Back at Nobu Waikiki

A fun night of drinks, pupus, and great company at Nobu Waikiki. My friend is a professional photographer, so luckily for me, I got a mini tutorial on food photography over dinner.

Oysters with Three Sauces ($12.00)

Bigeye Tuna Salad with Matsuhisa Dressing ($24.00)

Warm Mushroom Salad ($19.00)

Assortment of Sushi

Assortment of Tempura: Asparagus ($3.50), Kahuku Corn Kakiage ($11.00), White Fish ($7.00).

And Bubbies Mochi Ice Cream ($8.00/3pc)

One recurring theme in the dishes at Nobu is the lovely fragrance of yuzu, a citrus. Living in Hawaii provides easy access to most Japanese ingredients, but it’s the fleeting scents of rarely seen herbs like yuzu, mitsuba, and sansho leaves that fill my heart with nostalgia.

MENU: View the menu on their website.

Nobu Waikiki
Ground level of Waikiki Parc
2233 Helumoa Road
Honolulu, HI 96815
808.237.6999

Dinner:
Sun-Thu 5:30p-10:00p
Fri-Sat 5:30p-10:30p

Bar Lounge:
Daily 5:00p-12:00a

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2 Responses to “Back at Nobu Waikiki”


  1. 1 taroinbrisbane October 26, 2011 at 3:59 am

    the presentation is very 3D. the color coordination of the mushroom salad is too much red-brown or is it just the photo? agree on the herbs. I am trying to source good wasabi but not really succeeding.

    • 2 honolulueats October 27, 2011 at 11:38 am

      Yes, the color coordination on the mushroom salad could use improvement. Wasabi, huh? I guess it’s hard to get fresh good wasabi there. The herb selection is probably more limited for you over there, so I should count my blessings that most herbs and ingredients are readily available here…


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