Japanese, Sushi, Bar
$ $ $ $
105 Hudson St (at Franklin St)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 219-0500
12:00pm - 10:30pm
12:00pm - 10:30pm
12:00pm - 10:30pm
12:00pm - 10:30pm
12:00pm - 10:30pm
5:30pm - 10:30pm
5:30pm - 10:30pm

When chef Nobu Matsuhisa opened his eponymous restaurant with pal Robert De Niro and restaurateur Drew Nieporent in New York’s TriBeCa neighborhood in 1994, there was no way he could have imagined that more than 20 years later he’d be running 32 affiliated restaurants around the world, as well as six Nobu-branded hotels, with one more, in Bahrain, on the way. But there’s a reason why Nobu has become a household name across the globe, and a visit to the Michelin-starred New York Nobu flagship tells you all you need to know. The design by architect David Rockwell evokes the Japanese countryside while conveying excitement and energy, and the cuisine fuses classical Japanese with that of Peru and Argentina, where Nobu trained. The standout dishes, including yellowtail with jalapeno, lobster with wasabi pepper sauce, and the widely copied black cod with miso, are nothing short of legendary, but if you want to experience them where it all started in TriBeCa, you only have another year to do it. It was reported earlier this year that in 2016, the 9,000 square-foot flagship will be relocating from into a much larger 14,384 square-foot space in the former AT&T building in the heart of the Wall Street/World Trade Center area.

— Arthur Bovino, 101 Best Restaurants, April 1, 2015



  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Delicious sushi in an upscale, trendy atmosphere. While the sushi is exceptional, the rock shrimp tempura must be ordered as well.
  • 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!
  • Black Cod is amazing.

Nearby places

25 N Moore St (at Varick)
195 Broadway (at Dey St)
120 Hudson St (btwn Franklin & Moore St)