Thursday, April 23, 2009

Brunch Club: Nobu

Nobu is much too classy of a place to be doing buffet brunches, but when the economy's down, it takes everyone out with it, sushi chefs included. (Been reading that even Japanese yakuza are getting laid off or taking pay cuts. For some reason that makes me feel better? But then, I have a job. I wonder if it will make those 100 HSBC casualties feel better.) The four-course lunch set at Nobu features an appetizer selection, choice of one main dish, choice of udon, chirashi or DIY handrolls (fun!) and a dessert. All for a relatively conservative HK$380. 

The menu:

Appetizers (choose four):
Black Cod Lettuce
Botan Ebi Sashimi "New Style"
Creamy Spicy Crab
King Crab Tempura Amazu Ponzu
Octopus Dry Miso
O-Toro Tataki Yuzu Miso
Rock Shrimp Creamy Spicy Sauce
Salmon Tartar with Caviar
Sashimi Taco Yellowtail Jalapeno
Anticucho or Teriyaki Skewer
(Choice of Chicken, Salmon, Beef or Vegetable)

Mains (choose one): 
Black Cod Saikyo Yaki
Steamed Chilean Seabass Dry Miso
Sautéed Prawn and Scallop with Ginger Teriyaki
Beef Tenderloin with Wasabi Salsa
Wood Oven Roasted Spring Chicken

Dessert (choose one):
Bread Pudding 
Nobu Style Chocolate Bento Box
Japanese Fruit Platter
Vanilla Tamago Crème
Banana Tofu Brulee
Suntory Whisky Iced Cappuccino

Nobu is at the InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. Tel: 852 2313 2323.

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