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Unami is a unique, texture-driven alternative to freshwater eel (unagi) that is made from eggplant. Unami offers a natural seafood experience with the savory, umami-rich bite of unagi, and none of the environmental concerns.

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WHAT’S IN UNAMI?

We keep it simple. Unami is made from eggplant, gluten-free soy sauce, mirin, sugar, rice bran oil, algae oil, and konjac powder.

WHY EEL?

Freshwater eel is being fished to the point of collapse. Rapidly declining eel populations have led to eel being rated ‘Avoid’ by the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program.

“Eel stocks are a fraction of what they were in the 1960s, and conservationists say continued overconsumption could condemn the animal to the same fate as the Pacific bluefin tuna. The environment ministry designated the Japanese eel as an endangered species in 2013.”

The Guardian

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HOW AND WHERE CAN YOU ENJOY UNAMI?

In the coming months, Unami will become available on restaurant menus throughout the United States. Use the menu locator below to find Unami near you.

Don't see Unami on a menu near you? Subscribe to our mailing list and we'll let you know when we launch on a menu near you! To speed things up, ask your favorite restaurant to carry it. 


Interested in putting Unami on your menu? Get in touch via our foodservice page.