Katsuya by Starck | Ramadan in style

Here’s some good news for connoisseurs who can’t get enough of Katsuya’s delectable signatures! The chic new Japanese restaurant that opened doors nearly a fortnight ago will remain open for daytime dining during the holy month of Ramadan. Be it Wagyu Filet with Foie Gras, Seared Tuna with Japanese Salsa, or one of Chef Katsuya’s signature sushi rolls, we’ve got your midday cravings covered. While you’re at it, don’t forget to savour the region’s special Edamame Hummus, Katsuya’s Japanese take on the local favorite.

A delight for all senses, the new Japanese dining destination will be open all day during Ramadan from 12 PM to midnight. Located at a lovely waterfront location in Madinat Jumeirah, Katsuya by Starck is cozily nestled away at the new Jumeirah Al Naseem Hotel, boasting interiors conceptualized by design icon Philippe Starck and gorgeous outdoor seating areas with a view of the Turtle Lagoon.

About Katsuya by Starck

Katsuya by Starck is an artistic union of Master Sushi Chef Katsuya Uechi’s fresh take on Japanese classics with Design Impresario Philippe Starck’s sleek and sultry interiors. The restaurant’s signature Japanese Kanji Symbol ‘Katsu’ meaning ‘victory’ stands true to its name considering the loyal following the restaurant has won over with its inventive combination of Japanese and Californian cuisine. Suited for the American palate and carrying a global appeal, Katsuya is truly a multi-sensorial culinary voyage all through from the East to the West.