Nobu is London's stylish, celebrity-loving restaurant that serves Michelin star quality food. The cuisine is expensive; on the menu you'll find a mix of pricey cuts of meat (waygu beef) and fish (tuna fillet), exclusive vegetables, and fancy desserts (mango brulee).
Just off the actual Palm, at The Atlantis hotel is Nobu. Housed in one of the most indulgent hotels in Dubai, it doesn't get much better than this. When you dine it feel like you've truly arrived in Dubai for Nobu is a picture of wealth (all presented through food, of course - blatant extravagance is tacky you see). Expats and mostly middle-class folk are part of the crowd at Nobu, but you'll also see the Dubai elite who dine there like it's a MacDonald's.
Nobu is the epitome of the Dubai life: expensive, exciting food that looks as good as it tastes. Meals are designed with the clientèle in mind, and there is an extensive list of expertly cooked sushi and sashimi available. Both your eyes and mouth feast upon the glorious food, with customer service to match.
Go in the evening to get the full experience of this glamorous eatery. You might even spot a certain Formula 1 heiress strut in and sit with her fiancé, like we did, but of course to divulge the heiress's identity would be so passée.
The atmosphere is possibly the nicest part of Nobu. The food is fantastic, don't get me wrong, but the decadent feeling that tonight everything will be taken care of, is something that fills me with glee.
Nobu is expensive, but it's Nobu; the food and service is second to none, and we felt like superstars. It's lovely to get dressed up for dinner too, so, glad rags on boys and girls because tonight, dinner is at the most glamorous restaurant you'll have ever been to.