Nampu Japanese Restaurant at Grand Hyatt Bali

Hungry Hong Kong
SashimiDaniel Haddad

Craving authentic Japanese cuisine while staying in Nusa Dua? Head to Grand Hyatt Bali and check out Nampu for a selection of your favourite Japanese dishes. With live teppanyaki, a decadent sushi bar, and an authentic yakitori grill you’ll find all you’re craving and more. Set in the luxurious five star resort, a friendly member of staff will walk you through the tranquil venue to your dining table of choice. Perch at the sushi bar, find privacy in one of the tatami rooms, or watch live cooking at the teppanyaki station. The menu is endless, brimming with every style of Japanese fare. Japanese cuisine is a firm favourite with our family so Nampu is always an easy option when staying in the Nusa Dua area.

Favoutire appetizers included the "Hiyayakko" Japanese Tofu, Bonito Flakes, Ginger, Spring Onion, Cucumber and Soy Sauce, the "Wagyu Karubi Salad" Grilled Wagyu Beef Short Rib with Mixed Greens and Sesame Dressing, and the "Sashimi Moriawase" with six different kinds of Sashimi offered.

For mian courses we recommend the Charcoal Grilled "Sake Harasu Yaki" Tasmanian Salmon Belly with Grilled Vegetables and Lemon, the "Nabemono" Hot Pot "Yosenabe" with Assorted Seafood and Chicken Leg, Seasonal Vegetables, Tofu, Shiitake Mushroom, Pickles and Seafood Broth, and the Deep Fried "Ebi Tempura" King Prawns, Vegetables and Tempura Dipping Sauce.

For dessert finish with their Peanut Butter Mousse with Caramelized Banana Walnut, Chocolate Sauce and Chocolate Gelato.

Make sure to pair your meal with a bottle of sake from their impressive collection and check out their seasonal menus for a gastronomic treat.

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