GLOBALLY-INSPIRED FARE TAKES CENTER STAGE AT JATTÖ - Food & Beverage Magazine

GLOBALLY-INSPIRED FARE TAKES CENTER STAGE AT JATTÖ

Locally-lauded Miami chef Henry Hané, the force behind B Bistro + Bakery in Brickell, is putting his extensive technical experience from some of the world’s most decorated kitchens on display at the newly opened Jattö in Wynwood, following its grand debut in late-November 2021. Hané is melding his Peruvian heritage with influences from Colombia, Spain and Thailand to offer diners a menu of vibrant New World cuisine complemented by luxury cocktail and wine selections. Jattö – a play on the Peruvian term “jato”, which translates to “home” – is partnering with farms and purveyors based in South Florida. Hané, with Chef de Cuisine Aleric Constantin, are striving to keep the creativity of the kitchen flowing with fresh and seasonal ingredients displayed throughout the concept’s inventive menu and high-end bar program. Situated in the bustling Wynwood Arts District, the restaurant boasts a chic and ambient setting complete with indoor dining and a lush patio ideal for al fresco splendor; both wrapped in accents of earthy tones and natural décor to create an inviting and relaxed yet modern atmosphere.

 

Born in Lima, Peru, Hané graduated from Johnson and Wales University in Miami before starting his culinary career at two-Michelin starred Le Manoir Aux Quat Saisons in England, followed by stints in top restaurants in Spain – including exploring molecular gastronomy at two-Michelin starred Miramar – and further training in Thailand and Singapore. In Miami, his history includes opening Michelle Berstein’s Sra. Martinez and working with Giorgio Rapicavoli at Eating House before opening B Bistro + Bakery. His Peruvian roots, which also include influences from his Colombian father, serve as the foundational inspiration for many of the dishes at Jattö while his global prowess is ever apparent in their unique touches and technical execution. 

 

Collaborations with local partners at Jattö yield menu items including George Stone Crab Causa with acevichado sauce, avocado, egg yolk fudge and choclo chalaquita; and Affogato Colada featuring Frice sorbet, condensada espuma and colada syrup. Sullivan Street Bakery is featured in the not-to-be-missed bread service, offered with a delicious dollop of butter mixed with Cuban coffee, as well as delectable brunch dishes such as the Cereal Milk French Toast made with brioche loaf, cereal milk anglaise and cinnamon toast crunch; and Avocado Toast dressed with green goddess and olive oil.

 

Inventive evening highlights also include Octopus Chips with botija aioli; Ikura Arepa topped with whipped cream cheese, capers, pickled shallots, dill and EV bagel; the intriguing and delicious Foie Gras Dippin Dots complemented by seasonal fruit, savory pastry cream and sweet wine gelee; Magic City Mushroom served with Tom Kha cream and crunchy garlic salad; Mr. Benedict with soft egg, hollandaise, crispy bacon, panela gel, smoked paprika and toasted Hawaiian bread; and Leek Confit accompanied by roasted cashew romesco and leek ash, amongst others. Jattö also offers main dishes served for two, or as half portions including a Coconut Miso Grouper with crispy ginger, hearts of palm salad, sazon sushi rice and lettuce wraps; and Huancaina Chicken served with canary beans, quinoa and criolla slaw.  

 

An exceptional bar program featuring creative libations and quality wine list complement the indulgent culinary offerings. Expertly crafted cocktails include Shiso Horny – Grey Goose Pear Vodka, Chareau, shiso, cucumber and Calamansi; O.G. Gaucho – Apostoles Gin, Chinola, guava, kumquat, and Yerba Mate; K.B. Capo – J.M. Agricole Rhum, Appleton Estate Signature Rum, salted vanilla, yuzu, lemon verbena and absinthe spray; Flash Carbonated Mojito – Mt. Gay Eclipse, mint, lime, cane syrup, and lime zest; and Cartel Negroni – Coconut Cartel rum, roasted banana infused Cinzano 1757 sweet vermouth and coco washed Campari.

 

Jattö is located at 223 NW 23rd Street in Miami. Dinner is served Tuesday to Friday from 6PM to 11PM; Friday and Saturday from 6PM to 12AM. The bar is open Tuesday and Wednesday from 6PM to 12AM; Thursday to Saturday from 6PM to 2AM. Brunch is available on Saturday and Sunday from 11:30AM to 3:30PM. For more information, visit www.jattomiami.com/; Telephone: (305) 982-8960. Instagram: @JattoMiami.

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