Japanese: Once named one of the ten best restaurants in the world by The New York Times, Matsuhisa began life in 1987, when Nobu Matsuhisa chose this small spot on La Cienega Boulevard to open his very first restaurant. It was the beginning of an empire, as Nobu combined flavors from his native Japan with tastes of Peru, where he had lived and cooked for a number of years. Now approaching its 30-year anniversary, the restaurant still offers sublime sushi as well as a complete menu of everything from black cod (the chef's signature dish), Kobe beef, rock shrimp tempura and a vast sake and cocktail selection to wash it all down.
Sushi: Chef Nobu puts his kokoro (Japanese for "heart") into every dish he prepares, resulting in elevating this Beverly Hills establishment to the top of almost nearly every "Best' list. Reservations a must for both dinner and lunch, look no further for sushi and sashimi that melts in your mouth. Splurge for the Omakase, which is guaranteed to satiate even the mildly adventurous of palates.
- Insider Tips
Dinner - Soup
- Dinner - Traditional Finisher
- A La Carte Dishes - Salad
- Ala Carte Dishes - Sushi
- A La Carte Dishes - Sushi Roll
- A La Carte Dishes - Tempura
- A La Carte Dishes - Kushiyaki
- Matsuhisa Special Dishes - Cold Dish
- Matsuhisa Special Dishes - Hot Dish
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