World renowned for its delicious food and impressive precision, Crown’s Japanese oligarch proves yet again why this global chain reigns supreme.
Classy fit-out worthy of a casino? Tick. A menu that showcases WA produce, Japanese sensibility and the occasional South American flourish? Tick. Swift, courteous, professional staff in uniforms crisper than a taco shell? Tick, tick, tick.
This is seriously good food, where ingredients are king, seasoning is done with precision and the flavours resound.
Nobu has it all, from arguably the prettiest plating in town, to a menu that deftly swings from sashimi to black-miso cod to avocado tiradito with yuzu and chilli in the bat of a permed eyelash. You can dine alone with a bento box-style meal of sashimi and teriyaki beef, push the boat out with grilled wagyu, or settle in for chunks of tempura prawn with a creamy jalapeño sauce.
This is seriously good food, where ingredients are king, seasoning is done with precision and the flavours resound. They can feed you for $210 at dinner, an entire omakase (tasting menu) that ranges from the ocean to the land, from sashimi to miso. Or you can mix and match your own meal, matching lamb yakimono with sushi and tempura at will. The risk with a big name like this is that it can feel formulaic, but Nobu miraculously allows you to enjoy a big night out without making you feel like a number.