From Japan to New York: Nobu restaurant
From Japan to New York
Actor Robert de Niro, an icon of Hollywood cinema, decided to partner and open several Japanese restaurants in CDMX together with Japanese chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa, who is positioned among the best chefs in the world, because he learned to combine Latin flavors. with Japanese food and that made the flavors explode.
Together they opened a restaurant called Nobu, which has dozens of franchises in the world. Since 1994, Robert De Niro together with the chef opened their first restaurant in Beverly Hills, today they have become the Japanese food specialists. When the success of the restaurant began, they decided to expand to cities such as New York, Dallas, Moscow and Mexico City.
Among its specialties are Toban Yaki dishes, Osusume, Nobu Special Hot Dishes, Salads, sashimi, sushi, tiraditos and other menus in cold dishes. Today there are more than 50 Nobu restaurants in the world, with a mix of traditional Japanese ingredients with ingredients from South America.
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