London: Nobu Lures Us In Again

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As if we actually needed another reason to dine at Nobu, now that the Michelin-starred restaurant is offering a £30 preset lunch it’s bound to become a weekly habit.

And they aren’t skimping on the offerings either — irresistible Nobu staples include beef tenderloin teriyaki and tempura, chicken with pepper sauce and sashimi and Salmon with teriyaki and tempura. And for those of us who prefer his signature sushi plates, the restaurant is also offering a Sushi Lunch menu for £32.

The restaurant, with 22 locations around the globe including New York, Miami, Dubai, Hong Kong, Moscow and Waikiki, opened its London branch in 1997 and is situated in the Metropolitan Hotel on Park Lane — one of London’s swankiest addresses. And now that the weather has finally turned more spring-like, the restaurant’s crowd-pleasing views over Hyde Park are almost enough of a lure alone, almost (see sushi set lunch menu above).

Nobu London
19 Old Park Lane
London W1K 1LB

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