Kabuki Japanese Restaurant has recently opened its latest branch in Al Liwan; one of the promising projects in Hamala area in the Northern Governorate, proceeding to receive its customers in its second branch in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Occupying 222 square metres within Al Liwan, the new Kabuki branch specialises in providing the most delicious traditional Japanese food and offers a distinctive tasting experience and a menu with innovative touches of sushi, sashimi, nigiri, wagyu, tempura and other various Asian options prepared by a team of creative chefs, and in served an atmosphere that reflects the ancient Japanese culture and diverse cuisine through a unique ambience.
On the occasion, Seef Properties Chief Executive Officer Mr. Ahmed Yusuf stated: “We are thrilled to open a new branch for Kabuki at Al Liwan, as we are certain that this unique Japanese restaurant will create a distinctive diversity among the varied hospitality options in Al Liwan, which will soon become the preferred destination for citizens, residents and tourists, thanks to its modern elements and its strategic location in Hamala, where Al Liwan continues to attract prominent regional and international brands.”
On his part, Kabuki Director Mr. Yaser Yousuf Bukannan said: “We are proud to have chosen Al Liwan to open our new branch, which serves our future expansion aspirations to provide an exceptional experience of Japanese cuisine. Al Liwan is considered an ideal place for any hospitality project due to its modern facilities surrounded by green spaces and water bodies that add aesthetic features to the entire area. Thanks to our experienced team in cooking the most delicious Japanese dishes and breath-taking decorations, visitors to Al Liwan and our new restaurant will be treated to an unforgettable Asian gastronomic experience.”
Al Liwan is one of the first mixed-use projects of its kind in the Kingdom of Bahrain, offering an exceptional shopping experience in a modern style. The facilities at Al Liwan embody the Bahraini authenticity and cultural heritage. It includes water bodies and vast green spaces, which offer an unmatched atmosphere.
Al Liwan also recently witnessed the inauguration of ‘Yabeela’ entertainment centre, which is the largest of its kind in the Kingdom, in addition to cinema theatres and a distinguished group of restaurants, cafés, retail outlets and other facilities.