Conceived as an experiential haven for both connoisseurs and newbies, the 12-seater Sake Room will set the stage for immersive food and sake matching experiences; counting among its drawcard a sake from Hokusetsu, Japan that's brewed exclusively for the Nobu Group.
We truly enjoyed our afternoon at the new location of Nobu Kuala Lumpur. The food was superb, the location is a stunner, and the service was fabulous. One could easily slip into this accessible location for a bite to eat at the sushi bar, a drink at the inviting cocktail bar, a meal with family and friends, or a private meal in the 12-person private room overlooking the park. This new location has everything you would expect from the high standards of Nobu, right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
The ‘Ode to Nobu’ Omakase menu is priced at RM595++ per person. The elegant 7-course menu, available until 31 October 2019
Nobu Kuala Lumpur’s High Tea Every Saturday and Sunday 1:00pm – 4:00pm The Premium High Tea: RM138++ per person Signature High Tea set: RM93++ per person Both inclusive of a complimentary green tea.
Reasons to visit Nobu KL for their Ramadan KL 2019 Menu: a change from the usual Ramadan buffet or standard Japanese fare; attentive staff; the fanfare of the journey up to the 56th floor itself, which opens up to breathtaking views whets the appetite; must order the salmon as the main.
The Hanami High Tea Sets are available on weekends from 30 March until 28 April 2019, priced at RM150++ each.
Reasons to try the World of Nobu Omakase Menu: take a trip around the world in seven dishes; innovative and delicious whilst celebrating simplicity; fun and flirty cocktails; stunning views.
Reasons to dine at Nobu KL for CNY 2019 and Valentine’s 2019: beautiful views, attentive service; delicious Japanese cuisine with a Peruvian influence.
Available on 31 December 2018 to 1 January 2019 5-course New Year’s Lunch Omakase, priced at RM250++ per person
Reasons to have a Nobu KL Christmas: spectacular views; excellent service; delicious festive menus.
Overall Rating: 7.5/10. The worth it winner for me - the Hanami High Tea Set, which I'd happily return for. Not wanting to leave just yet, I dropped by Marini's at 57 for a sip of cocktail after that.
Reasons to visit: Latin Japanese fusion at its best; stunning views; superb service; loved the chewy, green fern combined in Lobster with Shitake and Quinoa Butter and who can resist Santa’s little upturned belly in the snow? Guests can enjoy a seven-course Christmas Omakase (RM560++) from December 22nd to December 25th and seven-course New Year Omakase and glass of Champagne (RM 595 or RM680++ to include a glass of champagne) from December 29th to January 1st.
Reasons to visit Nobu Kuala Lumpur: The view, the variety of unique flavors, and the friendly service. The High Tea (regular or premium). Must tries: the White Fish Tiradito and the Salmon New-Style Sashimi. Excellent happy hour deals.
Mooncake lovers will revel this season with a new era of Mid-Autumn festival treats! This Mid-Autumn festival, Nobu Kuala Lumpur is presenting a series of Japanese-inspired mooncake collection featuring unique flavours of Japanese ingredients. Nobu has always been recognized for its Japanese-Peruvian influences in its modern cuisine. A first this year, Executive Chef Philip Leong and culinary team has incorporated delectable Japanese flavours into the Nobu Style Mooncakes. Nobu is featuring six Nobu Style Mooncakes for purchase as well as two Nobu Style Mooncakes for dine-in only. The Nobu Style Mooncakes will be available for orders and pick-up at Nobu Kuala Lumpur starting September 1st 2017 to October 4th 2017. In conjunction with Mid-Autumn festival, Nobu Kuala Lumpur will also be having a special kiosk at Level 1, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur from September 1st to September 30th, 2017 where patrons will be able to purchase the Nobu Style Mooncakes.
If you are not sure what to order every time you walk into a restaurant(which happens to me most of the time), it's always a good idea to just go with the Omakase & Osusume menu. Omakase & Osusume have more or less the same meaning. Omakase = Up to you ; Osusume = Recommended. The new Osusume menu starts at RM80 onwards and is available for dinner only. The new dessert menu starts at RM45 onwards and is available from 4 August 2017 to 2 September 2017.
Reasons to visit: skillfully-crafted dishes, freshness, innovative use of ingredients, friendly and well-informed staff.
Explore a new culinary journey of flavours at Nobu Kuala Lumpur this August month with a delectable Osusume menu and a luscious Dessert menu by Executive Chef Philip Leong and his culinary team. It’s an ultimate sensory dining experience with a glorious view of our city scape. The new dessert menu starts at RM45 onwards and is available from 4 August 2017 to 2 September 2017. For inquiries or to make reservations, please call 03.2164.5084 or Whatsapp 019.389.5085.
A beautifully crafted menu, paired to some of Nobu’s specialty sakes, and presented in a style distinctively Nobu. This seven course degustation journey tells a story – of taste, freshness, art, and most of all, synergy – the synergy between sake and cuisine in Japan, and a synergy between evolving and developing flavours.
The prix-fixe lunch menu, priced at RM165++ per person, is available from 23 February 2017 onwards and comes with a complimentary glass of green tea.