While Nobu may have made the move from their iconic Berkeley Square location, their re-homing on the well-heeled streets of Marylebone is certainly set to be a change for the better. Taking up a plot inside the new Nobu Hotel in Portman Square, the famed restaurant is set to expand with a cocktail bar and coffee lounge being thrown into the mix.
In the main dining room you'll be able to tuck into those signature Japanese plates - we're talking rock shrimp tempura, black miso cod and yellowtail sashimi - in a newly renovated space, which boasts wood furnishings, large windows and pops of colour throughout. The Nobu Bar is set to be a more sultry affair, decked out in dim lighting and plush seating, while the bar itself serves up classic cocktails with "a local twist". Most exciting of all though is their leafy outdoor terrace, where you'll no doubt find London's most dedicated sun-worshippers getting their sip on come summertime.
And for the daytime diners? Nobu Portman Sqaure will also have a chic lobby lounge dedicated to serving coffees, light lunches and pre-dinner drinks to hotel guests and passers-by alike.