“The philosophy behind Kabuki is simple” says Paul Millist, the enthusiastic Executive Chef at the JW Marriott, Phuket Resort & Spa, “We wanted to offer our guests an upbeat, energetic and exciting modern Japanese experience.”
Mission accomplished. A dinner in this sleek restaurant is a feel-good experience that leaves you grinning for a week. Just like the theatre form after which it is named, Kabuki is all about drama and entertainment - whether you’re watching the flashing blades of the sushi masters at work, having a special sake cocktail made for you at the bar, marvelling at table-side magic tricks or enjoying the mesmerising chop stick ceremony.
Happily the food lives up to the imagination of the service. As the light dims and flaming torches reflect in the restaurant’s lotus pond, guests are treated to exotic sashimi from horse mackerel to sea bass, rich, wholesome udon noodles and, of course, fabulous teppanyaki.