99 Sushi Bar & Restaurant launches nine-course menu

Specially designed for sharing, Natsu tasting menu features seasonal classics

 99 Sushi Bar & Restaurant launches nine-course menu
99 Sushi Bar & Restaurant launches nine-course menu

Al Maryah Island’s 99 Sushi Bar & Restaurant has introduced a nine-course Natsu tasting menu for the summer.

The Japanese cuisine restaurant will feature a variety of seasonal classics designed for sharing.

Dishes include toro flambé, scallop nigari, panko mistura maki with prawn, king crab, avocado and seabass and the signature chocolate fondant served with caramel ice-cream and golden leaves.

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99 Sushi Bar Ltd.’s general manager, Jaime Castaneda said: “The Natsu tasting menu is the 99 Sushi way of taking our guests on a journey through summer in Japan. A burst of flavours come together in each course that uses premium quality ingredients and traditional cooking techniques. The dishes are light, and the sharing platter experience makes this dinner a fun night out for all.”

The offering is available daily from 7 pm until 11.30 pm.

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