Nobu

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Details
105 Hudson St (at Franklin St)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 219-0500
Japanese, Bar, Sushi
$ $ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 11:45 AM–2:15 PM Fri: 11:45 AM–2:15 PM Sat: 5:45 PM–11:15 PM Sun: 5:45 PM–10:15 PM

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  • Our Readers' Choice WINNER for Best Sushi. Their Kumamoto oysters with Maui onion salsa is shockingly good, much like the celebrities you will likely be rubbing elbows with.
  • Everything is really good!!
  • Try , new to menu. Kobe Beef on hot stone. Heats on stone. Juicy tender. 6 sauces. Amazing
  • One of my favorite places. -Jacqueline Laurita, Real Housewives of NJ
  • Japanese-South American fusion restaurant Nobu is best known for its famous owners Iron Chef Nobu Matsuhisa and Robert De Niro and its much-emulated signature dish, miso-marinated black cod.
  • It's tasty japanese food, sushi, tempra.
  • The Best Japanese restaurant I've ever eaten in! Very fine cuisine : definitely one of the highlights of NYC restaurants.
  • Delicious sushi in an upscale, trendy atmosphere. While the sushi is exceptional, the rock shrimp tempura must be ordered as well.
  • Skip the omakasi and head straight to the miso cod. No point in messing around.
  • Healthy, organic caf with a chic vibe,where all the pretty people hang out for breakfast,lunch or dinner.Smoothies,sesame crusted chicken salad & banana pancakes are my favorites.-Stacie Turner, RHDC
  • Yellowtail jalapeo and tuna sashimi salad. Delicious.
  • Owner Nobu Matsuhisa has defined our ideas about upscale Japanese cuisine. Try the rock shrimp tempura with creamy spicy saucehe did invent it, after all.
  • Crispy rice with spicy tuna is a must here .
  • Bellini Martini.. with Akvinta Vodka, Creme de Peche & White Peach Puree
  • The bathroom plays ocean noises so nobody can hear you pooping.
  • It was delicious! Don't worry! They know what they are doing...
  • Get the fluke ! So flavorful and rich
  • They weren't kidding when they said the black cod melts in your mouth. All in all, loved the ambience and food was high quality.
  • Bring corporate card
  • You haven't really had black cod, until you've dunked it in your Asahi. An ancient Japanese tradition known as Coddunk!