There is a place with pie and elm wooden decoration from the ingenuity of famous Japanese designers. Here you will find dim yellow light and the floral and refreshing smell of sake. It maintains a level of peace and quiet that is extremely different from the noisy, busy and fast-speed city outside. Here, you will find an advanced Japanese restaurant named Nadagogo, located in Wyndham Grand Shenzhen. This restaurant not only satisfies the customer’s desire for food, but also brings them spiritual comforts.
“Nadagogo” takes its name from Japanese Higashinada-ku, which is famous for producing sake. Consequently, one of the specialties of this restaurant is various kinds of Japanese sake. Furthermore, there are five areas in the restaurant —- Kaiseki-Ryori Teppanyaki, Robatayaki, Tempura and Yakitori. When you walk in Nadagogo, the bouquet of sake will lead you to the Yakitori area. Not including the Shio and Kare, which are made from Acorn Pork, hundreds of authentic sake is provided here.
Guests can choose any sake they like with a “Nadagogo Sake Card”. The card allows them to use any of the nine self-service machines selling sake within the Yakitori area. Based on the smell and taste, sake is divided into four categories: floral, refreshing, mellow and aged. Different dishes when accompanied with different sake can make the food taste divine. The staff of Nadagogo are well-trained and they can give professional suggestions about collocation for guests. For example, brown and transport, mild and refreshing sake is one of the best choices for Yakitori. Sake from the self-service machine is 30 ml per cup, which allows customers to try different sake if they are in the mood. Located beside the Yakitori area, each private dining room is named after one of five countries in Nadagogo (Nada-ku, Higashinada-ku, Higashinada-ku, Nishinomiya and Nishinomiya). Each private room has one self-service machine as well.
In addition to sake, Tempura and Robatayaki are core specialties of Nadagogo. Using materials from Japan, Tempura is cooked using an old cooking technique called ‘Edomae’. With thin and crisp cover, the seafood inside tastes sweet and succulent. Robatayaki comes from ancient Japan. When fishermen caught seafood, his or her family sat around a stove and shared the grilled seafood together. Nadagogo also nurtures this warm feeling with the bar around the Robatayaki area. Here, guests can observe how the fresh food ingredients are prepared by watching the masters’ cutting and cooking skills. At the same time, they can chat with masters while drinking sake.
Additionally, Nadagogo has Teppanyaki and Kaiseki-ryori on a seasonal basis. Kaiseki-ryori includes eight to ten dishes including appetizers, soup-stock, sashimi, Yakimono, Nimono, Agemono, staple food, dessert etc.
These traditional and exquisite Japanese cuisine are made by the Nadagogo six-star chef team. The chefs are mainly from Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan and possess multiple years of experience in five-star hotels and Michelin star restaurants. Among them is Sho Ota, the chef of Robatayaki area. Being the proud owner of many awards in Japanese Cuisine and boasting over more ten years of experience as a chef, Sho Ota wants to bring unique Japanese cuisine for customers in the rising city of Shenzhen
Sticking to the principle of “cooking fresh ingredients with heart”, Nadagogo hopes to bring their guests not only delicious traditional Japanese cuisine, but also the inner peace of Japanese culture. Currently, the price is about 1000 RMB per person. During the soft opening period, Nadagogo provided dozens of set meals priced between 80 and 500 RMB. There is a special benefit going on for a limited time only: one delicate gift costs only one cent!
Hopefully, customers will enjoy the supreme service and food. For more information you can dial （0755）88398330 or follow our WeChat official account.