Nobu Crown Perth

Nobu Perth

What can I say about Nobu at Crown Perth? A very short, sharp, succinct review would be – fabulous food, exemplary service and great atmosphere. But I’m sure that won’t be enough!

Started by chef Nobu Matsuhisa, film producer Meir Tepir and actor Robert De Niro, there are more than forty Nobu restaurants worldwide with three in Australia. Nobu opened its Perth doors in 2011 and has retained its premier restaurant status combining great food and great service.

We booked Nobu for an anniversary meal more than three months in advance and we still only managed to get a lunch booking – yes it is that popular. We were seated in the main dining area – a nice window table overlooking Crown’s swimming pools. There are two other seating areas, one at the sushi bar where customers can watch the non-stop hard work by the chefs and another outside the main area behind the bar. All were full. The dining areas are classically Japanese with dark colours lightened by a myriad of orange lights.

Nobu Perth

Nobu Perth

Nobu Perth

Nobu has a very good value lunch special which many people were enjoying while we were there. For $55 customers get a Bento box, featuring an ocean trout tataki salad plus the chef’s selection of sushi, tempura prawn, roast chicken, steamed rice and miso soup plus a glass of sparkling wine.

Nobu Perth


We decided to go a-la-carte and working from recommendations we firstly ordered a Nobu signature cold dish of Yellowtail Sashimi with Jalapeno ($29). Six succulent sashimi slices duly arrived and were delicious. I had been wary of ordering sashimi outside of Japan, it is raw fish after all, but this offering changed my mind!

Nobu Perth

Next up was one of Nobu’s famous tacos – a fusion of Mexican and Japanese but coming down heavily on the Japanese flavours. We opted for the Wagyu beef tacos ($12 per piece) and were not disappointed – these succulent morsels were really good. Other taco options include lobster, tuna, salmon and scallop. The third dish was the Soft Shell Crab Watermelon ($38). It sounded a weird combination but I had been assured that I would love it and I did! Eight pieces of tempura soft shell crab arrived nestled on top of marinated watermelon – what a treat.

Nobu Perth

Nobu Perth

Our final savoury dish was the Black Cod Miso ($49)– Nobu’s ultimate signature dish. This is why chef Nobu Matsuhisa is called The Codfather. Melt in your mouth delicious – if you only have one dish at Nobu – make sure it is this one.

Nobu Perth

Now the big question was could we manage a dessert? Of course, the answer was that we could manage to squeeze in one to share.  We settled on the Miso Cappuccino – served in a cup – it was a heavenly mixture of miso and milk chocolate crème, coffee chocolate crumble, vanilla ice cream and coffee foam ($19).

Nobu Perth

The staff was attentive without being pushy or intrusive, very knowledgeable about menu ingredients and friendly while still maintaining professionalism. Each dish was beautifully presented – looking almost too good to eat – almost!

Right, I should probably stop raving now and start looking forward to my next Nobu meal – already booked for a friend’s birthday – for next April. 

Address: Crown Perth, Great Eastern Highway, Burswood.

Phone: 08 9362 7551

Reservations: Essential

Opening hours: Seating times.  Lunch: Monday to Sunday 12-2pm. Dinner: Sunday to Thursday 5:30pm-9:30pm. Friday and Saturday – 5:30pm -8pm. 8:30pm to late

Gluten-free options: Yes

Vegetarian options: Yes

Restrooms: Clean and accessible

Parking: Lots of free parking at the Crown complex. Valet parking $55.

Website: www.crownperth.com.au/restaurants/premium/nobu/info-booking

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About Hazel Broomhead

My name is Hazel and I am a Perth senior!

Originally from Edinburgh in Scotland, my husband and I moved to New Zealand with our children in 1974. As my husband is in the oil business, we moved to several other countries including the Sultanate of Oman, the Netherlands, Singapore, the Philippines, the USA, Russia and Kazakhstan during the next 36 years before retiring to Perth.

We have six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren who live in different parts of the globe – New Zealand, Scotland and Colombia - which makes a great excuse for us to travel and visit.

My career background is in radio and print journalism in Scotland and New Zealand as well as public relations in various other countries.

We love to eat out, walk, travel and enjoy the wonderful lifestyle here in Western Australia.

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