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Nigella Lawson’s favourite restaurant to sell plates of sushi costing $1000

Dining fit for a Domestic Goddess? Nigella Lawson’s favourite restaurant to sell sushi experience costing $1000

  • Nigella visited Icebergs on Bondi Beach in June and said it was her favourite 
  • The restaurant is partnering with a respected Tokyo chef to serve high-end sushi 
  • The menu will feature 20 to 30 courses and start with a handroll of tuna collar 

Nigella Lawson’s favourite restaurant is planning on selling customers a sushi experience for $1000. 

For two days in October, Icebergs Dining Room and Bar, in Bondi Beach, will host acclaimed Tokyo-based chef Hiroyuki Sata, to celebrate Good Food Month

The menu will feature 20 to 30 courses and start with a handroll of tuna collar which must be eaten within 10 seconds of being served.    

For two days in October for Good Food Month, the Bondi Beach restaurant, Icebergs (pictured), will host acclaimed Tokyo-based chef Hiroyuki Sata for a fancy sushi experience

When she first arrived in Sydney on her latest trip in June, Nigella said she made straight for the Bondi Beach establishment, Icebergs – which she later described as her ‘favourite restaurant in the whole world.’

Nigella said she dined on oysters with Campari sodas, as well as swordfish with ginger and tuna with roe and fingerlime.

She later returned twice more and enjoyed steak with chips and salad.   

When she first arrived in Sydney on her latest trip in June, Nigella said she made straight for the Bondi Beach establishment, Icebergs - which she later described as her 'favourite restaurant in the whole world'

When she first arrived in Sydney on her latest trip in June, Nigella said she made straight for the Bondi Beach establishment, Icebergs – which she later described as her ‘favourite restaurant in the whole world’

Icebergs’ chef Monty Koludrovic said he did an event with Hiroyuki last year but the menu on offer was limited.  

‘I felt we could have done more, so I put it to him,”What if we build your restaurant in our restaurant and we offer the same experience you provide?”’ Mr Koludrovic told The Sydney Morning Herald.

‘But, instead of being on the fourth floor of a Ginza office building, guests will be out over the ocean?’ 

‘At that point I realised that we could potentially have the best sushi restaurant in the world for the two days Hiroyuki will be here.’

Icebergs' chef Monty Koludrovic said the menu will feature 20 to 30 courses and start with a handroll of tuna collar which must be eaten within 10 seconds of being served (stock photo)

Icebergs’ chef Monty Koludrovic said the menu will feature 20 to 30 courses and start with a handroll of tuna collar which must be eaten within 10 seconds of being served (stock photo)

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