Nobu Hotel London Shoreditch

Up to 40
Fusion, Japanese, Peruvian, Sushi

About Nobu Hotel London Shoreditch


When it comes to private dining in Shoreditch, few venues are more glamorous than Nobu. The restaurant, part of the world-famous brand started by Nobu Matsuhisa back in the 70s, has two stunning spaces for private dining, as well as plush suites for overnight stays and a buzzy bar for pre-dinner drinks. The fully private room, which is part of the restaurant, can host up to 22 seated guests, ideal for intimate dinners of all kinds. The semi-private room, meanwhile, can seat up to 40 and boasts the added benefit of atmosphere from the restaurant itself.

Those familiar with the restaurant will be pleased to see familiar signatures, as ever, on the menu here. Kick things off with tuna tartare with caviar, yellowtail with jalapeno or lobster salad with spicy lemon dressing, before moving on to the famous miso black cod. There are plenty of other options for your guests to enjoy too, as private dining is served by the full restaurant menu. Cold dish highlights include crispy rice with a choice of tartare, sashimi salad with house dressing or seared salmon karashi sumiso.

Sushi lovers can delve further into the fish and rice-based offering, sampling nigiri and sashimi such as o-toro, scallop, seabass and wagyu. Rolls are available too, often featuring clever two-ingredient pairings such as yellowtail and spring onion or eel and cucumber. The tacos here, as you and your guests may be aware, are a must, featuring either spicy miso salmon, lobster with wasabi sour cream or Japanese wagyu.

Moving to hot dishes, you’ll find a colourful array of options, including tiger shrimp with ponzu, lobster with wasabi and pepper or beef tenderloin with teriyaki sauce. Vegetarians should try the cauliflower with jalapeno salsa, as it fires on all cylinders flavour-wise. Finish with the famous mochi or opt for the Nobu cheesecake topped with raspberry sorbet.

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Average Price
££££ - Over £80
Fusion, Japanese, Peruvian, Sushi
Contemporary, Cool, Fine dining, Fun, Luxury, Romantic, Unique

Room options

Nobu Restaurant Private Dining Room

Nobu Restaurant Private Dining Room

22 seated capacity

The Private Dining room allows up to 22 guests to enjoy Nobu’s culinary delights in a private and intimate setting. Located in a cosy yet exclusive position, guests can also experience the theatrics of the Nobu kitchen.

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Nobu Restaurant Semi-Private Dining Room

Nobu Restaurant Semi-Private Dining Room

40 seated capacity

The semi-private dining room is the hottest spot in the restaurant. Hosting up to 40 people, this spacious, yet intimate room allows diners to be part of the vibrant atmosphere, with the option of having it exclusively. Perfect for any celebration!

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Location for Nobu Hotel London Shoreditch

10-50 Willow Street, Shoreditch , London, EC2A 4BH

020 7683 1200


Meet the team
Nobu Hotel London Shoreditch

Sandi Richmond

Executive chef

Executive Chef at Nobu Restaurant Shoreditch, Sandi Richmond, has a wealth of experience in hospitality. Her South African heritage has seen her work in many renowned venues across the world including One and Only in Cape Town, Beverley Hills, Tosogo Sun and the Fordoun Hotel and Spa.

Richmond’s current role is her third within the Nobu brand, having worked in Nobu Atlantis Dubai and Nobu Istanbul Turkey. She then went on to re-open Nobu Restaurant Shoreditch following a two-year closure due to refurbishment.

Alongside strong technical ability, Richmond has a thorough knowledge of hospitality business practice, budgeting and running a business of her own. She also opened the popular Peri-Peri de Moçambique Restaurant in Durban in 2010 which was operational for four years and booked out daily.

Nobu Hotel London Shoreditch

Nobu Matsuhisa

Executive Chef & Owner

Nobuyuki Matsuhisa – known to the world as “Nobu” – is the acclaimed and highly influential chef proprietor of Nobu and Matsuhisa restaurants located across five continents. Born and raised in Saitama, Japan, Nobu served a rigorous apprenticeship at a respected sushi bar in Tokyo, before opening a sushi bar in Peru. A classically trained sushi-chef, Nobu was challenged by the new culture and regional ingredients here, which kindled his inventive style, known today as Nobu Style.

After three years in Peru, Nobu moved to Argentina, then home to Japan, then on to Alaska, before finally settling in Los Angeles. Nobu opened Matsuhisa in Beverly Hills in January 1987. An instant success, it was here that his relationships with Robert De Niro and Meir Teper began, leading the trio to open their first Nobu restaurant together in 1994.

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