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  • Japanese, Sushi
  • 105 Hudson St, New York NY10013 40.719524 -74.00901
  • (At Franklin St)
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  • (212) 219-0500
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User Ratings (Based on 80 reviews)

3.975
Food 4.3 Value 3.4
Service 4.1 Atmosphere 4.0

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 219-0500
Fax:
fax
(212) 219-1441
Website:
www.myriadrestaurantgroup.com
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 11:45am-2:15pm+5:45pm-10:15pm Sat: 5:45pm-11pm
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, Take Out, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Nobu

    Posted by Manhattan Girl on 10/12/2006

    Top Japanese restaurant

    The food at Nobu is spectacular. But be warned: stay away from sushi as this is not a sushi place. We had the tasting menu and the food was just amazing. Black miso cod is to die for! If you book, make sure to ask for a table away from the door. There are some tables that are virtually in the entry hall. Overall, a great dining experience that is not cheap but not at all overpriced.

  • Nobu

    Posted by Jay on 08/17/2006

    An escape from the city

    I was here 2 weeks ago and all I can say is sensory overload! I started with rock shrimp tempura [mildly crunchy, great taste] Yellowtail Sashimi w/ Jalapeno Sauce [I am still dreaming of it] Sashimi Salad [amazing dressing]. Each dish was fresh, delicate and gorgeous.

  • Nobu

    Posted by anonymous on 08/16/2006

    Excellent!

    I went to Nobu for the very first time and didn't think I would be very impressed because I figure sushi is just sushi - well I was wrong! The food was incredible, we had the jalepeno yellowtail, the rock shrimp tempura and the black cod, and I couldn't pick a favorite! Everything was so fresh and delicious. It is a little pricey, but as a treat - it's unbelievable.

  • Nobu

    Posted by First time writing review on 07/17/2006

    Very expensive, but worth the treat

    I went to nobu for a client lunch where everyone had the Omakase (Chef's choice). I highly recommend doing this if you go there; you are served significant portions of all the best items (not limited to sashimi/sushi) available that day. The sashimi was among the freshest and best that I have sampled in NYC (including places such as Masa and Honmura An). The rest of the dishes were delectable and inventive, although my favorite was the more conservative Broiled Black Cod w/ Miso. Despite not having to pay the $65 cost for the lunch Omakase, I would glady go pay that much for a future lunch on my birthday or as a treat to myself. It is hands-down the best japanese food I have ever eaten.

  • Nobu

    Posted by Lycheelover on 07/16/2006

    Love this place!

    I can't recommend Nobu highly enough. It is stylish and posh, but not over the top. The food is simply to die for. The toro tartar is silky sinful goodness. The yellowtail/ jalapeno sashimi is delightful. The miso cod is famous for a reason...it's a must-have. So tender and yummy. The kobe beef is the best I've had anywhere. And the lychee martini made with sake is refreshing and delicious. I just love this place.

  • Nobu

    Posted by Eda-alkan on 06/18/2006

    We liked that

    We went to nobu last night. It was great except slow service. But we didn't mind because we had time to hang out. You should especially try -bento box- it was a dessert. it was yummy. And also we had sushi (we prefer hand roll), chicken teriyaki and shrimp pronzo and a pineapple martini. Everything was great.

  • Nobu

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/15/2006

    Overrated & not spectacular

    Food's ok and not really worth the $$$$. Atmosphere is plain. Waiters can be rude.. when it comes to recommending dishes, it's obvious they've repeated the same lines 1000Xs.. (very monotonous). A one time visit is ok. Skip the martinis and try the house saki.

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