Whether you’re dining in or out, Ong Chin Huat finds out Nobu Kuala Lumpur has got you covered.
With a lockdown imposed on everybody – gourmands and epicureans alike – what does a food connoisseur do when he or she craves for culinary delights?
Well, those who are fans of authentic Japanese-Peruvian cuisine which have become the trademark of Nobu are in luck because, in Kuala Lumpur, Nobu is now doing home deliveries and takeout from their new takeout menu.
Food-fans can enjoy mouth-watering and succulent Japanese fayres such as Yellowtail Sashimi, Baby Spinach Salad Dry Miso with Shrimp, Wagyu Gyoza with Spicy Ponzu, California Sushi Cut Rolls and Unagi Donburi. And let’s not forget the desserts like Nobu Cheesecake and Harumaki which can now be experienced in your own home with a call or click.
Meticulously prepared by Executive Chef Philip Leong and his team, this special menu was created for their loyal die-hard fans as well as new customers during this period. It offers items such as Nobu Kuala Lumpur’s signature dishes as well as other favourites which will give diners their food fix and satisfy their cravings for delectable Japanese cuisine.
“The main priority when we were coming up with the menu was ensuring that the experience and taste of the dishes wouldn’t be compromised due to delivery or takeout,” says Chef Leung.
“When any Nobu restaurant around the world opens they have to adhere to strict standards so that guests can enjoy the same experience regardless of where they are, and we are continuing to keep that standard through our delivery and takeout menu.”
Some highlights of this takeout menu include the Matsuhisa Box which comprises of Sashimi salad with Matsuhisa Dressing. Assorted Sushi handpicked by the Sushi Chef and the signature Black Cod Miso glazed with Nobu’s sweet Den Miso paste, Grilled Chicken and Anticucho Sauce with a side of Miso Soup and rice.
However, if dining in isn’t your thing, Nobu KL has recently reopened its doors to the public again after almost two months of halting operations due to the lockdown.
With its Social Distancing Dining, guests at Nobu KL can rest assured that this Japanese-Peruvian eatery has in place various safety and hygienic measures to ensure dining at its restaurant is worry-free and protected.
The tables and chairs are two meters apart, Nobu KL has also undertaken to check the source of their ingredients come from the most reputable vendors.
Staff are required to wash their hands every 20 minutes and wear a face mask at all times. Tables are sanitised after every guest leaves while all cooking and eating utensils are washed with dishwashing liquid containing the required amount of sodium hypochlorite.
Available from 11.30 am to 9 pm daily, this takeout menu will surely add a new dimension to any family home dinner or party.
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