We’ve got 99 problems, but sushi’s not one

Three years since it first rolled into Abu Dhabi with its fine-dining Japanese cuisine, 99 Sushi Bar and Restaurant is now set to open its Dubai doors in July.

The Japanese restaurant has become synonymous with its avant-garde cuisine and premium ingredients. The striking interiors with luxurious black and gold tones that have been impressing guests in the capital will be replicated in the new Dubai location. In typical 99 Sushi fashion, the venue will have seating for 99 guests between the indoor dining room and outside terrace, with additional capacity in the lounge.

While the capital has the waterfront views of Al Maryah Island, 99 Sushi Bar in Dubai is situated within the Address Downtown Hotel, and it will overlook the world’s tallest building – the Burj Khalifa. Talk about dinner with a view!

The secret of the Japanese cuisine at 99 Sushi Bar revolves around the use of premium ingredients and the a la minute preparation of dishes, encouraging immediate consumption to promote freshness.

A peek at the new menu suggests all the signature dishes are present and correct including the Gunkan Sushi and Spicy Tuna Tartar, which uses the salted and fermented vegetables of kimchi partnered with cool tuna chunks and a crisp texture in the form of shoestring chips. The Foie Gras Nigiri is likely to have Dubai diners queuing our of the door for a taste of grilled foie served with raspberry and a thick sweet dipping sauce – an ambitious creation for sure.

As a new concept for Dubai, the soon-to-open 99 Sushi Bar looks to make a bold impression and become an essential addition to the dining options in Downtown Dubai. Perfectly slotting into a high-end niche, this is a venue that secretes a luxury feel from the very fabric of the building. Get your reservations in now! ✤

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