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Michelin-starred Nobu, London, the first European venture for renowned Japanese chef, Nobuyuki Matsuhisa, has been outshining the rest since 1997. The restaurant fills its tables with VIP’s and all who adore the innovative Japanese cuisine. Situated on the first floor of The Metropolitan Hotel on Park Lane, “the 150 cover restaurant includes a separate sushi bar”( with a elegant design making use of “light woods and natural stone to reflect the diverse influences of Nobu’s cuisine” ( The menu consists of Japanese classics like sushi, sashimi and miso soup and then also the delightfully inventive “new dishes such as Wagyu and foie gras gyoza, ponzu and daikon oroshi” ( and signature dishes of black cod in miso and squid “pasta”(

Nobu Restaurant.

Written by  Andrea Meyer.

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