For nearly three decades, Chef Nobu Matsuhisa has been celebrated for his innovated new style Japanese cuisine. By combining his cutting edge creativity with exceptional hospitality in a glamorous setting, his restaurants all over the world have garnered numerous awards and accolades.
Nobu is flashy, expensive, and draws crowds as much for its people-watching as for its food. But it remains a reliable go-to for excellent sushi. The menu features hot and cold plates, so go ahead and try a few of those, including the A5 Wagyu sold by the ounce if someone else is paying. But leave room for the extensive nigiri, sashimi, and maki selections, with classics like tuna and salmon sitting alongside seasonal catches and specials.