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.
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15 Berkeley StreetMayfairLondonW1J 8DY
Super trendy and super loud. Restaurant has two levels and it's packed, like a night club! Service is plentiful, fast and efficient. Food come out quickly after ordering. We took the liberty of ordering 4 dishes at a time , tapa style to share, as we didn't know how much we were gonna eat. Each dish were delicious! Love the Octopus Carpaccio and the Waygu Beef, as the most memorable dishes....more
Always an amazing experience at Nobu but especially this one! Came here on Halloween and the place was creatively decorated. We sat upstairs and had amazing service. The seating was a little odd because it seems that they try to stuff a bunch of tiny tables in one spot. The drinks are always to die for as is the desert. This location is literally in the heart of Mayfair and the crowd is pretty...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
There's a reason why it's so hard to get a booking at Zuma and yet it's so easy at nobu...
It didn't start well. We were a group of 3, there were a fair few tables empty and yet we were given a tight tiny table for 2. I refused such a bad table and was given a proper sized table.
Service was terrible, slow and quite frankly useless from start to end.
At an early evening booking, how do you...more