Hot New Opening: Japanese Restaurant Nobu Opens In Shoreditch

London has such a great diversity when it comes to the different areas of the town. These mini-villages all truly have their own personality and Shoreditch in East London is the edgy friend we all wish we had. It is constantly in development and there are several new exciting openings all the time. One of these openings is the new Nobu Hotel which is opening in July.

Nobu Hotel Shoreditch

As with any opening by the Japanese restauranteur, the Nobu Hotel in Shoreditch will be the ultimate sleek and chic hotspot. Amongst the rough exterior of many reworked warehouses and buildings in the East End, the ultra-modern 156 room hotel will be a breath of fresh air.

The hotel is located on a side street in walking distance to all the cool destinations one expects to find in Shoreditch. The hotel will also feature a stunning restaurant and lounge area. This is definitely a welcomed addition to the London food scene.

What to expect

The third London Nobu restaurant will offer 240 seats, a sushi bar, semi-private dining spaces and a terraced courtyard. The restaurant will serve some of their classic dishes, but will also be introducing some new exclusive dishes. Expect to find fresh raw fish dishes, as well as some incredibly tasty meat dishes straight from the grill. The design is very much a merge of Asian influences found in the clean wood, mixed with the rough concrete.

If you choose to stay at the hotel you are definitely in for a treat with these stunning, exclusive rooms they offer. In dark, mysterious colors the rooms will tick all the boxes you would expect from a luxury hotel.

The hotel scene in East London does feature some great places like Shoreditch House and the Ace Hotel. However, this stylish new destination will most definitely be a massive hit.

Address: 10-50 Willow St, London EC2A 4BH, UK





Photo credits: Ben Adams Architects, @nobuhotelshoreditch, Nobu Hotel Shoreditch


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