Yum Cha

Enjoy Your Next Sunday Yum Cha At MASU By Nic Watt

By Grace Noles
MASU sushi

If there's one cuisine to please any kind of diner, it simply has to be yum cha. What's not to love? Dozens of small plates of every kind of food group lining the lazy Susan, yum cha is designed to hit every taste bud on your tongue.

Nearing the end of 2020, MASU By Nic Watt introduced their Sunday Yum Cha sessions with Champagne Perrier-Jouët and it's proven itself a hit with Kiwi diners. A step above the rest, MASU has upped the yum cha game and created menu of absolute delights, taking your Sundays from dusty to divine.

With celebrated chef Nic Watt at the helm, MASU's menu is a true thing of beauty.

Kick off your yum cha session with their signature sashimi and nigiri, with your choice of options such as tuna, kingfish, snapper, trevally, john dory, and pacific oysters – or if that's simply too hard of a decision, the chef's selection is our favourite option for getting the best fish of the day.

MASU's Perrier-Jouët yum cha trolley (Source: MASU by Nic Watt).

Moving on, help yourself to small dishes from the Perrier-Jouët yum cha trolley including crayfish tacos, beef tataki, cucumber pickled plum maki, soft shell crab maki, and spicy tuna maki.

Each bite-sized piece is served up on a picturesque plate, and perfect for sharing around the table.

If you're after hot dishes, MASU has you covered with a range of their signature dishes, prepared in front of you in the open kitchen. Ordering from the a la carte menu, you can opt for dishes such as their beloved lamb cutlets, black origin wagyu & kimchi gyoza, prawn & mussel okonomiyaki, black cod croquettes, prawn tempura, and an extensive list straight from the robata grill.

Deep-fried Smoked Salmon Inari Pockets (Source: MASU by Nic Watt).

Finally, end your luxurious brunch with any of MASU's favourite desserts.

Our favourite is always the Shiro miso pavlova and MASU's chocolate pudding. However, if you're looking to splurge, we have to put you on to the dessert platter – with enough to please the table, whilst getting to sample each decadent dessert.

Enjoy MASU's impeccable service and stellar food with their fresh dining concept, all with the people you love on a Sunday. As usual, you pay per plate, meaning you get to choose how much you'd like to spend. MASU's Yum Cha brunch is available every Sunday from 11am to 2:30pm. Book your table now!

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