Dining suitable for a homely goddess? Nigella Lawson's favorite restaurant to sell sushi experiences that cost $ 1,000
- Nigella visited Icebergs on Bondi Beach in June and said it was her favorite
- The restaurant works with a respected Tokyo chef to serve high-end sushi
- The menu contains 20 to 30 courses and starts with a hand-roll tuna collar
Nigella Lawson's favorite restaurant is planning to sell customers a sushi experience for $ 1,000.
Iceberg's Dining Room and Bar, at Bondi Beach, will host Tokyo-based chef Hiroyuki Sata for two days in October to celebrate Good Food Month.
The menu contains 20 to 30 courses and starts with a hand-roll tuna collar that must be eaten within 10 seconds of serving.
For two days in October for Good Food Month, Icebergs (photo) Bondi Beach restaurant will host Tokyo-based chef Hiroyuki Sata for a chic sushi experience
When she first arrived in Sydney on her last trip in June, Nigella said she went straight to the Bondi Beach location, Icebergs, which she later described as her & # 39; favorite restaurant in the world & # 39 ;.
Nigella said she ate oysters with Campari soft drinks, as well as swordfish with ginger and tuna with roe deer and fingerlime.
Later she returned two more times and enjoyed steak with fries and salad.
When she first arrived in Sydney on her last trip in June, Nigella said she went straight to the Bondi Beach location Icebergs – which she later described as her & # 39; favorite restaurant around the world & # 39;
Icebergs & # 39; chef Monty Koludrovic said he did an event with Hiroyuki last year, but the menu was limited.
& # 39; I felt we could have done more, so I told him: & # 39; & # 39; What if we build your restaurant in our restaurant and we offer the same experience that you offer? & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; Mr Koludrovic said to The Sydney Morning Herald.
& # 39; But instead of being on the fourth floor of an office building in Ginza, are the guests over the ocean? & # 39;
& # 39; At that time I realized that we may have the best sushi restaurant in the world for the two days that Hiroyuki will be here. & # 39;
Icebergs & # 39; chef Monty Koludrovic said the menu will have 20 to 30 courses and starts with a hand-roll tuna collar that should be eaten within 10 seconds of serving (stock photo)
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