POTAWATOMI HOTEL & CASINO’S RUYI  EXPANDS RESTAURANT TO INCLUDE SUSHI BARPotawatomi Hotel & Casino’s—RuYi—is making big changes this winter. The restaurant will add a sushi bar as well as additional seating. These changes are expected to debut March 1.

The addition will add more than 20 seats to the restaurant, offer a delicious list of creative and traditional sushi rolls and upgrade the restaurant’s sake program. Japanese whiskeys will also be available on the new menu.

“We’re excited about this next phase of adding sushi and sashimi to RuYi,” said Food and Beverage Director, Don Sally. “When guests come to RuYi, they can expect to experience more authentic foods and flavors in this highly recognized and acclaimed restaurant.”

During renovation, RuYi will feature a limited menu until Monday, Feb. 8, when the full menu will return to celebrate the Chinese New Year.

Potawatomi Hotel & Casino’s Asian Specialty Chef, Tony Ho, who oversees all Asian food and culinary experiences at the casino, will be in command of the sushi bar’s opening.  Mr. Ho has been with the property for eight years and is RuYi’s founding chef.   Chef My Ong Vang is a nine-year culinary veteran of Potawatomi Hotel & Casino and will be leading the daily operations at RuYi.


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