If you fancy some sensational Japanese food in Moscow, then Nobu is the place to go.
Opened in 2009, Nobu Moscow is a relatively new addition to both the Moscow restaurant scene and the Nobu portfolio. Nobuyuki Matsuhisa, the Chef Proprietor of the chain, now has 25 restaurants in 21 cities across the world. Undoubtedly there will be more in time.
The menu is a thing of beauty – from hot to cold dishes, desserts to drinks – everything is mouthwateringly tempting. It is essentially Japanese cuisine, but the chef uses his lifelong experience to sculpt every bite, drawing upon his classical sushi training as well as the influence and inspiration of his worldwide travels and tastings, especially in Peru and Argentina.
Designed by David Rockwell, the restaurant features wave shaped walnut walls and sea urchin inspired chandeliers. The lighting is soft and warm and the colours of the furnishings are rich – creating an atmosphere of such elegance and intimacy that you’ll never want to leave.