If you're looking for somewhere special to celebrate this Christmas, but aren't looking for that usual turkey affair, then come and discover a festive Japanese feast at KIBOU Japanese Kitchen & Bar.

KIBOU sushi sharing platter with a flight of sake.

Throughout Christmas, KIBOU are running a range of festive sharing menus alongside their much-loved regular dishes. Perfect for family, friends or get-togethers of any kind, these menus run from the 20th November and are great for groups of 6 or more.

Dive into platters of freshly made sushi and sashimi, alongside dishes such as tempura king prawns in a miso sweet chilli sauce, crispy cauliflower florets marinated in sake and shichimi togarashi, and a selection of deliciously filled pillowy bao buns.

And for those looking for a more decadent twist, there’ll be a range of seriously indulgent specials on the menu throughout the festive season too.

Throw in one (or two!) of their cutest-ever festive cocktails, and a Japanese-whisky flight to end your evening, and we think sushi and Santa should definitely be on your Christmas wish list this year!

There are three different sharing menus on offer at KIBOU, including a Classic, Vegetarian and Special Festive menu.

Prices start from £35 per person with dessert.

To view all the Festive Menus at KIBOU and book your table visit Kibou Japanese Kitchen & Bar website.
All Christmas menus run from 20th November.

Gift Ideas: Give the gift of sushi this Christmas!

A KIBOU gift card makes the ideal Christmas present for any sushi-loving friend or family member.

Choose from either a monetary gift card, or opt for an exclusive KIBOU experience – with gift cards now available for our Afternoon Tea or sushi sharing platter with a flight of sake. Either purchase online as a digital or physical gift card, or pop into the restaurant to buy.


KIBOU Japanese Kitchen & Bar
Food at KIBOU Cheltenham

KIBOU is a Japanese hot kitchen, ramen and sushi bar. Inspired by the nostalgia of Tokyo’s bustling backstreets, it’s a laid back, eclectic, day-to-night eating and drinking den that fuses canteen-style dining with the golden age of Japanese whisky, sake and cocktail seduction.



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