robata grills of Japan, Mizu offers a refreshed take on Asian cuisine and wood-fired cooking atop the Hyatt Centric in the heart of SouthPark. This rooftop restaurant by Indigo Road Hospitality Group combines the traditions of ancient Japanese live-fire cooking with Southern influences and worldly flavors. The kitchen is anchored by Mizu’s own Robata grill and features a seafood-focused menu composed of wood-fired, raw, and chilled offerings. With chic design and natural elements throughout, the restaurant, named for the Japanese word for water, offers sweeping rooftop views from the patio, sophisticated interiors, and comfortable lounge seating.
  • Named one of the 2022 "25 Best New Restaurants" and "50 Best Restaurants" by
  • $45 per person (does not include tax and gratuity)
  • Complimentary starter
    • Edamame - chili crunch, sea salt
  • First course (choice of one)
    • Tuna Crisp - bigeye tuna, truffled kewpie, ponzu, green onion, lava salt
    • Grilled Oysters - yuzu corn butter, parsley, panko, spicy aioli
    • Crispy Cauliflower - tempura, gochujang glaze, sesame, scallion
  • Second course (choice of one)
    • Short Rib – lemongrass-braised short rib, pickled squash, and tomato
    • Cali Love Maki - tempura shrimp, avocado, Boxcarr bloomed, spicy crab, eel sauce
    • Iron Man Maki - torched gyu, spicy tuna, cucumber, shiso, pickled serrano peppers, ponzu
    • Yakitori - charcoal-grilled chicken thigh, ume teriyaki, toasted sesame, scallions and fire-roasted broccolini with lemon vinaigrette, crispy garlic
  • Dessert (choice of one)
    • Houjicha Cheesecake - roasted green tea cheesecake, caramel, candied sesame, white chocolate crisp pearls
    • Strawberry Mille Crepes - toasted meringue, salted pretzel crumble, black sesame ice cream

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Photo: Andrew Cebulka

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Photo: Andrew Cebulka

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