MICHELIN-STARRED MASTER CHEF NOBUYUKI 'NOBU' MATSUHISA
No stranger to international culinary influences, Nobu gives classical Japanese cuisine a contemporary twist with a Peruvian influence. Diners can indulge in fresh South African seafood and indigenous spices in mesmerising dishes such as Sake Roast Whitefish with Jalapeno or the Chocolate Bento Box; a dark chocolate fondant with green tea ice cream and a sesame seed tuile. A sweeping fan-like staircase leads to the 104 seat dining area and sushi counter, which is framed by a textured, translucent origami light that glides along the ceiling. The upper-level Nobu Lounge features a selection of Sakes including Japanese beer and Shochu based cocktails.
Open for lunch and dinner daily, reservations required.
Lunch: 12pm to 3pm
Dinner: 6.30pm to 11pm
Kids dining times: Children under 12 years can dine between 6.30pm to 8pm. Children from 12 years and over can dine between 8pm to close.
Dress code: Smart Casual.
Spoil someone special with a Nobu voucher experience - further information
Join Head Chef, Harold Hurtada and his team at Nobu for a lavish gourmet brunch every last Saturday of the month from 11.30am to 2.30pm with live DJ entertainment. The menu perfectly highlights the harmony between Nobu’s exceptional cuisine and the most sophisticated creation of Louis Roederers ‘Cristal’, one of the most revered champagnes in the world.
Brunch is R1380 for adults and includes a glass of bubbly on arrival. Children from 4 to 12 years old enjoy 50% off.
Enjoy a ‘free-flow’ of Cristal for an additional R1900 per person or R800 per person for Louis Roederer Champagne.