• Nobu Atlantis

    Nobu at Atlantis Paradise Island

    Nobu at Atlantis Paradise Island

    The Atlantis is lucky enough to have one of chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s world renowned Japanese Restaurants, Nobu.  With 25 restaurants located in some of the trendiest cities in the world, Nobu offers a unique take on Japanese fare.  Nobu Atlantis offers a full Sushi and Sashmi bar as well as exquisite hot and cold dishes.  Listed as one of the Atlantis’ fine dining restaurants, you can enjoy the full experience with Nobu’s tasting menu or keep things on the lighter end with Sushi and a cocktail.  Nobu is located just off the gaming floor in the Atlantis Casino  and is open even if you are not a guest of the hotel.   After dinner you can try your luck in the Atlantis casino, one of the largest in the Caribbean, or head to the Atlantis nightclub, Aura.

    What to try at Nobu Atlantis

    If you want the full Nobu experience you need to try the Nobu “Signature” Menu or “Chef’s Choice Omakase” Menu.  These tasting menu’s offer a sampling of chef Matsuhisa’s masterpieces.  The Blackcod with Miso is also a fan favorite.  Want something with a local twist?  Try the Nobu style “Cracked Conch”. You can’t go wrong ordering from the Sushi and Sashmi menu either.   Be sure to save room for desert and indulge in Nobu’s decadent chocolate molten cake.  It is quite possibly the best desert on Paradise Island.

    Tips for Nobu at Atlantis

    • If you are not doing the tasting menu, order a sampling of multiple dishes
    • Be sure to make reservations before your trip as it is one of the restaurants that tends to fill up quickly
    • Late seatings usually have more availability than early ones
    • Take advantage of the nice bar/lounge for a drink before dinner
    • Note that 15% gratuity is added to all restaurant bills at Atlantis

    Other Fine Dinning Restaurants around Paradise Island

    If you are looking for other fine dinning restaurants near Paradise Island try the Hotel Graycliff which is just over the bridge in Nassau or Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill at Atlantis.

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