Time Out says
This Japanese restaurant brings the art of omakase to TST. Tucked away on the third floor of an office tower, Nomu goes the discreet route, serving only 18 people at a time and requiring reservations at least 24 hours in advance. It should be worth the wait. The meals feature largely seasonal ingredients and lots of fresh seafood. The blowout experience here would be the chef's table ($1880), but there's a range of options that cater to different budgets, including a six-course omakase lunch ($580) and create-your-own options that start from $280. There's an impressive selection of over 100 sakes, too, including by-request-only bottles.
3/F Rich Towers, 2 Blenheim Ave., Tsim Sha Tsui
|Opening hours:||Daily 12-2:30pm; 6pm-10:30pm|