UAE-based Japanese restaurant Atisuto has opened its fourth branch in Dubai. The latest eatery is based in Ibn Battuta Mall, and will be catering to both takeaway and dine-in customers. It will be the first Atisuto restaurant to also contain a bakery.
The new bakery will be attached to the main restaurant, and serve well-known Western bakery dishes (such as pastries and crossiants) but using Japanese flour, and other ingredients. The bakery will mix influences from both the East and the West, creating popular dishes such as their “Japanese cheese cake”. Another example is their “bubble tea” which is created using black tapioca pearl imported from Taiwan. The dish is available in four flavours: classic milk tea, banana chocolate, green envy and passionfruit.
Meanwhile, the restaurant section of the venue will offer the same popular Japanese streetfood dishes as the other outlets in the city.Dishes on the restaurant’s menu include: Atisuto crab sandwich, black cod dynamite, green paradise, salmon carpaccio, soft shell crab and spicy dynamite shrimp, along with traditional ramen, noodles, sushi and maki.
Atisuto Ibn Battuta Mall: delivery
The new Ibn Battuta branch of Atisuto will also offer delivery via atisuto.ae, extending Atisuto’s reach across Dubai to include locations such as Dubai Marina, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai Media City, The Greens, Barsha Heights, Jumeirah Park, Meadows, Springs, Emirates Hills, Discovery Gardens and Jebel Ali Gardens, as well as other nearby neighbourhoods.