The art of dining is redefined at Nobu at One&Only Cape Town, a luxurious oasis in the vibrant heart of Cape Town. Chef Prajal Rana has made it his mission to create unique culinary experiences – all without meat. His latest creation, Nobu Omakase, features new vegetarian and vegan menu options that focus on each guest’s personal taste.
Nobu Omakase: Tailor-made for the gourmet
“Omakase” – in Japanese it means “at the chef’s choice”. And that’s exactly what this menu option reflects. In the tradition of a tasting menu, Chef Rana customizes each omakase menu to the individual preferences of his guests. It’s a personal culinary journey, with each dish reflecting Nobu’s famed Japanese-Peruvian fusion cuisine while spotlighting the potential of plant-based ingredients.
Meatless variety: the vegetarian and vegan omakase menu
Each vegan and vegetarian omakase menu consists of six handpicked dishes. These special menus showcase how Nobu treats guests to meat-free alternatives to the classic omakase menu. The spectrum ranges from creative reinterpretations of Nobu classics to innovative new creations. Vegan guests can expect a variety of dishes, including vegetable tacos, an exclusive selection of vegan sushi, tempura vegetables and a seasonal fruit cake with coconut sorbet for dessert.
Nobu Omakase: Unique place for culinary discoveries
Nobu at One&Only Cape Town, located on the idyllic Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, offers a stunning ambience that combines Japanese elegance with Peruvian spice. Spread over two floors and with the option of indoor or outdoor seating, Nobu Cape Town allows for a culinary journey led by Michelin-starred chef Nobu Matsuhisa. Whether you opt for the omakase menu or dine à la carte, an unparalleled experience awaits you at Nobu Cape Town.
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