If you feel overwhelmed by the menu, try the ‘Omakase’ offering. Translating as the ‘Chef’s choice’, it’s available in five, seven or nine-course menus that relays the story of how Nobu because a worldwide culinary phenomenon.
Nobu’s ‘high brunch’ offers a relaxed and swanky atmosphere for an intimate dining experience on Fridays. Instead of the usual buffet brunches that predominate in Dubai, Nobu’s starts off with one of its famous sushi platters, followed by a choice of one appetiser and two mains from its extensive brunch menu. You can’t go far wrong with the signature Alaskan black cod, marinated in Japanese miso sauce.
Get some fresh air. When the weather allows, Nobu’s garden gives a relaxed atmosphere with a view of the Dubai skyline in the distance, making it the perfect place for alfresco dining.
When the celebs are in town, you’re sure to spot them here. This year alone, the likes of Kim Kardashian, Gordon Ramsay, David Guetta and Disclosure have all dined here.
Enjoy the most refined of Ladies’ nights. The new launch of ‘Nobu Noir’ on Mondays from 8:30pm till 11pm, allows girls to enjoy three free drinks, a specially priced tapas menu and an exclusive appearance from DJ David DeLuca and live singer Jaymie Deville.
Location: Atlantis, The Palm, Crescent Road, Palm Island
Contact number: 04 426 2626
Timings: 6pm-11.30pm Sat-Wed, Thu-Fri 6pm-12.30am, 12noon-4pm Fri (brunch)
The kids cooking class where children learn how to make sushi and pastries for Dhs400. Includes afternoon tea and pastries for little ones and a three-course lunch for parents.