Restaurant ・ Japanese

An extensive menu of Japanese items with Peruvian influences from Chef Nobu is found in this stunning setting overlooking Hong Kong’s harbour and its twinkling skyline.

2/F, InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

+852 23132323


Lunch HoursMon to Sun, 12:00 noon - 2:30 pm

Dinner HoursMon to Sun, 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Dress CodeSmart Casual




Private Room1 room for 2-12 rooms

Accept Credit CardYes

Bring Your Own BottleYes

Smoking AreaNo


Japanese with Peruvian influence has long been Nobu's culinary style and return visitors will find old favourites that are always well-executed. Here they are set against panoramic views of that famous Hong Kong skyline and amidst stylish and satisfying design despite rather low ceilings. Produce is quality and combinations memorable: jalapeños pair with yuzu and ponzu; truffles complement miso. The fish is superb. Desserts have a Japanese twist and are worth saving space for, and the sake list includes hot and cold options to suit most tastes. A comprehensive wine menu caters to those who prefer grape-derived over rice-based. Service can take some time to warm up—from a half-hearted “Irasshaimase!” on arrival to an almost foot-tapping impatience while asking for recommendations, service is slightly lackluster to begin with, but it soon warms up and by dessert staff are cracking jokes like old friends.