So what do you do when your hen do falls on Eid?
Well my friend decided that splashing out on dinner at Nobu, where we would spend the equivalent of what we would have drunk, was the perfect solution! It being the day before #MinyWedding this was good – no hangovers – and bad – we almost didn’t fit in our outfits!!
After a mocktail of Yuzu and Pear (free mocking from the waiter with every order lol!) we then ate our way through the Nobu menu at the Atlantis on the Palm.
I think this is the only hen do where the Bride had to do sushi shots:
I got a bit carried away with trying everything, from the signature black cod with miso, to the superb raw dressed fish and fusion dishes, such as the tacos and rice squares, to actually take many photos…
We were well taken care of by our waiter who selected a range of dishes from the menu for us to share on the table and then surprised us with a special dessert for Miki.
Everything was beautifully presented, as you would expect with high end & Japanese, and the food was so good we stuffed ourselves with it! The sauces were a highlight for me – everything from the miso glaze to wasabi and shiitake was amazing.
So glad to get to experience this and also visit the Atlantis Hotel and it’s huge aquarium and get to go on the Palm for the first time!
Bintu Hardy says
Oh man, sounds like you had a rather fab meal.I wanna go visit too.
It was amazing – so glad we didn't have to pay for alcohol too though! It was good to try some of their signature dishes – all the raw dressed fish was sublime and the cooked dishes superb – loved the sauces!
Great collection of pics from the hen do Katie – thanks for sharing! I think Miki was probably happier with sushi shots than the normal kind… 😉
Katie Hughes says
haha you are probably right Jonny, it made for a hangover-less wedding the next day which is always good 🙂