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first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterWorld renowned Chef Nobu Matsuhisa has chosen Le Royal Monceau – Raffles Paris to be the home of his first Matsuhisa restaurant in France.Opening in March 2016 under the experienced eye of Executive Chef Hideki Endo and his team of sushi masters, Matsuhisa Paris brings with it a highly contemporary vision of Japanese cuisine; a gastronomic encounter between Asia and Latin America – two cultures dear to the heart of Nobu himself.Nobu commented: “Paris is the capital of gastronomy. I’ve always loved the City of Lights for its energy and its people, so I am delighted to be able to showcase my food to the Parisians. Le Royal Monceau – Raffles Paris combines true elegance with relaxed sophistication – and this atmosphere is mirrored in my restaurant.”Matsuhisa Paris has adopted and adapted the celebrated formula from Nobu’s other restaurants in Beverly Hills, Aspen, Athens, Mykonos and Munich.The extensive and original menu at Matsuhisa Paris invites diners on a unique Peruvian-Japanese culinary adventure with a tempting array of Nobu’s legendary signature dishes including: Albacore Tuna Sashimi with Jalapeño Peppers, Black Cod with Miso, and Sashimi Tacos as well as traditional sushi.Chef Hideki has also worked with exceptional French produce to create innovative dishes: Algae Tacos with Black Truffle, Crispy Oysters with Caviar, Wagyu Beef with Foie Gras Ravioli and Ponzu sauce as well as creating wasabi and aioli sauces. All the dishes are complemented by an expertly chosen menu of sake and exotic cocktails created to pair perfectly with Nobu’s culinary vision.The restaurant seats 100 comfortably and guests can order Nobu’s cuisine with ‘Omakase’, an innovative multi-course menu selected by the Chef on the day to surprise and delight them. Matsuhisa Paris will also feature an ‘Omakase Bar’, an eight-seat live cooking counter. Here, lucky guests will experience an exclusive and utterly memorable gastronomic journey, in close harmony with the Chef. In this very intimate setting, every dish is cooked directly in front of them, so they can see first-hand how some of Nobu’s best-loved Peruvian-Japanese dishes are created.Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img

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