Netsu, the Japanese concept from Australian chef Ross Shonhan has launched a new weekend lunch menu.
Aimed in contrast to the traditional Dubai weekend brunches, the Mandarin Oriental Jumeira restaurant will offer a range of Japanese street food favourites such as ramen, katsu sandos, and udon.
Netsu uses the traditional warayaki technique of cooking over flames, using straw to impart a distinctive smoky flavour.
“We wanted Netsu to break the mould of Japanese restaurants in Dubai, showcasing different styles of cooking with the warayaki technique and different parts of both traditional and modern popular Japanese cuisine. But, overall Netsu is meant to be fun, exciting and vibrant. The addition of a weekend lunch menu has given us a chance to introduce some more playful dishes that are currently trending in Japan and are available exclusively at lunchtime, offering a lively Netsu experience during the day.” said Shonhan.
Netsu will be open from noon at the weekends for customers to enjoy the new lunch menu.