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, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, 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
The food was amazing, but the restaurant ...
The food was amazing, but the restaurant was pretty busy for a Thursday so service was a little slow to get started. It was probably also because a Groupon was expiring for them and it seemed like many of the tables in the restaurant were using it that night. Overall the food was amazing and the staff was very friendly and I would love to go back.
My brother and his fiancé got me a group ...
My brother and his fiancé got me a groupon for my birthday for the 6 course dinner for two. Chefs choice. Everything was delicious! I definitely would love to go back. It's expensive but worth it for special occasions.
We were looking forward to eating at Nob ...
We were looking forward to eating at Nobu. It had been a long time since we have typically been eating at Uchi since it opened. Once we arrived we were seated and told we would receive menus. 10 min later we asked again for menus. 5 more minutes went by and still no menus, but a new waiter. We ordered a very nice bottle of champagne from the original waiter that after 20 minutes still had not been delivered. We again asked our waiter for menus. Still nothing so we walked out. We called the manager from the car and told them about our experience. They offered for us to come back as well as give us a gift card,but we declined. We will NEVER go back. We will stick to our favorite sushi restaurant, Uchi, where we receive superb service and fabulous food. Wish I could give no stars for the food, since we did not eat any...
This place was just ok. Not bad not amaz ...
This place was just ok. Not bad not amazing. The ambiance, energy and service were all good. The food was hit or miss and they were small portions for big prices. We had the spicy edamame as an appetizer which was the best thing we ordered. I had the Chilean sea bass with a truffle sauce. It was pretty good as well. The veggies were so bland it was as if I was meal prepping for a fitness show. Cucumber martini was not good either. My friends ordered sushi. They liked it ok. Said it was not innovative or anything special. The worst part was the location of the bathroom. It was down 4 to 5 flights of stairs outside of the restaurant. That was the most disappointing aspect of all. I would probably not go back or recommend this place only because there are too many other excellent places to eat.
We ordered the 6 course omakase menu. We ...
We ordered the 6 course omakase menu. We got our cocktails during course 3. The cold courses were supposed to arrive first, instead hot and cold were mixed together. We have been to nobu several times and this is the first time we have been disappointed with it.
The place was noisy! Server was too busy ...
The place was noisy! Server was too busy and rushed. However his attitude was very good! This place is over sold! Food was good to some very good. Service was poor overall. Not at all an environment for a quiet dinner!
We did the chef tasting and each of the ...
We did the chef tasting and each of the six courses were excellent! The fish was fresh, tenderloin cooked perfectly, and dessert was outstanding. The staff were all knowledgable, funny, and you could tell they all worked together to make your experience top notch. Can't wait to return!
We've been here many times. In the past, ...
We've been here many times. In the past, we've spoken with the chef to let them know we've done the chef's exclusive tasting many times and they are typically very accommodating. Last time we were there they threw something unique together for us and came back at the end to see how we liked it. We raved about it to everyone. This time, they said they'd just have to relay the message to the kitchen, we couldn't talk to anyone, and the server seemed quite put off by us even asking. It didn't appear to be particularly busy, but fair enough. We periodically waited quite some time between dishes, had empty drinks for quite some time, took awhile to get our dessert drinks, etc. The food was great, as always, but when you spend $700+ on dinner, 2 minutes from a chef or anyone in the kitchen and prompt service doesn't seem like too much to ask. Certainly a place you have to try and the chef's exclusive tasting is a delight, but there isn't enough diversity in the dishes to expect much new after you've done it a few times. And at that price point, the typically great service was a bit disappointing. We're typically greeted with Happy Anniversary, or Happy Birthday or whatever we are celebrating b/c the information is taken when we book the reservation - as it was when I booked this (it was my wife's 30th birthday). And as small as it is, no reference to anything like that or past patronage was slightly disappointing. I'm writing this recognizing how spoiled we sound, but compared to spending the same amount at other restaurants, which we do every couple months, it didn't quite meet the mark.
We went during restaurant week and wante ...
