Time Out says
Plenty of imitators have emerged in recent years, trying to replicate chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s Japanese fusion cuisine and ultra-hip room. But Nobu remains the original, one reason why it will probably never lose its credibility or its appeal. Big prices and little slices follow the leads of its New York and London brethren. If you can, indulge in the chef’s omakase tasting menu.
4455 Paradise Road
|Cross street:||at E Harmon Avenue|
|Price:||Main courses $11–$80. Set menus $150–$200.|
|Opening hours:||6–10.30pm Mon–Thur, Sun; 5–11pm Fri, Sat|