Sushi connoisseurs, celebrities, and tourists pack this Atlantis restaurant night after night. The rock shrimp and tomato ceviche and the yellowtail sashimi with jalapeño are Nobu favorites, but this restaurant also takes advantage of fresh Bahamian seafood—try the lobster shiitake salad or the cold conch shabu-shabu with Nobu sauces. The central dining room is surrounded by a Japanese pagoda and guests seated at a long, communal sushi bar can watch chefs work.
Royal Towers, Atlantis, Paradise Island, New Providence Island, Bahamas
Mar 17, 2009
We rely heavily on Fodor's to choose restaurants when we travel. Nobu was our only disappointment the week we visited Nassau. Its the only restaurant I wouldn't visit again. As a group we ordered entrees, soups, salads, and sides. There was no order to service. 5 of us ordered the Chillean Sea Bass, which was very good. My wife ordered Tenderloin Toban Yaki, which was also very good. The problem was that 2 of the Sea Bass dishes, and my wife's beef
came out before salads. My guess is that a party of 2 would find the restaurant much more accommodating (we had a party of 10). But we went with 10 to 6 other restaurants. This one was the weakest.