We went during restaurant week and wanted to order tasting menu. However, during restaurant week, tasting menu was not available. Nobu offered 3 menus for restaurant week so we chose the most expensive one. The portions are small compared to other restaurants that also offered restaurant week.
The black cod was good. All the other items were average.
The decor and ambience are nice, service was average.
We've lived in Dallas for a few years no ...
We've lived in Dallas for a few years now and have tried a good number of restaurants, and after trying Nobu, we just kept asking ourselves why did we wait so long! The sushi is one of the best in the area, with it's freshness and taste. We had rolls, and the rice to fish ratio was just right. Anything with anticucho is spectacular! We will be loyal patrons from this point forward.
Portions awfully small, overpriced, sush ...
Portions awfully small, overpriced, sushi bland, not good. If you want to spend over $200 with two glasses of wine & still feel hungry then go to. Nubu you're paying for the name and ambience. This is my fourth visit there in four years and I won't come back. Server was great
Good is always exceptional and unique. ...
Good is always exceptional and unique. This visit surprised us as the bar service was way off.... Got our appetizers before drinks ordered and when they arrived they were watered down. On second drink orders, we need to engage 3 different people to get the drinks delivered. Was told a manager was to visit the table but never did.... Surprise to me on this poor service level and wondering f if the management team has changed resource levels in the restaurant?
First time at Nobu. The room is beautifu ...
First time at Nobu. The room is beautiful and the menu has an amazing variety of dishes. It was Restaurant Week and we made our selections from the special menu. The food was very good, and even traditional dishes had contemporary twists. Our servers were prompt and personable.
Prices are on the high side but that's to be expected for such a unique experience.
the restaurant week menu was a great sam ...
the restaurant week menu was a great sampling of all the best dishes from the main menu. the servers were very attentive and seemed genuinely excited about the food and explained everything very patiently. the food was great, of course, with amazing flavors and textures. can't wait to go back!
Visited for Restaurant Week and took my ...
Visited for Restaurant Week and took my mom for her first visit. Food, drinks, service - all top-notch, as usual. Our server Jose gave great drink suggestions and was very attentive. Will definitely be visiting again!
Here's the thing about Nobu: their food ...
Here's the thing about Nobu: their food is spectacular but not necessarily worth the prices based on Dallas's comparable restaurants and their service is only so-so. I've been before and dropped quite a lot of money, and received spectacular service. However, coming for restaurant week, the minute we explained that we were there specifically for this engagement, the waitress's entire demeanor and attentiveness changed. While I understand that this means a much smaller tip, the change in service represents a lack of class that I would expect to find at Nobu no matter the circumstances. Unfortunate, but didn't impact my overall enjoyment of the food. Summary: food worth Restaurant Week prices, but not traditional but you only get the five star service if you pay the five star price.
This restaurant is truly wonderful. We ...
This restaurant is truly wonderful. We were celebrating our daughter's successful completion of her internship and her offer! We got the chef's eight course meal. My husband doesn't do raw food so they specially prepared a cooked course in lieu of a raw one. I thought that was very nice. The food was exceptional! The courses come fairly quick but it was fine. It was a lot of food for the price (though not cheap). The restaurant even prepared a special dessert for my daughter and wrote "congratulations" on the plate. The only negative was the loud pop music playing throughout our dinner. They might want to lower that to create a more intimate atmosphere. Overall a great experience.
Nobu always satisfies my sushi craving. ...
Nobu always satisfies my sushi craving. They have hot and cold appetizers along with a list of daily specials that I cannot usually get off of the menu. I normally order the omakase and let the chef prepare my dishes accordingly. On this occasion, my reservation was too late in the evening for the omakase so the manager picked out dishes from the menu for us, according to our final price point. I loved every dish as the presentation was beautiful to go with the delightful taste. Anytime that I am in Dallas, I try to squeeze in a dinner at Nobu if time permits.
Delicious! The food was amazingly good a ...
Delicious! The food was amazingly good as was our service. Dining room is beautiful. The one caveat is the expense. I understand that good food is expensive but next time I would save this as a destination for a special occasion.
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