Nobu Malibu


Since moving into a sleek bleached-wood structure on a prime spot of Carbon Beach in 2012, chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s Malibu outpost has become the spot to see-and-be-seen for Westside Angelenos. Reservations fill up quickly for the coveted tables on the outdoor patio, especially during the summer months, when the restaurant is bustling day to night with diners clamoring for classics like black cod with miso, toro tartar, and rock shrimp tempura with creamy spicy sauce—all served with a side of postcard-perfect ocean views.

Nobu Malibu
22706 Pacific Coast Hwy.Los Angeles, CA United States

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