Nobu: An Internationally Acclaimed Japanese-Peruvian Cuisine Experience

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Nobu at the One&Only Cape Town is a must-visit for those looking for the finest Japanese-Peruvian cuisine. This sleek and sophisticated venue is part of a global family of over 30 restaurants co-owned by Robert de Niro and masterchef Nobu Matsuhisa. Chef Hervé Courtot, Nobu’s global executive chef, recently visited the Cape Town branch, sharing his creative and refined omakase menu with guests. His influence is felt in the restaurant’s clean, distinctive flavors and fuss-free dishes, which are well worth the visit.

Menu Highlights of Nobu

The omakase (chef’s choice) menus are a must-try, with Chef Prajal Rana offering his take on clean, fuss-free dishes that take the Nobu spring offering to new levels of creativity. Vegetarian and vegan options are also available. For those who prefer à la carte, we recommend trying the following dishes:

  • Spicy edamame
  • New-style salmon sashimi
  • Beef tenderloin
  • Teriyaki yellowtail jalapeño
  • Dry-miso whitefish dish


While some reviews have been less than positive, we found that the dining experience was excellent. The sushi and seven-course omakase menu were sensational, and the service was great. However, we recommend avoiding the crispy rice and the black cod miso. Some diners have reported illness after eating here, so be careful.

Atmosphere at Nobu

Nobu Cape Town is a cozy restaurant with a bar on site. It caters to groups and is wheelchair accessible, with an elevator and parking lot. The restaurant accepts reservations and mobile payments, and high chairs are available. It is also ideal for fine dining and small plates.

Location and Contact for Nobu

  • Address: One&Only Cape Town, Dock Road, V&A Waterfront
  • Telephone: +27 21 431 5888
  • Email:
  • Operating Hours: Monday – Sunday, 6 pm – 11 pm

Overall, we recommend putting Nobu on your spring must-visit list. You will no doubt be bowled over by the experience.

Environmentalist and Outdoor Enthusiast. Amanda is a nature-loving, energetic, and enthusiastic environmentalist who has dedicated her life to exploring and protecting Cape Town's stunning natural landscapes. She is an experienced hiker, wildlife enthusiast, and advocate for sustainable tourism.

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