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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.
Dallas, TX 75201
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
Went here for my son's 23rd birthday, recommend the 7 course omakase tasting menu ($100-$150.) Very good value for the price and takes the guess work out of deciding what to order. My 14 yr old daughter who is a very picky eater enjoyed the seared scallops chimichurri entree ($35) 4 large scallops atop of roasted vegetables and drizzled with sauce which I also highly recommend if the tasting menu is too much food or too pricey. With alcoholic drinks and tips, the tab here for 3 was $400+ expensive but well worth the adventure for your taste buds!
I think Nobu Dallas (can't speak for the other locations) is overrated. Their menu isn't that special but very overpriced for what it is. There's a better sushi restaurant with same, or better, quality of fish for a more reasonable price nearby. But I guess you're paying for the Nobu name. Our waitress seemed out of it and impatient with us. But the guys that came by and helped her were very friendly and came by the table frequently. The area the restaurant is in is very nice though; romantic at night
This was my first time at any Nobu restaurant. The food was fantastic, elegant, and flavorful. The service was less than stellar. It was like pulling teeth to get our waitress to explain the menu to us. I had to ask about everything...recommendations, Nobu staples. She did not present anything from the menu and never went over the specials. When I asked about the tasting menu she breezed through one of the choices and did explain the other two options. Maybe she was having a bad night. Maybe they're known for their poor service? Overall I did not feel welcome nor did I feel like the waitress wanted to serve me anything.
I've visited Nobu LA, NYC, and Tokyo - this is not on par with those locations in terms of food, service, and ambience. However, it is quite nice. Good cocktails, lobster ceviche, scallops, sushi. My waiter was quite attentive (after a bit of a stumble at the start).
I've been here twice in 5 years. This restaurant is fantastic if you want to treat yourself or your special someone to a nice experience. Both times I went, we ordered 3 courses and a 65$ bottle of wine and paid around $200 before tipping. It's not a cheap place and I'd never been disappointed by any of the menu items I've ordered. Even if you hate seafood, I promise you the Alaskan black cod with miso is a MUST. I'm not a fan of seafood, but that delight is well worth its price tag.
Great food. Sushi's are really good. Tried their Shishito peppers which is better than other places in Dallas I had so far. Good cocktails and sake selection. Nice menu and great desserts. Don't miss their Miso Cappuccino and Kakigori desserts...! Out of the world they are .. :)
We always order from the chefs menu and our teenage girls order the rock shrimp and beef skewers. Nobu is pricey but the dishes are works of art and the service is outstanding. We always look forward to our evenings at Nobu.
Waiter change wasn't an problem, but why interrupt our conversation mid-sentence?
Service was slow. The kitchen seemed to delay the dishes to sync with other tables that ordered the same 7-course meal. The final dish came out 2 hours after the first. The other table we saw didn't get punished as much--they arrived later than we did.
I expected better for $400 2-person dinner.
Food was good. Overly salty beef was the only and minor issue.
The food was excellent, the scene was chic, and the bathrooms were elegant. The service was horrendous. Our server had a very difficult time explaining the menu, timing our dishes, and was poor at making recommendations. She was poorly trained and serving at a high-end eatery was not her forte. If I ever return, I'll request a different server. That might make my expensive dining experience worth it.
Crazy expensive for basically a tapas restaurant. We aren't big eaters, but left starving after paying a $175 check. We ordered one entrée to share, 3 appetizers, and a bottle of low-end red wine. While the sea bass was delicious, the entrée portion was half the size of deck of cards and came with no vegetables! One appetizer was $15+ and it ended up being two round tortilla chips with toppings. Really disappointed, especially since the food was tasty.
Have been enjoying Nobu restaurants since first dining in LA back in 2002. Always loved the quality of the fish and the cutting edge nature of the menu. This last visit has dropped my opinion significantly. Quality of the sushi was average and the rest of the menu seemed uninspired. Have they become jaded? Definitely not worth the cost, especially with several other as good or better options in the Dallas area. Possibly my last visit.
We travel to Dallas for dining several times a year and try to find new or highly acclaimed restaurants. However, we keep Nobu on our list for frequent repeat visits; the food is always superb with a variety of choices and never disappoints; this visit was no exception -- outstanding were crispy salmon Sashimi, sea bass with black-bean garlic, grilled eggplant with miso.
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