Comprised of multiple and very distinct spaces, the restaurant houses a sushi bar, a formal dining room and a lush outdoor garden patio. The seductive yet whimsical design scheme includes a life size gold statue of a gorilla greeting guests, an oversized faux rhino head sculpture with the phrase "Me So Horny" and a mural by artist Juan Rozas rounds out the eclectic space.
A sushi bar helmed by Nobu alums churn out a menu of traditional sashimi, nigiri and maki rolls alongside Izakaya-style small plates - alongside a well-curated selection of sakes by the glass and bottles as well as a selection of Japanese beers and themed cocktails. In the main dining room, fresh nigiri and sashimi cuts flown in daily along are offered alongside a menu of maki rolls, small Izakaya-style plates and larger main dishes. Open Monday to Saturday, 6pm to 12am.
The Mandrake maki roll featuring crab, salmon, hamachi, blue fin tuna and a creamy jalapeño sauce; pan seared duck gyozas pan with ponzu kaffir lime leaf and a whole fish tempura with sweet & sour, ginger scallion sauce and a grilled 32-ounce Tomahawk ribeye steak with mustard seed sauce, gochujang sauce, rocoto negi sauce, shiso & chimichurri sauce.
Mandrake’s cocktail program pays homage to hip hop culture with named cocktails including the Future Hendricks (Hendricks Gin, St. Germain, Fresh cucumber, mint, matcha tea, lemon) and the Meek Dills (Belvedere Vodka, Soho lychee liquor, Fresh Dill, lime).