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Nobu Fifty Seven

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  • Japanese, Sushi, Cocktails
  • 40 W 57th St, New York NY10019 40.763783 -73.976025
  • (Btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
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  • (212) 757-3000
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User Ratings (Based on 35 reviews)

3.605
Food 4.1 Value 3.0
Service 3.7 Atmosphere 3.6

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 757-3000
Fax:
fax
(212) 757-6330
Website:
www.noburestaurants.com/fifty-seven
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC Bar Lounge Hours Mon-Sat: 11:45am-12am Sun: 5pm-11pm
Hours:
Mon-Sat: 11:45am-2:15pm+5:45pm-11:15pm Sun: 5:45pm-10:15pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Business Dining, Group Dining, People Watching, Tasting Menu, Trendy, Raw Bar, Bar Scene, Online Reservations, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Nobu Fifty Seven

    Posted by missegee on 04/19/2006

    Best of the Nobu's

    The freshest everything this city has to offer. It's hard parting with your money but this place is well worth it.

  • Nobu Fifty Seven

    Posted by experienced on 01/17/2006

    Real Wasabi is an extra charge!

    Don't go for Japanese food, go for good food! I went expecting mediocre overrated Japanese food, but I left satiated and well fed beyond my expectations, due in large part to our excellent server.

  • Nobu Fifty Seven

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/11/2006

    Picky Eater

    Went here for my cousin's birthday dinner. We had a great time. Ambience: NYC chic, very nice, modern, clean cut spacious. Food: Go for the HOT food, the sushi is not what it's about. I had the Beef special, very good but too small for the price (32 for 2 ounces). Cousin had the rock shrimp - Delicious, a friend had the Black Cod which was delicious as well. We had yummy chocolate desserts and a good, relatively cheap (50) bottle of wine. The experience was enjoyable for five young girls. It is expensive, but everyone knows that going in so don't complain. The food is good, the atmosphere is great, and the service was also very good. I would recommend it for a special occasion with a casual but upscale feel.

  • Nobu Fifty Seven

    Posted by Anonymous on 11/19/2005

    What is the fuss?

    Black Cod with Miso was very good. None of the 8 people at the table received their food at the same time. LOUD! The bill was as high as the place was loud! None of us could hear each other at our table. Desserts were tasty. Nobody had to loosen their belt at the end of the meal.

  • Nobu Fifty Seven

    Posted by No, Boo! on 10/22/2005

    Show Biz, Not Japanese Food

    On a recent visit to Nobu 57, Japanese diners were conspicuous by their absence. No accident, since what's served at Nobu is minimalist fashion cuisine at maximalist prices tagged with exotic Japanese names. Mind you, the food, whatever you call it, isn't bad - after you locate the tiny portion somewhere on that gargantuan plate. Still, the (very noisy) cafeteria was mobbed and the herd seemed to be enjoying themselves but that was before they were served the check. Which only goes to prove that this sort of flash is what many New Yorkers and visitors are willing to pay through the nose for. Fair enough, but if you go prepare to leave either broke, hungry or both.

  • Nobu Fifty Seven

    Posted by DrCubber on 08/07/2005

    The Best!

    I've said it before and I'll say it again: Nobu is the best restaurant in the world bar none. A terrific addition to midtown.

  • Nobu Fifty Seven

    Posted by Incredible on 08/04/2005

    Better than Downtown

    Went here last Sat. First Saturday since they opened. Service was great. Sushi was amazing. Just as good as Hudson St. Nobu is by far the best in the city possibly the country. There were a few dishes they did not have at the new location like the tuna on miso chips. That was bit disappointing. Otherwise it was great. Much larger space. Great decor. I will come back as soon as I can get a reservation.

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