Nobu menu prices

Nobu menu prices

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Name: Nobu menu prices

Address: Crown Sydney, Level 2/1 Barangaroo Ave, Barangaroo NSW 2000

Phone: (02) 8871 7171

Website: https://www.crownsydney.com.au/indulge/nobu

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Cuisine: Fine Dining , Japanese

Listed on this page is the Nobu menu for locations throughout Australia.

About the Nobu restaurant menu

If you have a culinary background, the restaurant’s name seems to ring a bell—well, that’s because it was named after Nobuyuki Matsuhisa. He is a prominent Japanese chef that operates at least one restaurant in five continents. Nobu was founded on September 04, 1994, with the help of the actor Robert De Niro, investor Meir Teper, and restaurateur Drew Nieporent. The restaurant first opened its doors to residents of Tribeca, New York. And due to its immense success in the area and star power popularity, they have expanded their business, and by 1997, they have opened their first restaurant outside of the United States in London. As of November 2020, they currently own 47 restaurants spread across the globe. By October 2015, Australian billionaire James Packer bought 20% shares of the company. This lead to a partnership with Nobu that paved the way in opening their restaurants in Australia. As of today, you can locate them in Crown Hotels in Sydney, Perth, and Melbourne.

Aside from its appetizing Japanese cuisine, Nobu is also popularly known for its Peruvian-themed restaurants. They basically offer fine dining. Therefore, as you enter their restaurants, you will immediately be greeted by a relaxing atmosphere and luxurious vibe. They offer a vast selection of vegetables and meat on their menu. So, you don’t have to worry about anything if you’re on a diet or just maintaining a healthy lifestyle. There’s a good reason why Nobu is popular around the world. The food is delectable and clean, consistent, and creative—the perfect combination for their elegant and sophisticated guests that appreciates good food and culture. They also offer cocktails that infuse Peruvian and Japanese influences. An example of such a beverage is their Peruvian Caipirinha blended with ginger beer, shiso, and pisco. If you’re feeling spontaneous at the moment, then you can try their stronger alcoholic drinks such as Nobu’s Japanese whiskey. Lastly, to give you an overview of the price range, it would cost you starting from $125 per person.

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