Goen: the best Japanese restaurant in Queretaro
It´s truly a hidden gem.
Step into the cozy Goen restaurant is an unforgettable dining experience. Its recipes sharpen its unique culinary identity through the Japanese style of cooking.
Expect traditional Japanese flavors and techniques, along with luxury ingredients.
Japanese cuisine has long been revered for its unique ingredients, innovative flavors, and distinct sense of culture and history., besides its nutritional balance. At Goen every dish tells a story through its creative use of ingredients, shaping the dining experience into something both enjoyable and eye-opening.
Experience Japan cuisine in Goen.
At Goen Restaurant you can enjoy a delicious Japanese meal through a varied menu with all the classic dishes that food lovers can expect from an excellent Japanese restaurant: several types of sashimi, tempura, marinated fish, ramen with fresh noodles, edamame , shrimp, squid, tuna s, rolls, salads and typical Japanese desserts.
Tuna is the star of all dishes, from raw, like sashimi; boiled, grilled, or fried like tempura.
This specimen originating from the Pacific Ocean, swims from the coast of Japan to the Baja California peninsula, and its capture is carried out in a sustainable manner according to the United Nations.
Ramen-style noodles are made in the traditional way. A good bowl of ramen grabs you because it's comforting, nutritious, and full of flavors and aromas. A good ramen, defines the dish and marks its quality. Chef Koji Ogawa brings his unique touch, offering us a delicious dish with a combination of extra ingredients such as eggs, pork, and vegetables, among many others.
There is a wide variety of sushi and sashimi that besides being delicious, they offer an excellent presentation, and meticulous preparation
Shrimp tempura with a rich variety of vegetables coated in a delicate batter of flour and egg yolk fried is simply delicious.
The dish was introduced by the Portuguese in Nagasaki through the fritter-cooking techniques in the 16th century. The word 'tempura' comes from the Latin word tempora, a term referring to these times of fasting, when the church dictated that Catholics go meatless.
They began to prepare seafood, fish, chicken, and vegetables fried in oil. Upon the expulsion of the religious by the feudal lords who held power in the country, the custom of fried dishes prevailed and they were later recognized as Japanese dishes. Once fried, the morsels are soaked in a sauce based on soy and sake to which grated radish is added.
Sashimi, tamagoyaki, seaweed and sesame seeds on rice.
The dishes are presented in a masterly, untouched manner. Without a doubt, the restaurant’s highlights are sukiyaki, shrimp and vegetable tempura, sashimi, tsukemono, steamed rice and miso soup.
Salmon Ikura Don
Sashimi of salmon and salmon roe on shari rice, seaweed and oba, served with soy sauce and wasabi.
There are different nabe casseroles. Ideal for 4 people.
Oyster, shrimp, bacon, tofu, vegetables and mushrooms.
Tuna meatballs, shrimp, fish of the day, tofu, vegetables and mushrooms.
Oyster, shrimp, chicken meatballs, tofu, vegetables and mushrooms.
It is recommended to eat directly at the bar to live the experience of interacting with other people.
The main characteristics of Japanese gastronomy could be defined in three words: simplicity, natural flavors, and refinement. Japanese cuisine is a true reflection of an ancient civilization rooted in traditions, from which the conclusion is drawn that Japanese cuisine is a true culinary art.
Every two months the Goen Restaurant offers a tuna cutting demonstration, a unique practice in Queretaro, with the service and quality, and a 7-course tasting Japanese menu with unique flavors.
Chef Koji Ogawa is the soul of this event, showing off his skill with the sharp knives he works with, and surprising the guests with an exceptional menu.
It is located in the Hotel Fujitaya, in Juriquilla Queretaro. Goen represents the soul of Japanese food in a luxury resort.
It has a certification from the Japanese Food and Ingredient Supporters Program. It offers a Japanese food menu and every two months it will have a tuna ronqueo event with a tasting menu.
It is the only traditional Japanese food restaurant in Queretaro.
The word GOEN has no translation in Spanish; “relationship”, “fate” or “chance” are the closest words.
With the growth of the Japanese community in the state, there is a place where they feel close to home as well as creating a new culinary experience for Queretaro.
Av. Sta. Rosa 5001, Privada Juriquilla, 76230 Juriquilla, Qro.
Reservations: +52 442 801 9412