Nobu Kuala Lumpur Unmasks a Unique Festive Omakase | RobbReport Malaysia

Nobu Kuala Lumpur Unmasks a Unique Festive Omakase

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  • Celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with loved ones at Nobu Kuala Lumpur by treating them to a Special Omakase menu for the holidays. Featuring a range of premium ingredients, the two special menus for Christmas and New Year’s will be sure to make this festive season an extraordinary occasion.

    From 22-25 December, Executive Chef Philip Leong and the talented kitchen team at Nobu KL will offer a 7 course Christmas Omakase dinner, priced at RM590++. The menu will feature a not to-be-missed spread of uniquely crafted dishes which includes a refreshing Green Tea Smoked Salmon & Octopus with matcha foam and jalapeno miso, a juicy melts-in-your-mouth Wagyu with Wasabi Black Bean Miso, and a festive Snowman dessert comprising a mix of green tea panna cotta, white chocolate mousse and green tea sponge.

    A celebratory 5-course Christmas Omakase lunch, priced at RM250++ per person, is also available on 24 and 25 December. This will include an invigorating Salmon Tartar & Junsai Ponzu, a signature Nobu Style Sushi Cup, and a flavourful Risotto with Furikake. Guests dining at Nobu KL for dinner on Christmas Day itself will also be treated to live entertainment throughout the evening.

    The holiday festivities continue at Nobu with an exceptional New Year’s Eve Omakase. Also boasting a 7-course menu, the New Year’s Eve Omakase is available from 29 December – 1 January, and is priced at RM645++.

    Included in the price is a special line up of traditional Japanese entertainment on 31st December, making Nobu Kuala Lumpur the perfect venue to watch the fireworks and ring in the New Year. The New Year’s Eve Omakase features a succulent Botan Ebi and Kanpachi with Vegas salsa, a freshly made Butter Poached Lobster with watercress broth and glazed figs, along with a tantalising Smoked Wagyu with Ice Plant Dry Miso, and a decadent Petit Four dessert made up of a Japanese purple potato Wagashi, a salted caramel Macaroon, a jasmine tea & peach gel Praline as well as a vanilla ice cream, cranberry & pistachio Ice Cream Sandwich.

    On 31 December and 1 January, Nobu KL will also offer a unique 5-course New Year’s Lunch Omakase, priced at RM250++ per person. The indulgent selection of dishes includes a New Year’s Zensai Moriawase, a Poached Chilean Seabass and a Tenderloin with Passion Fruit Wasabi Salsa.

    For enquiries or reservations, please call +603 2164 5084 or WhatsApp 019 389 5085.

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