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Nobu's Famous Black Cod with Miso

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Welcome back to new Eater video feature Untouchables. In it, we highlight iconic cult dishes that are practically synonymous with the restaurants that serve them. They are dishes that persist through menu changes, that diners return to again and again, that chefs can't remove for fear of revolt. We continue today Tribeca and Midtown staple Nobu and a dish that chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa first debuted in LA and then put on his Tribeca menu almost two decades ago: the oft-copied, now ubiquitous black cod with miso. As longtime Nobu veteran Ricky Estrellado explains, black miso cod is a traditional Japanese dish, but Matsuhisa made it a signature by turning up the sweetness. Take a look.

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