MASU

Cuisine - Good Food Guide - - Auckland -

14.5/20

One of the shin­ing stars in Skyc­ity’s Fed­eral St din­ing precinct, Nic Watt’s Masu is al­ways bustling. The large open-plan, ro­bata grill kitchen and el­e­gant, clean lay­out draws guests who drop in for drinks, snacks and share plate din­ners at this lively cen­tral Auck­land venue. Watt’s ded­i­ca­tion to fresh in­gre­di­ents is ev­i­dent in de­tails like fresh dumpling dough and crispy fresh tem­pura veg­eta­bles, and great at­ten­tion is paid to pre­sen­ta­tion and style, es­pe­cially with sig­na­ture dishes like the stun­ning cedar-roasted Marou cho­co­late and hazel­nut pud­ding with caramel miso ice cream. With a wine and sake list guar­an­teed to suit ev­ery palate, and a knowl­edge­able front-of-house team who are al­ways happy to help, Masu’s pop­u­lar­ity as a cen­tral Auck­land food des­ti­na­tion is as­sured.

90 Fed­eral St, City, 09 363 6278, skyc­ityauck­land.co.nz/ restau­rants/masu Lunch & din­ner 7 days; mains $28-$40

Bustling Ja­panese in IN BRIEF the heart of the city

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