Few Sunday activities are as divine as an afternoon perusing the beautiful shelves of department store Faradays, before finding a cosy spot at Faraday’s Bar to enjoy its Omakase Sundays special — a delicious Omakase Nigiri Box (made by renowned private chef Anthony Price) paired with crisp flutes of Veuve Clicquot’s La Grande Dame Champagne. Price’s take on a colourful yet refined Nigiri Box features the finest ingredients from around the world, including New Zealand kingfish, Mount Cook alpine salmon and deepwater scampi, Hokkaido scallop with ikura, A4 Wagyu beef with crayfish aioli and truffle fries, and zebra cuttlefish ink tamagoyaki with crayfish mayo and Oscietra caviar. The only thing that could make it better, is if it were available the whole weekend…
Enter Weekends at No. 8. Marking the expansion of the extremely popular Omakase Sundays special so that it is able to be ordered all weekend, this delectable new development offers a more interactive twist, where the Champagne pairing is optional, and a new Temaki Box has been added to the mix. The Tamaki Box will comprise a selection of superbly fresh ingredients for customers to hand roll their own sushi with whatever flavour combinations they prefer, and is sure to become a fast favourite. And while we certainly didn’t need another reason to visit this luxurious Parnell spot, we’ll happily take one. (You know where to find us this weekend.)
To celebrate this new menu development, we are giving one lucky Denizen the chance to win Faraday’s Bar’s new Omakase Temaki Box experience for them and three friends, to enjoy with a bottle of Veuve Clicquot La Grande Dame 2008.
This competition is now closed.
8 Faraday Street
(09) 217 1017