happenings this month Master sushi chef Katsuya Uechi's restaurant opens in Dubai
Master sushi chef Katsuya Uechi's restaurant opens in Dubai
Updated on 11 May 2017

A collaboration between master sushi chef Katsuya Uechi and renowned designer Philippe Starck, Katsuya was previously located at The Dubai Mall. A hit with diners for being above the usual mall dining experience, Katsuya is back with the same casual vibes (or perhaps a little more upscale) but in a prettier setting – Jumeirah Al Naseem hotel.

Diners can enjoy creations from its four master kitchens – sushi kitchen, the hot kitchen, the robata grill, and the liquid kitchen (expect speciality mixed beverages) – along with signature dishes such as edamame hummus, miso-marinated black cod, crispy rice with spicy tuna and wagyu fillet with foie gras. Not to forget while taking in views of the iconic Burj Al Arab. Open seven days a week from noon 12pm to 1am. www.katsuyarestaurant.com

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