7-Course Japanese Fine Dining Experience - $59 for Romantic Bayside Japanese Dinner for 2 including 7 Courses to Share, 2 Desserts, and 2 Glasses of Wine or Sake at Nami Restaurant ($125 value)
- 7 delicious Japanese fusion dishes to share, including grilled king prawns, tempura and dumplings
- 2 indulgent seasonal desserts
- 2 glasses of premium house wine or sake
- Finest-quality, fresh, natural ingredients
- Stunning panoramic views of Port Phillip Bay
- Beautiful, relaxed dining atmosphere
- Stylish new restaurant
- 1 voucher per couple
- Valid for 3 months
- Booking required by phone: (03) 9646 0707
honeymoons and mortgage stress, dinner is more enjoyable when shared with
somebody special. Celebrate the joys of partnership with today’s deal: $59 for
a romantic Japanese fusion dinner for two, with seven tantalising courses to
share, two seasonal desserts, and two glasses of wine or sake at Nami
Restaurant ($125 value).
Hungry folk fox-trot their lovers down to stunning Port Philip Bay for a Japanese taste sensation, sure to set relationships sizzling like the heat of wasabi on lips. Stress instantly dissipates in the relaxed, elegant surrounds, where patrons can drink in the panoramic water views before wetting whistles with two glasses of premium house wine or sake. The banquet continues with seven mouth-watering dishes to share, including moreish edamame, grilled salt and pepper king prawns with oyster mushrooms, succulent pan-seared lamb cutlets with homemade Nami sauce, mouth-watering pork and chicken dumplings, silky salmon tataki, and a delicious selection of tempura. As scrumptious share plate number seven settles into satisfied tums, dining duos will be treated to two seasonal desserts crafted with the finest quality natural produce and plenty of love.
Nami Restaurant is a stylish new venture from the owners of popular R. Bar, a popular function venue situated upstairs from the restaurant. Nami’s tasteful design, peaceful atmosphere, expert chefs and well-equipped wine bar make it the perfect destination for candlelit dinners, drinks with friends and long contemplative evenings spent sipping sake and memorising haikus.