Nobu Berkeley St houses a glamorous restaurant and stylish lounge bar. Nobu Matsuhisa and executive chef Mark Edwards have created a menu which includes Nobu's classic dishes as well as many new items, some of which are cooked in a Japanese wood-burning oven.
Perfect for a celebration, there is also a Hibachi table which seats 8 to 12 and incorporates three grills upon which the table's specially trained staff orchestrate your Hibachi experience, a spectacle that is both entertaining and delicious.
|Typical meal price:||From £41.00 (USD51.48) per diner|
£41 and over
Venue Details & Map
15 Berkeley StreetMayfairLondonW1J 8DY
I visited Nobu on New Year's Day, which could have been a risky move but it paid off as it was amazing. The restaurant was full and service was a bit on the slow side to start but once we got our food it was game on. My friend and I ordered two bento boxes, the classic and the deluxe and shared them between us as well as some California crab rolls as well. It was plenty of food and we couldn't...more
This particular Nobu restaurant seems to have lost quite a bit of its exclusivity and high standards in terms of service. Been to the NY location a few years ago and me and my family were extremely impressed!
Therefore, went today and was really looking forward to it. We were welcomed and everything was good, bathroom didn't look like the NY location at all, just very simple and generic.
How can you go wrong with Nobu? Great location for dinner and drinks, whether it be with friends, cowormers, or that special someone. Service was impeccable which you could expect for the price you pay. Have been to several other locations like las Vegas and San Diego, CA with lavish decorations and decor. This location seemed a bit lacking with the "wow" factor decor-wise. The food however is...more
No doubt NOBU is always a nice place, just about anywhere you go.
This specific location is in the heart of Mayfair, which by default makes the crowed a good and professional one.
Food is very creative and original with a twist for just about every plate.
Service is very good.
Downstairs has only a bar (cool one) and a large couch seating lounge. Big stairs takes you to upstairs, where...more
Erm... Where to start? So much to say...
So we decided to do the very cliche thing - go to Nobu for Valentines Day! We dont really put much importance on Valentines day, its more an excuse for a fancy dinner! However we did have high expectations in terms of food. I remember many moons ago being repeatedly told by a friend in Rome that Nobu was the best restaurant in London. I remember...more