Ladies and Gentlemen, Nobu

The best I've had

I've written in the past that Nobu faces competition, and I'm not about to retract that statement. Shoji Sushi, Breez, and BlueSea at the Delano are still in the game. But there is a reason that Nobu has been singularly smug about its "build-it-and-they-will-not-only-come-they-will-have-multiple-orgasms" appeal to Miamians. It's called the decadence of items like toro tuna tartare with caviar. It's about unqualified signature dishes like the buttery black cod with miso. It's mixed into the martinis garnished with cucumbers and pickled ginger.

Jeremy Eaton

Location Info


Nobu Miami Beach

1901 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Category: Restaurant > Japanese

Region: South Beach

In short, Nobu may have been bewildered by my attacks. It may have stood too long on its rep without ponying up. It may have placed itself on a pedestal. But judging from my singular experience, that gantry is rock-solid. Try to budge it and you'll be knocked backward. As I was, right onto my newly smoochable ass.

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