Nobu Polanco first opened in 2014, following the enormous success of its sister location in Mexico City. Expertly blending Japanese cuisine with Peruvian influence, Nobu restaurants have won numerous awards; many signature dishes can be enjoyed here, such as Yellowtail Jalapeno and Black Cod with Miso.
Designed by the prestigious Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos, the space has been transformed from a colonial-style mansion built in 1953 to an exquisite three-floor restaurant, dominated by wood-carved furniture, natural elements such as stone and metal, and warm lighting. The restaurant pays homage to the classic Rockwell-designed locations around the globe yet also embraces its own distinct ambiance. It exudes a level of prestige and elegance, complementing the new-style Japanese cuisine created by renowned Chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa.