On the Menu: NOMU is all about Omakase, the Japanese tradition of leaving your meal up to the chef. But you can expect seriously good sushi and quality kaiseki (multi-course meals) in both raw and cooked varieties. There’s a tasting menu ($880) available, and a prix-fixe menu ($1180) created with seasonal ingredients. The bespoke chef’s table experience ($1880) ensures a thoroughly personalized experience with premium food. At lunch, there are budget-friendly options available including a six-course daytime Omakase ($580), a four-course executive prix-fix ($438) and a create-your-own option ($280). The food is ably seconded by a sake menu with over 100 bottles, including rare and by-request varietals.
Great For: Cozy dinners, premium lunches.
FYI: NOMU caters to only 18 diners at a time – reservations should be made well in advance.
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This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop HK will update this post once we’ve visited in person.