Executive Chef Philip Leong and team have specially curated two Nobu Signature Prosperity Platters to honour the Chinese tradition while highlighting the brand’s Japanese Peruvian influence.
For some, the count of the number of yee sang dishes you’ve tossed to this year has already begun and likely, they taste more or less the same from restaurant to restaurant. Well, we assure you, Nobu’s take on the symbolic platter is a unique and welcome variation to ring in the good fortune, health and prosperity this Lunar New Year.
Executive Chef Philip Leong and team have specially curated two Nobu Signature Prosperity Platters to honour the Chinese tradition while highlighting the brand’s Japanese Peruvian influence: The Nobu Signature Prosperity Platter, priced at RM188++, and the Nobu Premium Prosperity Platter, priced at RM288++.
The former includes fresh seafood such as salmon and white fish sashimi, along with jicama, carrots, beetroot and myoga; whereas the latter features prime ingredients such as a whole Renkon Dai (baby snapper) and an array of mixed seafood chosen by the Chef, as well as pomelo, jicama and gari sushi.
To complete the meal, Nobu has also prepared a CNY special dessert – the Chocolate Mandarin, priced at RM50++. Under its figurative shell (mandarin or “kam” represents gold in Mandarin) is a creamy chocolate mousse filled with a tangy yuzu curd center to perk up and satisfy your appetite.
The Nobu Prosperity Platters and special dessert are available from February 2 to March 2, 2018.
For inquiries or to make reservations, please call 03 2164 5084 or Whatsapp 019 389 5085.
Images: Courtesy of Nobu Kuala Lumpur