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Book now: Sushi Babe pop-up restaurant

Concept restaurant Babe is decamping to KLCC for a sushi pop up

By Emma Chong Johnston | Published: 7 Nov 2016

Sushi Babe pop-up
Photo: Sushi Babe

For one month only, Chef Jeff Ramsey and his team will be moving from their base at Babe to helm an exclusive, conceptual Japanese restaurant on the upper floor of KLCC staple, the Apartment. Sushi Babe draws on Chef Ramsey's Japanese heritage and experience, with a la carte and omakase menus showcasing the chef's skill with both classic Japanese sushi technique and modern flavours. Plump for a seat at the sushi bar (it's custom-built and seats just six at a time) and have Chef Ramsey personally prepare and talk you through each course of the Omakase (RM398++ per person). Highlights: a tiny bowl of umami buttered rice topped with fresh sea urchin, ikura and king crab; tenshi ebi zukushi, a sushi of blue angel prawns with a crunchy, savoury sprinkling of roast prawn head; aji yakisugi, jack fish smoked with 1000-year-old cedar. 

Sushi Babe will be open at KLCC until December 14; in the meantime, Babe will be undergoing a major refresh at Clearwater and will reopen by the end of the year with a transformed new look and menu. 

Sushi Babe, upper floor, The Apartment at KLCC. November 17-December 14, 2016. Open Mon-Sat, 11am-2pm, 6-10.30pm. Bookings are open now.


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