Considerably less flashy than its previous incarnation inside the Shore Club, Nobu Miami Eden Rock remains the global raw fish superpower that Nobu Matsuhisa—regarded as the world’s greatest sushi chef—made famous years ago. Fewer celebs and rowdy South Beach crowds means greater emphasis on food, like the famed miso black cod, yellowtail jalapeno and rock shrimp tempura that everyone associates with Nobu. The inventive Japanese menu, dubbed “Nobu-style” cuisine, is also peppered with a few Miami exclusives, including the salmon nashi (a mix of Asian pear with Spanish olive oil and truffle salt) and the red snapper butter lettuce dressed in a sweet, jalapeno vinaigrette.
|Venue name:||Nobu Miami Eden Roc||Contact:|
Eden Roc Miami Beach
4525 Collins Ave
|Opening hours:||Mon–Wed 7pm–midnight; Thu noon–3pm, 7pm–midnight; Fri–Sat noon–3pm, 7pm–1am; Sun noon–3pm, 7pm–midnight|
|Transport:||Bus 110, 119, 150|
|Price:||$31 to $50|