Kisumé is a pure obsession with beauty. A contemporary experience built on duality - where the traditionalist and the modern artist meet. It draws on the purity of Japanese food culture and injects it with a uniquely Australian sensibility. Here, each visit will be different from the last.
Kisumé offers three levels of dining. There’s a restaurant in the basement and a modern sushi bar on the ground floor. Above this sits Kuro, a bespoke experience that encompasses two private dining rooms where you can enjoy omakase dishes selected by the chef. The first floor also features an elegant Chablis bar and wine wall.
Throughout Kisumé you can enjoy striking and emotive works from famed photographers Nobuyoshi Araki and Polly Borland. Designed by architect Wood Marsh, Kisumé’s clean lines veer toward minimalism, pulling back the mood and heightening the senses for a journey not quite like any other.