The restaurant, made up of 3 storeys, is shaped like a closed oyster shell, accented with river stones and bronze accents to celebrate Doha’s pearl diving past.

The opening of any Nobu restaurant – Kuala Lumpur's included --  has always been greeted with much excitement and fanfare. None perhaps is ever going to compare to its most recent expansion, the one in Four Seasons, Doha. 

Opening its doors for business just this month at the hotel is the world’s largest Nobu restaurant that spans a jaw-dropping 26,000 square feet.

The new restaurant boasts 3 whole levels to itself and is as beautiful on the outside as it is on the inside. Shaped like a closed oyster shell accented with river stones and bronze accents, it is designed by Chef Nobu Matushisa’s own architect David Rockwell, to celebrate Doha’s pearl diving past.


Inside, it seats up to 134 people comfortably complete with a 10-seat sushi counter. Two private rooms, 2 sleek and shiny bars and a one-of-a-kind 38-seat roof top lounge complete the gem of a restaurant that feasts upon a panoramic view of the city and the Arabian gulf.

To celebrate the grand opening, Four Seasons Doha is now offering a special package for those who would like to be among the first to experience the extravagance.

Guests who purchase the ‘Taste of Nobu’ package will get to enjoy a two-night stay in a Premier Room with breakfast, an exclusive Nobu Doha welcome amenity kit upon arrival and an Omakase 10-course Chef’s Tasting Menu for 2 at Nobu Doha. On top of that, they will get to bring home a Nobu cookbook to remember the experience by. 

The package comes with a pricetag starting at $1,275 (around RM4,525). For more information or booking enquiries, log on to the official website here.

(Photos: Nobu Doha; Video: Four Seasons, Doha)

 

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