Time Out Says
Dubai is not short of Asian-fusion restaurants, but Namu – billed as a “Japanese/Korean culture clash” – is perhaps the most exciting and intriguing. It’s set high up in the new W Dubai, where floor-to-ceiling windows provide a bird’s eye view of the city. There’s an extensive menu packed full of well-thought out dishes and unusual ingredients. The menu is divided into sections including “fire” (grills) and “ice” (sashimi).Go for the salmon and avocado maki roll, which is delicately flavoured with a hint of wasabi and Granny Smith apple. The chicken yaki tori, smothered in a sticky, sweet sauce, is delicious. Dessert has an abundance of great-sounding dishes, but try the chocolate mochi, which is rich and indulgent. Staff are enthusiastic and friendly and the prices are decent for the standard and setting.
By Time Out Dubai staff | 02 May 2017
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