Nobu Next Door New York
Designed by architect David Rockwell, Nobu Next Door evokes the Japanese seaside: Japanese fishing nets hang from the ceiling and a wall made of nori (Japanese seaweed) blankets the entrance. The large display of lit sake bottles serves as a classic accompaniment to Japanese food. The atmosphere buzzes with the same energy and excitement as Nobu while maintaining an identity of its own.
Nobu Next Door tends to draw a more spirited crowd. The restaurant satisfies spontaneous diners who need the Nobu fix, but didn’t plan ahead, by offering first come, first serve table seating between the hours of 7:00pm and 9:00pm. Nobu Next Door received a three star review from The New York Times.
Tasty food. But the place is very noisy and crowded. Not very comfortable.
Everything here is amazing! If you get dessert, definitel recommend the Bentu Box as it's the perfect ending to a great meal! All the dishes are shareable and you can mix and match differe dishes
Very good to say the least. Portions are so tiny. I had to grab something else to eat right after eating here with a $300 tab. It was better pre 2014. No more Michelin Star.
The food was absolutely amazing. The expeditious service and pacing of the kitchen is equally impressive.