The highly anticipated YG Riverside Village has officially opened its first restaurant, Mista Boo Yeeroongpilly.
Mista Boo’s signature sushi train showcases an array of sashimi, nigiri and specialty rolls including popular options like the chicken and avocado nigiri. Diners can also order rice bowls topped with chicken karaage, katsu or teriyaki, along with salads, spring rolls and other Asian fusion dishes.
What makes the food stand out at Mista Boo Yeerongpilly is the fresh salmon used daily and handmade chicken karaage batter. The chefs expertly craft each piece of nigiri and every cut of sashimi for peak freshness.
For those looking for a refreshing appetiser perfect for the summer, they have the rice paper rolls filled with variety of fresh ingredients and wrapped in delicate rice paper.
The interior reflects Japan with pink neon lights contrasting natural wood accents and decorative hanging fans. The centrepiece is the aesthetic sushi train delivering a variety of seafood, vegetables, and rice creations tableside with real artistry.
Mista Boo also has other locations throughout Brisbane, including one in Bulimba, known for its sushi bar and one in Forest Lake, which also features sushi on the rail like the one at YG Riverside.
The restaurant is open daily from 11:00 a.m. to 8:30 pm for lunch and dinner. Mista Boo Yeeroongpilly kicks off the Green Village, soon to welcome Dapple + Waver, Jessica James, Goodlife Health Clubs, Lux Nail Bar and Co, YG Bakehouse and more retailers centred around lifestyle and wellness. With sustainably-built communal green spaces, shoppers can dine al fresco or relax in an urban oasis.