Nobu, the world renowned Japanese restaurant recognized for pioneering a New-style Japanese cuisine, started as a business partnership in 1994 between Chef Nobu Matsuhisa and his partners: actor Robert De Niro, producer Meir Teper, and restaurateur Drew Nieporent. Originating in New York as the flagship restaurant, the Nobu brand is now an empire that spans across five continents, with international locations in London, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Beijing, Milan, The Bahamas, Melbourne, Dubai, Cape Town, Moscow, Mexico City, Budapest, Perth, Monte Carlo, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Doha and national locations in Las Vegas, Malibu, Miami Beach, Dallas, San Diego, Los Angeles, Waikiki, Lana’i. The global Nobu enterprise recently expanded to include the first ever Nobu Hotels in Las Vegas, Manila and Miami with anticipation for an exciting line of luxury hotels to follow.

This year Nobu Restaurants found the perfect summer home with Adriatic Properties in Montenegro at Queen’s Chair. Queen’s Chair sits on the top of a rocky cliff emerging from the sea, surrounded by cypress and maritime pine forest, as well as various Mediterranean vegetation, dominated by laurel trees, rosemary and lavender whose fragrances caress the air. The location was named after Queen Maria Karadjordjevic’s favorite place to sit and relax and during her stay at the nearby royal summer residence. The restaurant’s terrace offers a breathtaking view of the Old Town Budva, the island of Sveti Nikola and the peninsula of Sveti Stefan, thus being one of the most stunning viewpoints on the Budva Riviera.

The breathtaking views and spectacular sunsets of Queen’s Chair provide the perfect setting for Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s world renowned cuisine.

Nobu restaurants, simultaneously a visual and culinary delight, continue to receive unprecedented praise and rave reviews from publications such as the New York Times, the Zagat Surveys, and the Michelin Guides. The restaurants' popularity and devoted following are a tribute to Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s innovation in traditional Japanese cooking. For additional information, please visit