Matsuhisa Aspen has 3 private function/dining spaces to chose from. Matsuhisa Upstairs & Sushi Bar (including the patio) can accomodate up to 85. Matsuhisa's private room can seat up too 50 and the entire Matsuhisa two-level restaurant can comfortably accommodate up to 225 people.View Private Dining Details
Great restaurant - but...
One of the worst experiences with a coat check ever.
We couldn’t find our claim ticket - for reasons to be explained.
We accurately described our coats down to the monogram.
Response from girl: “that’s not how we do things here”
When another person in our party approached, the coat check girl says: “I gave it to her”
So she remembered giving her our ticket but not use giving her our coats? ..
I also didn’t realize she would freely give someone else a claim ticket for our coats... complete attitude.
When trying to tip her - have her a ten asked for 5 back - she also responded: “that doesn’t do anything for me”
Girl needs an adjustment
Serious black eye for a great restaurant.
Yum yum yum and $$ but well worth it
The food, service, and ambience were all fantastic. I highly recomend this restaurant. The Uni Shooters are the best that I have had. The mochi desert should not be missed.
Always Fab! Loved the black cod, yellow tail and tuna toro! So accommodating!
Due the the group size (6) we where able to order 12 different dishes. It was an outstanding culinary experience.
We love Matsuhisa, every time we are in Aspen we make sure to go. Be sure to have reservations, it fills up quickly. Food is always amazing and service outstanding. The atmosphere/decorations are lacking, but the food and people watching make up for it.
After many visits to Matsuhisa over several years it is arguably the best restaurant in Aspen. We have always been impressed with the food. The menu offers a wide selection with outstanding seafood options. This is the best east meets west fusion style we have experienced. Suitable for all occasions.
I kmow many Nobu’s in the word and this is one of the best.
Great option !
Choose a set menu for a perfectly balanced meal of unexpected delights
Very disappointed with the food which was underwhelming and the presentation the same.
Had 4 courses and not one of them was anything that one wouldn’t get in a a local suburban JAPANESE restaurant.
Not a good advertisement for Nobu.
The best food against which all others should be compared is Kisume in melbourne Australia which is 10/10 on all counts.
This was a magical experience. We were able to meet Nobu himself. He was warm and genuine. I was really touched my his kindness and open heart. A once in a lifetime experience!
Way overpriced, fish quality was good, not worth the money.
Excellent food, fun ambience.
As always, excellent food and service. Personally, I like the sushi bar best. The noise level is lower, it’s more relaxed, and we like to talk to the sushi chefs about the fish.
One of our favorite Nobu restaurants. Sooooo good and worth every penny.
This restaurant offers outstanding Japanese food but is badly let down but the shocking service. There is no lack of staff but most seemed to just stand around rather than take orders or deliver the dinks/food. Prices are on par with the location and quality of the food. We felt rushed out the door after we spent 2 hours and quite a bit if money here. Overall not a pleasant experience.
The sushi is melt in your mouth amazing - worth the money!
Ambience & service were stellar (and are every time)!
The bottled water was over $10/bottle and they just kept pouring them without asking :( I would have rather paid $40 for more sake than $30+ on water!!
The restaurant appeared to lack effort in food preparation and overall service. Sushi rice was cold and hard. It was a Tuesday but the fish pieces were a bit dry and stale. Riding on the reputation of Nobu Matsuhisa and the tony locale of Aspen more than anything else. Does not hold a candle to the original in LA or even the Denver location.
Excelente sushi, original y de super calidad. El servicio también muy bueno! Súper recomendable si sos sushi lover. No es barato pero vale la pena!
Matsuhisa is always the best restaurant in aspen. Delicious and consistent.
Reliably delicious food, however also usually too loud to hear conversation easily.
Interesting food in a loud environment. The people in there were loud, but this should be expected as this was a Friday night. It was very expensive.
Great for a special occasion!
We had the grand omakase, every course was well-thought out, beautiful, and delicious! Every detail of the restaurant was obviously scrutinized over and lovingly made.
The Miso Black Cod is the best that I have ever had, hands down. Truly a memorable dish. Overall, the experience was wonderful.
We went for a special occasion and were not disappointed! We tried the chef’s tasting menu and enjoyed every bite!
Overpriced for what it is. Serves real horseradish on some dishes and the fake stuff on others. Either you are top end or you are not.
Amazing food, great server, wonderful.
Great food and even better service. It’s a bit loud but the food makes up for the noise. Our waiter was a ‘10’ and made the experience great.
This restaurant is over-hyped. The food was fair. The service was ok. Reviews were stating this was one of the finest sushi restaurants in the world. That was not my experience at all. Was double the price it should have been and the food was totally mediocre. Will never return.
The food was very good. The prices are outrageous. We had reservations. We were put at a very small table against a poll. Less then stellar. Won't go back for a while. They are getting too big for their britches!
Great food - creative and delicious choices. Excellent service and atmosphere.
Expected higher quality of food for the price and hype. It wasn't bad but it wasn't great, either. Too loud to hear my date and the waiters were constantly coming up to the table for something or other.
Mediocre food, high prices. I think maybe I just didn't like the same food as the chef. Much of the food had a musty flavor I didn't like, unlike anything I've tasted in Japan or at Japanese restaurants in the U.S. The "new style sashimi" had flavorful hot oil drizzled on it making it a completely different experience from regular sashimi. No longer cold, fresh, clear flavors but instead a partially cooked bite of fish with its flavor competing for attention with the oil it's covered in. Sounded interesting, glad I tried it, but I'll stick with "old style sashimi" going forward.
Price was on par with high quality sushi restaurants, but quality was not.
Food was great as always and very high quality
This is one of the best sushi restaurants I have ever been too and I have eaten sushi all over the world including Tokyo. Head sushi chef Philip does a wonderful job and all the wait staff are great at helping you make your way through an extensive menu and daily specials. If you are adventurous ask Philip to select your food and he will keep it coming until you give up.
Located in the basement, this is a well oiled sushi restaurant. Service is outstanding. Fish is very fresh. Presentation is great.
We like to sit at the sushi bar where we learn so much from the sushi chef. The recommendations are alway spot on and the selections are to be savored slowly. Sushi prep is done in an artful manner and the prep area is clean. Fun, delicious, comfortable, worth the money.
For a special occasion like a birthday I find it ludacris that a free dessert isn't given with the price of the menu. I don't care how busy you are it's so not ok nor did the waiters give a damn. Food is good but really way better sushi at HAPA and a much better staff and perks.
Just because you are in places like Aspen and Vail doesn't mean you should rob people.
We spend a lot of money on business trips at your venue but after my daughter wasn't offered a free birthday dessert, probably will find better options. Each business dinner we spend at your venue in Vail
is usually around 2-3K but no more.