Ukrainian Ambassador to Japan Serhii Korsunskyy shared the news about how Ukrainians who fled the war are rebuilding their lives in other countries. Particularly in Japan.
"Today we have a small quiet holiday. The Ukrainian cuisine Smachnogo (literally — Have a good meal — ed.) has finally opened in Tokyo. Our Ukrainians who were evacuated to Japan work here. And even though the menu is still small and still just beginning, we checked — borscht is real, Kyiv-style cutlets and cabbage rolls are delicious, there are a lot of visitors. Welcome, hanbatte kudasai!" Serhii Korsunskyy.
Also, this month in London, chef Yuri Kovrizhenko opened the Mriya restaurant (in honour of the legendary Mriia plane — ed.). The institution employs Ukrainians who evacuated from Ukraine to England. The institution corresponds to the neo-bistro format with haute cuisine but "without pathos and heavy luxury in the interior and service."