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Nobuo at Teeter House

622 E. Adams St. (7th St.) Send to Phone
602-254-0600 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Menu
Nobuo Fukuda’s izakaya and omakase complemented by wines, sakés, beers and cocktails.
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Local Deals: 120 * 90

Lunch & Dinner Tues.-Sun.
  • Parking garage
  • Dress code: Casual
  • Full bar

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Nobuo at Teeter House Restaurant Review

: It was a sad time in 2009 when Nobuo Fukuda ended his partnership with restaurateur Peter Kasperski and closed Sea Saw, taking with him his magical, multi-course omakase meals. But beauty bloomed again in the summer of 2010, when Fukuda realized his dream and opened a place of his own. The theme is more relaxed and spare like a true izakaya (small plates pub) in Japan, with room for about three dozen in the partitioned dining rooms and just four lucky folks at the omakase bar. The menu changes often to reflect seasons (Fukuda sources ingredients from the coveted Tokyo Tsukiji fish market), yet some staples include a panko-fried soft shell crab sandwich on homemade focaccia slathered in kanzuri (chile-yuzu) aïoli; silky yellowtail sashimi decorated in grapefruit and avocado; and five-spice braised oxtail with udon and pho broth. For drinks, sommelier selected beers, sakés and wines celebrate alongside mixologist-crafted cocktails.

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