San José del Cabo, Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, México.
After 25 years as executive chef at Pitahayas Restaurant, located on the palatial grounds of the Sheraton’s Hacienda del Mar Hotel resort, Volker Romeike, opened his own distinct Japanese style Mirai Restaurant in San Jose del Cabo. The very friendly and multi-cuisine talented Volker Romeike, began his illustrious food creating career when he was just 19-years old in his native country of Germany.
Romeike wanted a way out of the cold winters of Germany and by the time he was 22 years of age, he made that adventurous voyage out of Europe and started working in the cuisine industry at restaurants in Los Angeles and then later, san Diego. It was during this time that Volker learned to speak both English and Spanish. From there, he accepted a chef’s position with the Hyatt Hotel chain working and living on the Hawaiian Islands. From there, he journeyed to Cabo San Lucas in 1985 for the groundbreaking construction of Hacienda del Mar, where his rise as a much esteemed chef began. And now his legendary career continues with his Marai Japanese Restaurant in SJDC. An intimate and cozy location with a stellar menu where everything has such great flavor. His Acevichado roll is a delicious fresh roll, of avocado, cucumber, shrimp, octopus, fresh fish, coriander, red onion, Serrano pepper and his own Mirai sauce.
Their olive roll is an exquisite combination of fresh, avocado, cucumber, shrimp, octopus, fresh fish, cilantro, red onion, Serrano chili and Mirai Sauce. Everything else on the menu at Mirai is superbly prepared and served by the establishment’s excellent, knowledgeable and friendly staff.
On Friday, August 29, 2020, chef Volker Romeike, hosted an intimate restaurant dinner mixer, where he delighted guests with delicious samples from his Japanese style restaurant’s sushi selections; that included Curricanes, Nigris, Gunka, chicken Satay in soy sauce, Poke tostadas and a beef Lomito. The lucky invited guests also savored an apple Martini and glasses of Merlot wine, that accentuated the evening’s delicious dishes. Read More here: