The first Nobu Hotel in Poland is home to a Nobu Restaurant and Nobu Café. The hotel is partially a renovation of an existing building with a modern extension that encapsulates the meaning of Warsaw history.
The restaurant, located on the ground level of the new hotel wing, features a custom made Quartzite stone bar, that activates the restaurant and creates a buzz from the street. The design concept was taken from the rapidly evolving context of Warsaw, where we began to see design possibilities to marry 1920’s Art Deco elements with the Nobu brand’s contemporary Japanese aesthetic. The Nobu Warsaw restaurant continues to highlight a dual theme – the contrast between the urban aesthetic of exposed concrete with ultra-modern lush fabrics and the natural, warm elements behind Japanese design like warm Iroko wood furnishings and white oak millwork. Predominant materials such as basaltina stone floors, white oak, and Iroko wood and oil-rubbed bronze metal details provide continuity and drama as you move through the restaurant space into the hotel in Warsaw, Poland.