Freshness and innovation are the hallmarks of this flagship restaurant of Nobu Matsuhisa's empire. The prolific chef-restaurateur's surprisingly modest-looking place draws celebrities and serious sushi buffs alike. Reflecting his past stint in Peru, Matsuhisa incorporates intriguing Latin ingredients into traditional Japanese cuisine. Here you can encounter such dishes as the Chilean sea bass with foie gras, scallop sashimi with black garlic sauce and kiwi, or kampachi
served with agua de chili. Daring diners should ask for the omakase, a seven-course chef selected menu for an amazing culinary experience (with a tab to match).
Apr 23, 2003
Sweet Lord that was some tasty eating! don't miss it. I had some sort of squah boat thing and some sort of shrimp ceviche thing and tuna tataki...and I am not even a sushi fan! I want more! just go there! Now!