Dubai is a strange city. And we say strange we meant in a good way. Imagine sitting in a restaurant one afternoon having your meal and the royal family of Dubai pop up outta nowhere. Yes, this is exactly what diners at Nobu, Palm Atlantis experienced on a Sunday afternoon. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid graced the renowned Japanese restaurant with his presence and surprised the people present there.
Nobu Guests Are Surprised By A Royal Visitor
Your Highness Vice President, Prime Minister of the UAE, and Ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum made another unaccompanied trip to a Japanese eatery in Dubai. The ruler was sighted this time in the Japanese restaurant Nobu Dubai.
High Highness and his family love to eat is what we understand. We have heard many times about the members of the Royal Family visiting such restaurants. The last we heard was Sheikh Hamdan and friends visiting a Japanese restaurant, SUSHISAMBA. Seems like a hint that the Royal family loves Japanese cuisine. Even the celebrated Chef Izu Ani has posted about the father-son duo entering his restaurants in Dubai a lot of times.
Sheikh Mohammed’s humility has come to represent Emirati leadership and intelligence. The leader has demonstrated to us that modesty always wins, as is clear from his small acts of kindness that have won the admiration and hearts of those all around the world.
More About The Japanese Restaurant, Nobu
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At the Atlantis, The Palm, Nobu is tucked between the serene Arabian Gulf’s azure waves and the magnificent Dubai skyline.
The restaurant provides an unrivalled view of the ocean in addition to, of course, a memorable dining experience.
The eatery has been chosen by the Michelin Guide as one of the top restaurants in Dubai. For a unique dining experience, the restaurant serves renowned Japanese food with a Peruvian touch. With the breathtaking views of the Palm and the skyline of Dubai Marina, expect an upgraded Nobu Dubai experience. Enjoy the greatest sushi in Dubai as well as Nobu Matsuhisa’s famous black cod miso, premium wagyu beef tacos, and other Japanese specialities.
So next time if you wish to see royalty, visit the high-end restaurants in Dubai.
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