Premier League soccer stars and supermodels converge here for new-style Japanese sashimi with a Peruvian flair at this so-hip-it-hurts Nobu spin-off near Piccadilly. Louder and more fashion-forward than nearby flagship Nobu on Park Lane, this younger sibling cleans up nicely with a combined ground-floor scene bar, a first-floor restaurant, and a West End nightclub vibe. Once safely past the burly security guys and firmly seated, the beautiful people go bananas for miso
black cod, California sushi rolls, yellowtail sashimi, Bento boxes, chargrilled peppers, and Wagyu beef. It's worth it if you enjoy Japanese food and people watching.