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Valentine's Day Special Menus & More
We will be offering a special Valentines Day Omakase priced at $180 per person (drinks, tax and gratuity are not included). We will also be offering a limited a la carte menu. You have 24hrs to cancel, If you cancel on the day of or no show there is a charge of $25 per person.
Friday, February 14, 2020
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Very consistent and the wagyu is incredible
It was a cute low key restaurant. I decided to go for my birthday dinner.. but after having 5 different appetizers (all small portions) which was fine. They were all extremely salty. The sushi was actually salty like as if they marinated the rice and fish. The Waygu beef slider was really salty! Also got the dumplings and crispy curried sea bass it was just too salty. The drinks were ok, overall because of the apps we decided not to order dinner there. Went to mastros after.
Love Nobu! The environment is chic and modern, great for a date night or celebration. we took the server's recommendations and experienced a wonderful array of food. Great experience and amazing sushi ! I recommend you try it!!
The restaurant week menu was not worth the value at all. The appetizer and entree combined was less than the amount of a standard restaurant appetizer and the quality of ingredients was very low. The garnishes were cheap, unseasoned vegetables and there could have been some kind of starch included rather than charging an addition $16 for low quality sushi rolls. The dessert was something you could purchase at a supermarket. We were unsatisfied and had a second dinner afterwards.
The service is impeccable. I will say that though I enjoyed the appetizer (White fish dry miso) and the entree (the Black cod) immensely, the portions were rather small. I was not a fan of the mochi I had for dessert. The sushi was also excellent.
Best restaurant to visit during DC Restaurant week! Unbelievable value and a chance to try the best high end Japanese cuisine in the DMV. Also notable is their happy hour drink specials, available everyday 5-7p. Be sure to schedule your visit around this. Enjoy!
We went to Nobu to have dinner not for food tasting!. Although we paid more than $100 for couple but left hungry and went to another restaurant to eat dinner. If Nobu chose to be part of restaurant week for dinner then they have to serve dinner and not food tasting . It was not worth the drive or the money! I don’t recommend
Overpriced. My water glass smelled horrible. Took the staff a few times to get me a clean glass. I waved to the manager for assistance and he walked right past me. We had a reservation and they took over 20 minutes to seat us.
We had to wait almost half an hour for our table, despite having a reservation. Obviously with restaurant week you don't expect the service to be great, but NOBU was the first one where I've felt like I was part of a revolving door service and they couldn't wait to get us out. They forgot to bring our drink orders, and despite doing the restaurant week menu, with the sushi add on and drinks you're spending over $140 for what was really nothing particularly special. The food was good but nothing above and beyond the expectation for such a restaurant.
The worst service I’ve experienced at any DC restaurant. Waitress refused to elaborate on flavors of dessert. Never asked how food was or if we’d like to order another drink. Ended the night by giving us a different table’s check. Food was mediocre at best and terribly overpriced.
Came here to try out their restaurant week. Pretty disappointed with the selection considering this is an upscale restaurant (I’ve been to 2 of their European branches). My first course was great. Second course was a huge let down (unimaginative & generic salmon teriyaki which was dry and overcooked). Dessert was good but not memorable (vanilla bean and milk gelato)
The freshest fish I have ever tasted, coupled with the outstanding service makes this place a regular occasion for me.
I was actually shocked as to how bad the food was. I was served my wine from behind me as the server was too lazy to come around. Terrible sushi. Would never have expected this
Menu selection was excellent. Outstanding food.
An excellent taste for the whole course, an unpleasant feeling for the sushi rolls, though.
expensive place for small plates, but good quality of food and services and a very nice ambiance. Worth it for restaurant week.
Food was spectacular. Service was very very slow. Other diners that came in after us, received their food before us. We were brought the same appetizer twice.
Ordered sashimi. After 40 mn, food never came. All they had to do was shop up fish and somehow that was taking over 40 mn. We cancelled it and just ordered desert which somehow took over 20 mn so we just asked for the check and left.
Came to Nobu for the restaurant week. The food is very good - especially like the salmon dish as the appetizer and the cod as the main course. But the portion is very small - doubt if anyone can feel full after the three courses meal. They provide extra sushi rolls (2 rolls $16) for people like me who are not satisfied with the portion, but the sushi roll quality is so poor - don’t order that.
Excellent as always! I would certainly recommend going to dinner before 7pm
An amazing evening and delicious food!
It was a good experience but I think it's rather overpriced for the serving size
I came to Nobu for restaurant week on a date night, and I had a great experience. The ambiance was a dim lit restaurant, the food was amazing, some of the most flavorful food I have ever had. We had the whitefish in dry miso and the salmon (I think also in a miso sauce) as starters and although the salmon was good the whitefiish definitely was the favorite of the two. For the main meal we both chose the salmon which was also delicious but wasn't enough to fill us up so we chose to go with two sushi rolls of spicy tuna which was hands down the best sushi I have ever tasted. I highly recommend Nobu and will definitely be coming back at some point. note: nobu is pricey and their dishes appear to be small almost tapas style but definitely worth the price in my eyes.
The service was excellent, but the food was just okay, and at that price, you would expect better then okay.
Mommy , daughter date.
Came with a friend for winter restaurant week. All three of our meals from the restaurant week menu were great. We even got a few of the rolls which were enjoyable. The server was attentive and made it a nice meal.
By far one of the best sushi / Japanese restaurants in DC area. The food and service get better every time we go. Nobu knows how to run a great restaurant and experience.
It's great but expensive. You know that already so just enjoy it.
Perfect choice to share delicious Japanese dishes tapas style. Our serve Ed was helpful with menu selections and we felt extremely catered to. We were disappointed with the sushi selection and sake, but the Yellowtail Belly and the Seabass were tasty!
The uni and chi toro were both bad - old or poor quality or both. The beef was uninspired. Not what we expect from Nobu.
The different dining options were confusing and hard to figure out at a large table. Also seemed pricey for the amount of food.
My wife has always wanted to go to Nobu so I took her for her birthday this year. I was nervous it wouldn’t live up to the hype but it was everything and more. I can’t wait to go back.
Nobu does not disappoint. The fish is fresh and creatively prepared. I am looking forward to another visit soon.
Excellent food and service as per usual. Went for my birthday and was more than pleased. 100% recommend
Good, but not amazing. Expected more on the inside as far as decor.
Food, as usual, was excellent. But the experience was very disappointing. We were three, and it was New Year’s Eve, a special occasion with an omakase offered at a fairly steep price and advertised as if the restaurant was expecting almost everybody to order it (“an a la carte menu with limited options will also be available “). Ordered white wine, which took a long time to come and then came at room temperature, with a really lame excuse about how wines are kept in the wine refrigerator (and it wouldn’t even apply, as this one for sure wasn’t). The omakase was 7 courses. We got the first pretty fast, but we waited for more than 30 minutes for the second. Then, the servers started bringing the following ones before we had all finished each course. As an apology, we got 3 mini-tacos just before dessert. Really, more food as an apology? Conclusion: quite disappointed, as I expected a lot more overall value for the money charged from a restaurant of such good quality as Nobu DC, where I had always been happy before.
Took My wife for her birthday and it’s my 4th time to go there in Dc branch, Shishito pepers wasn’t warm enough, quality of yellow tail sashimi wasn’t good like usual and time frame between foods were long so when we wanted to leave they just brought the last dish so my wife wasn’t happy for her birthday! Didn’t expect that from Nobu
The food was outstanding right beside the amazing service we had. Highly recommend trying this restaurant if you haven’t already.