There are some dining experiences in Dubai that absolutely cannot be missed and the omakase concept at Nobu is very high on that list. Omakase means “I’ll leave it to you” and affords a chef the chance to create an unforgettable dining experience that showcases his skill and creativity. At Atlantis, The Palm's Japanese haunt Nobu, this means you can expect a selection of dishes that expertly blend traditional Japanese techniques with Peruvian ingredients. A chance to indulge your senses and take a culinary journey, every dish on the menu tells a story of how Nobu became a worldwide phenomenon. To experience it for yourself, book your table at this popular restaurant on Palm Jumeirah as a myconcierge member and choose from a six or seven-course menu.
The globally renowned brand from Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa is consistently excellent the world over, especially here in Dubai, where it is housed in the stunning Atlantis, The Palm. Within the restaurant, the sleek décor, subtle lighting and curved wicker panels combine to create an attractive space that is matched by the sublime cuisine on offer.
Famous for the black cod that helped it earn a Michelin star in both New York and London, Nobu’s talented chefs have perfected the art of fusion cuisine. This is thanks to chef Matsuhisa opening a restaurant in Peru in 1973 and being unable to find traditional Japanese ingredients. Forced to improvise, he began to cook with local produce using methods he had perfected in Japan. More than four decades later, these techniques are still used to create memorable dishes that are packed with flavour.
Whether you choose the six or seven-course omakase menu, you will be treated to a selection of dishes that are guaranteed to live long in the memory. Along with classic cold dishes such as the yellowtail jalapeno, there will be a selection of sushi and hot dishes that showcase Nobu’s affection for seafood. Those with a sweet tooth will undoubtedly leave satisfied, thanks to the chocolate bento box.