Address: Ulitsa Bol'shaya Dmitrovka, 20, Moskva, Russia, 125009

Nearest Metro: Chekhovskaya

Phone: 7-495-645-3191


Nobu in moscow

The first Nobu restaurant was opened in 1994 in New York by Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa and the famous Hollywood actor Robert Deniro. Success of the New York venue started expansion of Nobu to capitals around the world including London, Tokyo, Miami, Los Angeles and many other.

Today there are more than 25 Nobu restaurants around the world, 2 of them are located in Moscow.

Nobu opened its first Moscow restaurant in 2009 in cooperation with Crocus Group. The company is owned by the Agalarov family that specializes in retail and real estate development business.

Nobu on Bolshaya Dmitrovka is located in historic part of Moscow close to all city attractions in the building that actually belongs to Crocus Group.

Nobu menu in Moscow includes most of the dishes you can expect to find at other restaurants of the chain around the world. Checkout Yellowtail Sashimi for 1300 Rub (about 22USD), Japanese Oysters for 750 Rub/a piece (about 12 USD) and Black Cod for 1600 Rub (25 USD).

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Nearest Metro Station: Krylatskoye
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Prichal is one of the upscale restaurants in Moscow located in the famous Rublevka area 12 kilometers outside city center.

On summer weekends this place gets really packed with wealthy locals and the restaurant's parking lot gets filled with the latest models of high end autos like Bentleys and Maseratis.

Prichal is situated on the bank

Nearest Metro Station: Arbatskaya
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The main attraction of Ugolek is its open kitchen with 6 cast iron stoves used to prepare various kinds of meat dishes.

Interiors of the restaurant feature brick walls, tall windows and custom made wooden furniture. The windows are kept open during warm summer months transforming the main hall of Ugolek into a large