Azur opens Obu Pan Asian in Princes Square
Obu has recently opened in Glasgow’s Princes Square and serves diners Japanese, Thai and Chinese-inspired dishes including bento boxes. Formerly Azur Bistro, it has 24 covers and serves a variety of sushi, ramen, dim sum, wok and curry options. Obu joins Cranachan and NY Grill which are also owned by the Azur Bistro Limited group.
The space features red leather booths and prints on the walls including The Wave by Japanese artist Hokusai and Chinese Girl by Vladimir Grigoryevich Tretchikoff. The decoration also includes Chinese lanterns and beads.
Company Director Danielle Fleming said, “Following the closure of Azur Bistro, we saw a gap for an Asian restaurant. We wanted to create something to suit Princes Square that would appeal to those looking for more than just one type of Asian dish.”
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