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Cinko Asian Latino Grill Grand Hyatt Baha Mar 1 Baha Mar Blvd , Nassau The Bahamas

www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/thebahamas/grand-hyatt-baha-mar/nasgh/dining/cinKo

Grand Hyatt Baha Mar
1 Baha Mar Blvd
, Nassau The Bahamas

2427887376.













Piqueos / Small Bites
Guacamame
Togarashi Yuca
Grilled Shishito Peppers
Taco De Pato
Korean BBQ Taco
Coliflor Frita

Soup & Salad
Sopa De Tortilla
Roasted Beat Salad
Quinoa Salad
Romaine Salad

Ceviches / Crudos
Ceviche Classico
Tiradito Nipon
Ceviche Tusan
Ceviche Nikkei

Sandwiches
Pastrami & Brisket "Cubano" Sandwich
Cinko Beef Burger

Rice
Chaufa
Bibimbap
Donburi

Large Plates
Lomo Saltado
Seco De Cordero
Pollo A La Brasa
Nitsuke Criollo
Sudado Thai

Parrillada

Grilled Meat Platter

Cinko Signature Sushi
Tuna Tataki Maki
Tropical Crunch
Cinko Futomaki
Salmon Futomakie
Yellowtail & Scallion Roll
Crispy Grilled Salmon Roll
Hamachi Aburi Sushi
Spicy Tuna Aburi Sushi

Nigiri / Sashimi
Sashimi Platter (Chef's Choice: 12 Pieces)
Hamachi (yellowtail)
Akami (ahi tuna)
Sake (salmon)
Kanpachi (amberjack)
Madai (snapper)

Kids Menu

Dessert Menu

Cocktails

Wines

information about Cinko Asian Latino Grill
RABBINICAL SUPERVISION
Chabad of Bahamas

Hours
Sunday Thursday 5:30pm 10:00pm

Closed Friday & Saturday

Cuisine: Asian Latino
Avg. Check: $25-$60
Attire: Resort Casual

Succah On Succot: No
Nine Days Menu: Yes
Open for Pesach: No



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ABOUT Cinko Asian Latino Grill
The best part of traveling to exotic places is experiencing the food, but Jews who go to resorts in the Bahamas have long dealt with a significant obstacle; there is no kosher food in the Bahamas. Thankfully, that is no longer true. Grant Davies, President of Baha Mar Hyatt resort, took the hint after the thousandth person requested kosher dining options. In December of 2021, Cinko Asian Latino Grill opened at the resort, allowing Jewish travelers to taste the local cuisine at long last.

Cinko’s cuisine is based on a local fusion of five cultures: Peruvian, Argentinian, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean. In the 1960s/70s, people from Asia immigrated en masse to Peru, Argentina, and Brazil, bringing their culinary techniques with them. The cuisines merged into what became a typical fusion style for these areas. It’s local fare, the likes of which kosher-keeping Jews have never tasted until now.

When you enter the restaurant through the iconic West Tower spiral staircase, you’ll see a simple and colorful setup that includes everything you love about the Bahamas. There are two show kitchens, plus a bar area, where you can order imported wines, specialty cocktails, and spirits with that nutty Asian flavor. There is also outdoor dining available on the patio, which seats thirty-five, with a view of the tropical palm trees in the surrounding area. It is the perfect setup for a wedding or whatever event suits your fancy. Chilling in the hotel is also an option because how often can you dine on kosher food in a full-service hotel like the Hyatt? After a day of sightseeing and water-rafting, it’s nice to relax with some local food that happens to be kosher from the comfort of this luxury hotel.

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The Japanese influence in the cuisine comes across through the cut of the fish, which is sushi and sashimi-style, but the spicing is all South American, with Peruvian peppers to add that kick. Ceviche is a popular menu item, namely the ceviche classico, which is the fish of the day, leche de tigre, red onion, cilantro, choclo, sweet potato, and cancha. Another popular ceviche dish for the more adventurous is the tiradito nipon, which has Hamachi, rocoto-miso, leche de tigre, cancha, choclo, red onions, and togarashi. For main dishes, you can’t go wrong with the lomo saltado, a dry-aged ribeye with aji Amarillo, soy sauce, tomatoes, onions, potatoes, and cilantro. If you prefer chicken, the pollo a la brasa is Peruvian rotisserie-style smoked chicken served with house-made fries, house salad, chimichurri, and salsas.

The head chefs are both Peruvian and have worked at premier restaurants in the past. Jerson Reyes has worked in other Hyatt locations, and Julio Acosta worked at Gaston, one of the most famous restaurants in Peru. Food & Beverage Manager Sandro Anglas leads the front of the house.

Diners at Cinko will get a taste of Peru, Japan, China, Korea, and Argentina, without having to compromise their shomer values. Cinko serves a prepaid sit-down Shabbos dinner Friday night and offers a pre-order Shabbos in a Box option for Shabbos day and a prepaid buffet so that you will have food for Shabbos and Yom Tovs. Boy, howdy is that a luxury! We’ve been waiting for a place like this for a while, and it’s finally here.
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