The Catch Berlin

 

Group of restaurant business operator “A2 Group” with 20 years of expertise in the restaurant business and catering has expanded The Catch restaurant concept in Europe. 

“A2 Group” owns and operates numerous “Kabuki” brand restaurants in Moscow and the “Aqua Luna” restaurant in Riga. 


 

The Catch is an Izakaya-style restaurant, focused on terrific raw food and robata-cooked seafood, meat and veggies. First The Catch restaurant was opened at the beginning of 2018 in Riga, Latvia. 
The second restaurant was opened this summer in Bleibtreustraße 41, Berlin, Germany. Three other locations for potential restaurants are being analyzed. 
The Catch is a Latvian trademark and is on its way to European trademark registration. 

 

The Catch about itself

 

The Catch is an izakaya-style restaurant, focused on terrific raw food and robata-cooked seafood, meat and veggies. We offer authentic Japanese cuisine, adding a hint of fusion to our dishes. 
 The restaurant offers signature cocktails along with a wide selection of sake and Japanese whiskey. Our dining style is relaxed, heart-warming and fun. We focus mainly on lunch and dinner and work late every night as a bar after the kitchen closes. 
 We use only exceptional ingredients in our dishes and make every meal special for the guest. We are open to experiments, welcoming the guest to combine his dish by himself. We paid a lot of attention to the design of the place, making it as individual and one-of-a-kind as we could. 
 The Catch is a Latvian trademark and is on its way to European trademark registration. The Catch is our special project, a unique restaurant that is always on top and always ‘in style’. The Catch is a place with a name.




The Catch design concept

 

 The design concept for the new restaurant is a combination of various aesthetics - a neoclassical atmosphere of the historical building, with its spacious rooms and plaster decorated high ceilings, with a calm vibe of today’s Berlin - discovering the perfect form in imperfection. The restaurant reflects the rebellious and artistic soul of Berlin with its previously elegant heritage. 

 The restaurant combines different structure materials on the floors and furniture surfaces. The wood of natural colors (stained oak, walnut), marble tiles and aged brass elements in a combination with leather and velour seating balancing with its calm colors - mostly in grey and browns. 

Terrace area combines dark grey furniture and lots of green plants as a decoration. It has both lounge and regular height tables and chairs, to provide an optimal choice of dining and drinking experience outside.

 

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