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Nobu Berkeley Street

Nobu Berkeley Street Review

Soccer stars, supermodels, the F1 crowd, and global fashion-bods pay silly money for new-style sashimi (with a Peruvian touch) at this so-hip-it-hurts Nobu spin-off near Piccadilly. Louder, more thumping, and more fashion-forward than nearby flagship Nobu on Park Lane, this 200-cover younger sibling triples up successfully with a combined ground-floor scene bar, a first-floor cat-walk of a restaurant, and a wraparound late '90s West End nightclub vibe. Once safely past security and firmly seated, the oh-so-beautiful people go bananas for miso black cod, California sushi rolls, tuna teriyaki, yellowtail sashimi, dinky Bento boxes, mighty grilled peppers, and extortionate Wagyu beef. Prices are midtown Tokyo-extreme, but the white-hot people-watching is just soooo good.

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 03-06-2014

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