Nobu Fifty Seven
Designed by David Rockwell, Nobu Fifty Seven evokes fluidity and the imagery of an Asian river with curves and details of abalone shell chandeliers, sliced bamboo stalks in terrazzo tiles, scorched ash tables and Japanese quilt fabric. Sake barrels imported from Japan tower over the first floor bar counter as diners make way to the upstairs dining room. Burnished woods, rich hues and soft lighting create an ambiance of elegance and refinement.
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We were anxious to have the black cod again and it tasted exactly as me and my wife remembered! The starters were very tasty and the scallops with butternut squash were also delicious! Saporo beer for me anda lichee saque for my wife made our experience complete!! Would definitely come back!!
I was early for my reservation. They had no problem seating us early. The food was superb! My husband said the shrimp and lobster in the lemon herb sauce was the best he has ever had. Staff were friendly and very knowledgeable of the dishes. Next time in NY we will go again.
The best dessert.... carrot cake with frozen yogurt
Had a great meal after the movie at Paris Theater. Food was delicious and service was attentive.
The severs were very rude and told us to get out rudely when closed.
Everything you heard about Nobu is true
Pricey but food is great. I love to come twice a year for a treat.
It’s always the most wonderful dining experience. The food was delicious and the service was amazing.
Food is top.
Service was ok.
I was there to celebrate my NYC Marathon medal, and I ve asked to have some ice to put on my knee, but the manager told me that was impossible to do that because they don’t act like a pharmacy!!!
Too noisy, impossible to talk with your friends. The most important, at lease for me, when you have dinner with friends is to talk and comunicate with everibody. For having dinner with music alone I can have it at home.
Excellent Japanese. The 57 omikase menu is great, but unsure if it was worth the extra over the standard omikase.
Overrated. Service was slow and inattentive. Sushi was fresh- We only tried their traditional sushi offerings and not their specials.
We visit NYC every year and always go to Nobu 57. It’s a wonderful treat in a location near the museums.
It is a restaurant for tourists and for large groups who want to remember having an expensive night out in New York. Nothing we ordered was as well-made as the same dish at Sushi Seki or Blue Ribbon. The desserts are made to look impressive rather than taste good.
Superb servings. Always consistently outstanding
Always exceptional service and quality food.
Update needed. Food needs fresh. Staff was awesome .
I love the relaxed feel of this place – like a comfortable dining room in a friends home. I definitely would return to try more dishes. The lobster Inaniwa Pasta salad was amazing and the Japanese Wagyu steak was delicious. My husband and I loved to try other dishes there. We loved the sushi selection there the most. Service was well-timed and friendly, wines were affordable."
¡Delicioso! Le faltó un poco al servicio.
We were celebrating my sons birthday with his 5 best friends from college
Our waiter made excellent suggestion and was very attentive
We were not rushed at all
ONE BIG PROBLEM. Since I told them I’m advance it would be a nut free table NO ONE mentioned all their desserts have nuts—I would have brought my own if I had known
Really unacceptable from such an upscale restaurants where I easily spent over one thousand dollars
Nobu never disappoints, always a top dining experience, can’t wait to get back.
The waiter was un
Eggplant not cooked
Rolls were tasteless and bland
Abrupt and startling service. Interrupting conversation
Nothing special for that hype. Made us wait and had to be flagging down waiter all the time
pricing is excessively high.
the steak was extremely mediocre.
plates were scratched.
fusion concept - at least on the lunch menu - is a laughable. There's hardly any real fusion of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine from what we had.
Great food and service! Not so great prices!
Overpriced food. Reception seems unhappy with their jobs
We had a wonderful experience at Nobu. We tried the Manila location and it was much better as the ingredients were all fresh. This location in New York did not disappoint. For was excellent and the server was extremely helpful and has a great attention to details.
Thank you for the wonderful meal.
Simply outstanding! Eating at Nobu was such an awesome experience. Every bite is bursting with flavor and the presentation is beautiful! Worth the cost! A treat for sure!!
They must get their sushi from a magical hidden sea.
This my 3rd time here and the last. I raved about the miso soup I had previously so I went there specifically for that and it was...salty. My husband ordered 2 tacos that cost $19 each. They were literally bite sized, 1 inch long. Seriously, the lime slice it came with was larger. We thought that was hilarious and still laugh about it! We and my 70 year old father thought the “club” atmosphere with 20 something’s in sequin miniskirts was pretty funny too. Not a fan of sushi or mushrooms, we couldn’t find anything else to eat. Spent a couple hundred bucks, left hungry, and are street hot dogs.
Great dinner! Sushi was delicious!
Great fast service and waiters were extremely helpful in navigating the menu for someone with food allergies. Will be back for another dinner.
Been to both downtown and midtown locations several times. Menu and decor of midtown Nobu feel tired and dated; and for a supposedly high-end restaurant, the restroom was disgusting... no ventilation and smelly (get some scents in there!) with used paper overflowing. They can ride on their name and the corporate expense account for a while, but even with a corporate expense account, I wouldn't take clients there again unless there's nothing around available.
The rest was perfect: the food, the service, the table.
Time together with adult children- good food- expensive