About Nobu Dallas
Just off the Great Hall of Rosewood Crescent sits Nobu, the world renowned Japanese restaurant recognized for pioneering a new style Japanese cuisine. Guests may linger in the cocktail lounge to watch chefs work their magic at the sushi bar, or enjoy their meal in the Rockwell Group designed dining room.
The menu features Nobu Matsuhisa’s signature dishes, such as the Black Cod Miso and Rock Shrimp Tempura, as well as unique Dallas favorites like the Scallops with Jalapeño Salsa and Ranchero Rib Eye Steak. Omakase, or tasting menus, offer a memorable opportunity to savor the restaurant’s many distinctive flavors.
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday 6:00 pm- 10:00 pm
Friday - Saturday 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
BAR & LOUNGE
Daily 5:00 pm – close
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Feature Nobu's cuisine at your next event. Personal chef available upon request.
Discount Valet at the Rosewood Crescent Hotel. Public underground parking garage available.
Private Party Facilities:
Nobu Dallas is available for private parties in the Skylight Room, the Wine Room, Nobu’s Outdoor Courtyard and the Main Dining Room. If you would like further information, please contact the Special Events department at 214.252.7000 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Smoking Area, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Join us in the Nobu Bar & Lounge for Happy Hour Monday through Friday from 5pm -7pm, and all night on Wednesday & Thursday.
Nobu Dallas Ratings and Reviews
This was our first time here and my husb ...
This was our first time here and my husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our fine dining experience. The ambiance was beautiful, the food just amazing and pretty, the service was incredible. We will definitely be going back!
Fantastic! We advised them that it was ...
Fantastic! We advised them that it was our anniversary so they seated us in a great spot. The servers were very friendly and helpful, they also gave great recommendations when we asked for them. The food was wonderful and so were our drinks. At the end of our meal they brought us a dessert with happy anniversary written on the plate. That was a very nice surprise! We will definitely be going back!
Oh my goodness, we dream about this plac ...
Oh my goodness, we dream about this place. The food was absolutely delicious. We did the chef's menu and I was apprehensive b/c you don't know what you're going to get. Every single course was amazing. We had read other reviews that the portions are small and they left hungry. However, that was completely not the case here. My husband and I left completely satisfied and full. Cannot wait to go back.
We enjoyed our 20th anniversary by visit ...
We enjoyed our 20th anniversary by visiting Nobu Dallas for the first time. We were seated promptly and servers were very attentive. The Yellowtail/jalepeno sashimi was perfect. The crispy spicy tuna was uniquely presented and definitely a hit. It comes with the spicy tuna in a bowl and a sake box filled with crispy rice cakes (think mini-hash browns). I will go back just to order this dish again. We had an assortment of rolls and nigiri sushi that was all terrific -- toro, salmon, negitoro, and spicy tuna. The salmon skin hand roll was just average.
Another must order item is the Alaskan black cod ("Gindara) - we had ordered this dish several years ago on a prior visit to Nobu and it made a big impression then too.
Prices aren't cheap, but that's to be expected from a high-end spot like this. We enjoyed the meal and the special anniversary treat.
We dine at Nobu a few times a year. We ...
We dine at Nobu a few times a year. We always order from the chef's choice menu. It's a great way to try new dishes and not have to decide from all the amazing choices. The rock shrimp is a must! We also recommend the refreshing kumquat drink.
Nobu never disappoints!! We have been to ...
Nobu never disappoints!! We have been to their numerous locations around the world and have always had excellent food and service. Our favorite is the wagyu beef on hot stones. The menu changes and varies at each location but our favorites have always been the wagyu, black miso cod, and lamb. Everything is always perfect will be back again and again!!
My Daughter's 16th birthday!
My husband and I have eaten at Nobu in Las Vegas and loved it. We took our Daughter along with her friends for her 16th birthday dinner. Our server was Miquel and he was amazing! Very helpful we probably asked stupid questions about the menu, but he was so informative and didn't make us feel stupid. We had a amazing night with amazing food!
Thanks Nobu and Miquel! And everyone that helped at our table we never lacked for drinks or anything.
Restaurant as beautiful as the food!!
The decor at Nobu matches the beautiful and delicious presentations. We enjoyed the multiple sensory delights! My only comment would be the disrespectfully attired and behaved young adults seated next to us. They were loud and tacky but fortunately they left quickly without savoring their dinner. Their loss.
Wonderful dinner for the whole family
We loved it at Nobu! We have adventurous 7 year old twins, and our server recommended the chef's tasting menu for them both and they just LOVED IT! I needed some lower sodium options, and our server helped with that as well. Amazing night, amazing experience.
Good for a special occasion
The meal was good, but not sure the prices match up to the hype. Some of the sushi didn't taste as fresh and I felt like they used a lot of sauces. We did the signature tasting meal, which I highly recommend. The only thing that I didn't like about it was how long it took to finish our meal (2+ hours).
Everyone so polite and attentive there. ...
Everyone so polite and attentive there.
Loves those King crab Leg with the truffles crusts, A5 Wagyu beef hot stone, Tai ume, Uni so fresh, Scallop new styles, black cod with miso sauce.
The miso cappuccino dessert 👍🏼
Disappointed in hostesses, but made the best of it
Specifically wrote requests in reservation on Open table to have one of the corner booths so we could sit next to each other on our 17th anniversary. Hostess did not bother to read requests and sat us at a 2 person table where it felt as though the people sitting next to us were at our table. We sat across from each other and it was loud so could not hear to well. Walked by several corner booths where people where already seated. Made my reservation well in advance, enough time to know that no one else had made this special request before us. I asked the hostess about it and she said she did not read the requests, she just sat people where she wanted to spread people out and this is the best she could do for 2 people. It started the whole evening off on a bad foot and the waitress wasn't attentive at all. Will we go back, yes, because the food itself was awesome, but it will be a few years before we do. We boycotted Abacus for 8 years for little stuff like this and when we returned they seemed to have turned a corner, Maybe Nobu will too. Our bill was over $550 for 2 people.
The chef Luis Ruiz was amazing!
My first experience here was wonderful. The Chef Luis came over to the table after the food. Which by the way it was delicious! The environment was amazing. My overall experience here was 5 start! The tables in the back area are very fancy. The presentation of the food was delightful! Me encanto todo! Great excellent service! Very much worth the money.
Great experiences as always. Allowing th ...
Great experiences as always. Allowing the server to help guide and choose our meal is the best way to eat at Nobu in my opinion. They are so educated and know how to create the space for you to have an incredible dining experience.
Overrated and Overpriced
The smashing flavor experience that I had at the Nobu Branch was worth the $150 per person cost with no wine. The price remained in the Dallas location but the flavors were bland and weak. El Bulli in Spain and El Celler de Can Roca that are far superior restaurants in the world have menus without wine for $200. There is no comparison.
Way over priced for average food.
The food was good in a very average way.There was nothing unique or impressive about it at all. At $200 for an appetizer, a few standard rolls and a dessert, I expect to be impressed and have something out of the ordinary. Not the case. I would recommend anyone wanting to try this place go with lowered expectations. If you are expecting an Uchi like experience, you are in for a disappointment.
It was also a very underwhelming atmosphere, with a chain type vibe. The staff was fast and friendly, but that is about the only high point of my experience. Again, it's not that the food was bad. It was decent enough. It just didn't even come close to warranting the price.
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