Denny's Japan recently added a taste of Kyoto to its menu in the form of delicious matcha desserts. Although Denny's is an American restaurant, the chain has gone to great lengths to satisfy regional taste preferences. Its latest desserts make use of a premium Japanese ingredient to put an Asian twist on standard American fare.
The new breakfast dishes and desserts available from Denny's Japan are made with Kyoto's Uji matcha green tea. The matcha powder is used in a number of different ways to add a taste of traditional Kyoto cuisine to more basic dishes. Some of the standout treats from the new menu include Uji Matcha Pancakes, the Uji Matcha Mini Parfait and the Uji Matcha Sundae.
The innovative dessert menu demonstrates how global chains can tailor their menus to regional markets by making use of local ingredients.
Denny's Japan is Serving Dishes Made from Kyoto's Uji Matcha Green Tea
1. Regional Ingredient Fusion - Global chains can create innovative menus by incorporating local ingredients from different regions.
2. Asian Twist on Western Dishes - Restaurants can attract customers by adding an Asian twist to familiar Western dishes.
3. Specialty Desserts - There is a growing trend in offering unique and specialty desserts that incorporate premium ingredients.
1. Restaurant - Restaurants can capitalize on the trend by creating innovative menus that incorporate regional ingredients.
2. Food and Beverage - The food and beverage industry can explore the use of unique and premium ingredients to create specialty desserts.
3. Hospitality - Hotels and resorts can attract customers by offering specialty desserts that showcase local ingredients.