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About Nobu Miami
The Miami outpost of Nobu, the world renowned Japanese restaurant recognized for pioneering a new style Japanese cuisine, brings a burst of excitement to the iconic Nobu Hotel Eden Roc. Nobu Miami offers an exclusive Teppan Room as well as patio seating.
The menu features Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s signature dishes, such as the Black Cod Miso & Rock Shrimp Tempura, as well as Miami favorites like the Tai Butter Lettuce & Tenderloin Yuzu Truffle. Omakase or tasting menus, offer a memorable opportunity to savor the restaurant’s many distinctive flavors.
Experience Nobu Cuisine prepared by our skilled Chefs in our private Teppan Room. This exclusive dining area provides guests with an unforgettable Teppanyaki style dinner combining traditional techniques and Nobu quality ingredients. Perfect for groups up to 10 guests. Our Teppan Room offers set menu options and a la carte dining.
Miami Beach, FL 33140
Japanese, Sushi, Teppanyaki
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday: 7:00pm - 12:00 am
Friday - Saturday: 7:00pm - 1:00 am
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
Menus and prices are available upon request.
Private Party Facilities:
Nobu Miami Beach is available for semi-private and private events, in addition to off-premise events. Please note that any party of 13 or more will be required to dine with a set menu. It is recommended to call in advance for large party reservations. Confirmation is available one year to the date.
Main Dining Room: 200 people
Patio: 100 people
Lobby Bar: 200 people
Private/Semi Private Room: 30 people
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Private Party Contact:
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Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Wheelchair Access
Nobu Miami Ratings and Reviews
the miso black cod is a must on the menu! we also enjoyed the crispy rice tuna, jalapeno yellowtail, and oysters. the shrimp lobster dish was very good as well! we had both the miso vanilla and green tea chocolate sponge cake desserts- both were incredible! our waiter was excellent with his recommendations and we especially loved the pickled ginger for a palate cleanser mid meal.
Excellent food and incredibly attentive and knowledgeable service staff. Timing was a bit slow objectively BUT we were in great company so did not mind but it might be an issue for some people. We asked the waitress to choose our dishes and she did a wonderful job. Pricey for the amount of people and how busy it is but not pricey for the quality of food if that makes sense.
My wife and I were staying at the Nobu hotel overnight and had dinner at the restaurant. Both service and food were outstanding, though pricey, as we knew beforehand. Nobu promotes the concept of sharing food and the menu has so many choices of delicious cold and hot plates to serve this purpose that it's hard to chose from. Overall, it was a delightful dining experience.
Very expensive, serving sizes are small to very small so be prepared to spend a lot to feel full. Or eat something in advance. Drinks also expensive. Although prices typical for this kind of restaurant at Miami Beach. Food was amazing and service was great.
This is one of our favorite restaurants, and we regretably we do not get there enough. The food is excellent (we love the Rock Shrimp and Yellowtail Tuna!!!), and the service is superior.
We are very glad they opened up at the Eden Roc, as their first location was not amicable at all: always overcrowded, people clamoring over you, etc. The ONLY reason we went back to the old location was for the food and proximity to home!
We have visited a number if Nobu's around the world, and find this location to be one of the finest!
KUDOS TO ALL!!!
I've eaten at the Nobu in Las Vegas where I had the Nobu Signature (omakase style). That was an absolutely amazing experience. I believe that was around 10 courses. Expecting the same thing at the Nobu in Miami, I ordered the Nobu Signature for three of us in our party ($120/person). Sadly, there were only 7 small courses of standard menu items. The first course, an amuse-bouche of tartar in a wasabi base with caviar was simply amazing. My tastebuds jumped alive with this opening dish. The second course was a flavorful sashimi with a dry miso dusting. At this point, I was excited about the meal so far. The third course was a disappointingly standard selection of sushi (tuna, salmon, shrimp, some other fish, and egg). Not impressed. I was expecting at least one or two more sashimi courses before sushi. The forth course was a hot dish of black cod. Wait, what?!? That's it for the raw dishes?!? Umm, ok. Black cod was great. The fifth course was delicate beef tenderloin. Again, amazing flavor. The sixth course was miso soup, nothing special, just your typical miso soup. The seventh and final course was a dessert containing a coffee foam on ice cream and some sort of crunchy brittle. Honestly, I left feeling a bit let down and not quite satisfied. My expectations were high for this place. The food we had was delicious, but not worth the hefty price tag. It’s highly unlikely I would do that again.
Cost for this outing for Nobu Signature (x4), bottle of wine (x1), salad (x1), tempura (x1), miso soup (x1), prosecco (x1), cocktails (x4) = $755 (inc 18% tip).
Nobu was very very good, I had always wanted to try it and I am glad I did. We had sashimi for the first time and it was amazing. We do not even eat sushi but we had to try it while we were at Nobu and I am glad we did. We loved all of it and will return for just a sushi night. We had the sea bass which was out of this world as well as the fish and chips and beef tenderloin. Everything was good.
Our waitress was very good and made great recommendations. The only part of service I did not like was the pick up of the finished dishes. It was too fast and at times we were not even finished. Just seemed like a game between them and it was very distracting. I appreciate the quick clean up but not when we are not finished the food yet.
First there was no indication in the hotel as to where the restaurant was.
We waited a verrrry long time for menus.
I had to ask 3 times for a menu.
The menu was hard to follow.
We waited an HOUR. For our meal.
The quality was extremely poor.
The salmon sushi was obviously from a salmon farm. It had literally no taste.
The rice ...THE MOST IMPORTANT part of sushi, was horrible. It wasn’t sticky it was loose and everything tasted off.
We complained about the poor food but still had to pay 400 dollars for 10 pieces of sushi.
We ate a few nights before at ZUMA and Zuma is far superior to NOBU.
I will never go back to any nobu ever.
My deceased father was a quadmate with Al Gore at Saint Albans in Washington D.C., and good ole Al made a movie about Global Warming, and happened to produce a sequel. To cut to the point, all life, through evolution, migrated to land from the water. No matter where, all life, meaning that atomic particles formed an evolved result where the combination of particles systemized life...kinda like a jump start or boost. All of a sudden, there was life, a system. The problem is, that if the ocean, where Nobu gets so many of the commodities placed on tables, is degraded, over and over, then, the very best offered will no longer be open in the niche of seafood sushi, and if we, as humanity, want to prolong and solidify, life, in the ocean and on land, because the two are actually one, we, as a species, must protect what gives us life. Now, as a restaruant service, staff needs to improve with smarter servers. The kitchen at Nobu, is of course, Nobu...the very best if not the best in the industry. Not only has the move from the old ShoreClub location improved with capacity, the diverseness has expanded to include worldwide influences in such a way that no mouth will walk from the table without saying "I'll be back!". But please, do what is possible, to recycle and reduce waste in the water, because if that is ignored, places like Nobu will have no source putting life on the table for us to consume.
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