$138 per person

Get amongst the theatre of robata dining with MASU's first-ever masterclass under the guidance of Nic Watt. You'll enjoy five courses that capture the best of Japanese flavours, all while seated in front of the warm glow of the robata embers.

This unique experience combines the traditional theatre of robata dining with culinary artistry from Nic. You'll get a front-row seat at the robata counter, where Nic will demonstrate his signature Japanese techniques and prepare a specially curated menu for you.

Embrace the ambiance, sounds, and smells of the open-fire charcoal grill, and savour dishes that showcase the immense talents of our team. With strictly limited seating, this is a must-attend event for food enthusiasts and Japanese cuisine lovers.


What is robata dining?
Robata dining, derived from the Japanese word "robatayaki" (炉端焼き), refers to a traditional Japanese style of grilling that is typically done over an open flame or hot coals. This style of cooking uses the premium charcoal, binchotan, prized for burning hotter than any other charcoal while not producing smoke. The setup for robata involves multiple layers of steel racks or grills, with food placed over the coals and a team of chefs basting the morsels to carefully regulate the temperature until each is cooked to perfection.


Park for free at SkyCity when you eat, stay or play

For a limited time, you can park for free at SkyCity when you Eat, Stay or Play. Just spend $40 at any SkyCity restaurant or bar and have the host validate your carpark ticket Find out more ways to get free parking at SkyCity by clicking here


$2 per hour to a max of $12 on weekends and a $12 flat rate for weekday evenings at The Civic car park. Find out more

Last updated: 13 May 2024