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Cuisine: Asian, Fusion, Japanese, Sushi
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Nobu is a global phenomenon, and one which has redefined Japanese cuisine across a couple of oceans. It's controversial (their two London loncation were stripped of their Michelin stars in 2014, for... Read More
Nobu is a global phenomenon, and one which has redefined Japanese cuisine across a couple of oceans. It's controversial (their two London loncation were stripped of their Michelin stars in 2014, for reasons which are still kind of unclear) but relentlessly glamorous; it's still a safe bet for spotting A-listers and finding the beating pulse of Mayfair after dark. If that's your thing. We recommend the razor clam Tiradito for £16, or the lobster tempura with yuzu truffle and spicy lemon garlic for (sadly, a whopping) £45. No doubt about it: Nobu is still defining Sloanie elegance, and if you're after high-end Japanese fair, it truly can't be missed.
- Japanese: "Hit up the lounge for lobster ceviche quinoa and a PPC (with Barsol pisco, pear liquor, cinnamon syrup and egg white)"
- Best for Japanese Because: Nobu and high-end Japanese are synonymous, and London provides two glam locations to indulge.
- Knightsbridge's Best Lunch: "Try out the "devil's tongue root paste" topping the skewered tuna and tofu."
- Best for Knightsbridge's Best Lunch Because: Nobu is the preserve of the rich and famous, but when in Knightsbridge... it would be good to dine here.