Introducing: Nobu Doha
Nobu Doha, opened in 2015, has been greeted with outright delight by connoisseurs around the world.
Consider this: at 2,415 square metres (26,000 square feet), it is the largest Nobu restaurant in the world, featuring breathtaking views of the Arabian Gulf and a luxurious 134-seat interior dining area, two exclusive private dining rooms, a 10-seat sushi counter, a sophisticated White Pearl Bar & Lounge, a stylish Black Pearl Bar & Lounge, and a one-of-a-kind, 38-seat rooftop lounge that encompasses both indoor and outdoor seating options. The menu highlights Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s signature new-style Japanese fare and also showcases entirely new dishes created with the region’s local ingredients, including fresh orange-spotted trevally and black-streaked monocle bream caught in the Arabian Gulf. It promises to inspire and elevate the city’s culinary scene.
Marking a true synergy between the two innovative brands of Four Seasons and Nobu, Nobu Doha is only the second Nobu restaurant in the entire Middle East region. Designed by the award-winning Rockwell Group, the multi-million-dollar structure is the world’s first freestanding Nobu. The tri-level design takes inspiration from Doha’s pearl-diving past, incorporating rich natural elements. The exterior suggests a coiled shell, accented with undulating strips of river stone and bronze accents.
“I'm very excited to have our second Nobu in the Middle East, Nobu Doha,” said Chef Nobu. “It is an honour for me to be able to share my food and culture with different people around the world.” We couldn’t agree more—we’re elated to be home to the latest outpost in the Nobu empire.