How Does An Autographed Copy Of Nobu's Memoir & An Omakase Dinner Sound?
February 22, 2018 | BY Tien Chew
Arguably one of the most successful Japanese chefs in the world, Nobu Matsuhisa, of the eponymous famous chain of Japanese-Peruvian restaurants Nobu, is set to launch his memoir in Kuala Lumpur. In true Nobu fashion, he's hosting a series of dinners to coincide with the launch.
Nobu, one of the world's most successful restaurant empires, with stakes in the hotel industry as well, was started by a Japanese chef and his friend Robert DeNiro.
Nobu Matsuhisa, the chef-owner of his eponymous F&B empire who wears his heart on his sleeve, will be officially launching his memoir in Kuala Lumpur by hosting a one-night-only dinner on March 28.
The dinner will feature a 6-course omakase experience designed and curated by chef Nobu himself alongside his team in Kuala Lumpur.
Surely to be a pageturner, you can nab yourself an autographed copy of his new book, "Nobu: A Memoir", along with the exclusive dinner for RM895++ per person.
As you may expect, there will only be a limited number of seats for the launch-dinner, so fans and those interested may want to start making reservations as soon as possible.
Besides the launch-dinner, chef Nobu will also be hosting a separate dining experience called "An evening with Chef Nobu" available from March 26 to March 28.
Those who attend either dining experience will get to taste a portfolio of the successful chef's culinary repertoire.
For inquiries or to make a reservation, call 03 21645084 or send a Whatsapp message to 019 3895085.
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