View of the bar at Japanese restaurant Kuu in Nômade Tulum, Mexico, featuring counter and seating for guests, with people sitting and ordering at the bar, Japanese food chefs attending, and a well-lit and decorated atmosphere.

THE ART OF JAPANESE CUISINE

KUU

Japanese-style fish dish served at Japanese restaurant Kuu in Nômade Tulum, Mexico, presented on a luxurious plate and accompanied by Japanese chopsticks.
Japanese-style fish dish served at Japanese restaurant Kuu in Nômade Tulum, Mexico, presented on a luxurious plate and accompanied by Japanese chopsticks.
Japanese-style fish dish served at Japanese restaurant Kuu in Nômade Tulum, Mexico, presented on a luxurious plate and accompanied by Japanese chopsticks.

Kuu is a Japanese expression that refers to the connection between space, emptiness and an opportunity for limitless creativity.

Embark on a personalized Japanese culinary journey and experience the artistry cuisine of chef Hirokazu Sato in the omakase style – a form of Japanese dining in which guests “leave it up” to the Chef to provide a tailored menu based on seasonality and available ingredients at their finest.

SCHEDULE:

OPEN WEDNESDAY TO MONDAY
Lunch 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Omakase Experience 6:00 pm & 8:00pm
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED
ONLY TWO SITTINGS AVAILABLE PER DAY

Person using a torch to heat a dish at Japanese restaurant Kuu in Nômade Tulum, Mexico.
Person using a torch to heat a dish at Japanese restaurant Kuu in Nômade Tulum, Mexico.
Person using a torch to heat a dish at Japanese restaurant Kuu in Nômade Tulum, Mexico.
Long bar and chairs in luxurious and sophisticated Japanese restaurant called Kuu at Nômade Tulum, Mexico.
Long bar and chairs in luxurious and sophisticated Japanese restaurant called Kuu at Nômade Tulum, Mexico.
Long bar and chairs in luxurious and sophisticated Japanese restaurant called Kuu at Nômade Tulum, Mexico.

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