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NEW ORDER: Tsunami head chef Akio Kitakawa (left), owner Brett Carboni and Fuku head chef Tetsuya Sakamoto. Photo: Annaliese Frank

Carboni goes top shelf with intimate Fuku

Brett Carboni has Nobu in his sights with the appointment of a new head chef and the opening of a fine-dining restaurant in Mosman Park.

BRETT Carboni says the arrival in Perth of international Japanese restaurant, Nobu, at the start of the year was a game-changer.

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