kuro means black > a shade

of mystery, of sensuality, of

parts unknown. in these silky

shadows, a journey starts.

kuro means black > a shade of mystery, of sensuality, of parts unknown. in these silky shadows, a journey starts.

Step off Flinders Lane, past the kaleidoscopic window and through the vast, tinted door. Walk up to our first floor. Find Kuro.

Wind your way through three rooms, each with a different mood and experience.

The Table

Kuro’s elegant Kaiseki room is referred to by us as simply, The Table. Seating up to 12 guests, our Kaiseki is a creative and intimate Japanese dining experience presented by our master chefs.

Private Dining

Our two private dining rooms offer an uncompromisingly secluded dining experience. Adorning the walls is the work of Japan’s Nobuyoshi Araki – a famed photographer with an obsession for the sensual and provocative.

Winewall™

Elsewhere, Kuro’s formidable Winewall houses over 1000 of the world’s most sought-after wines and a selection of rare sake and whisky. The all glass Winewall envelopes the room with both new and old world wines, meticulously curated and collected with careful consideration to provenance.

Chablis Bar

Adding lustre to the wall is Kuro’s Chablis Bar: our celebration of the world’s purest expression of chardonnay. Our selection of Chablis is offered by the glass or bottle – as you’ll soon discover, it pairs famously with sashimi.

Kuro Kisumé is about the journey: one that’s tailored to you, no matter what your taste or preference may be. Simply take the stairs up to Kuro, and allow us to take care of the rest.