NENI is an uncomplicated place – the dishes are served directly in the pots or placed on the table in a piece of parchment. That way everyone is invited to sample them. Family Molcho’s philosophy for NENI revolves around sharing pleasurable moments. The restaurant serves an eclectic brand of oriental cuisine, coupled with regional influences.
Mon - Fri 12pm - 3pm
Sat + Sun 12.30pm - 3pm
Mon - Sun 5pm - 10pm
However, special rules still apply for visiting our restaurant. In some cases it is necessary to present a negative test or other proof upon arrival. Here we have briefly summarised what applies.
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