Bearing the name of celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa, it comes as little surprise that this stylish haunt instantly became one of the island’s must-visits. Fortunately, Matsuhisa Mykonos more than lives up to the hype with an eclectic menu featuring the master chef’s famed Japanese Peruvian fusion fare. Situated within the luxe Belvedere Mykonos Hotel, this is also one of the few open-air Nobu restaurants in the world with an outdoor sushi bar. Just follow the tongue-in-cheek Finding Nobu signage to discover more. Take it from us, this is not a venue you'd want to miss checking out! It's the place to see and be seen.
Chef Nobu Matsuhisa hardly needs any introduction – his restaurants are among the best dining venues across the world. With outposts in Dubai, Montenegro, Houston, Tokyo and several other cosmopolitan cities, Nobu brings his unique blend of Japanese and Peruvian to foodies around the globe. And the Myconian counterpart serves up the chef's signature black cod dish, which we recommend you order when you visit to truly soak up the Nobu experience.
On the menu, you will find global favourites including rock shrimp salad, yellowtail jalapeno, white fish dry miso, salmon karashi su miso and sashimi salad. The daily specials include traditional Greek cuisine prepared using fresh, local ingredients and fish caught from the Aegean Sea.
Chef Nobu visits the restaurant several times during the year, especially for the Nobu Food Festival, which sees him serving up his signatures. So if you're looking to rub shoulders with the chef himself, keep an eye out for the calendar of events at Belvedere Mykonos Hotel. While the event is likely to attract crowds, if you reserve a table in advance with your concierge, we can make it happen! We recommend a cosy spot by the seaside, where you can enjoy the pristine views while tucking into sumptuous fare and savouring inventive cocktails.