EAZ sticks their head into the new sushi spot nestled in the Hyatt Gainey Ranch and comes out smiling. Phoenix has always been a bit short on legit high-quality sushi restaurants so will this one help remedy that condition? To the EAZ report:
At Noh, there’s a bit of a structure—it costs $70 (plus tax and grat) and that gets you six courses. They do two seatings, one at 6pm and another at 8pm. You can, of course, add or subtract according to your likes and dislikes, but we suggest just going with flow.
The salmon was fresh and showed a bit of heat that was immediately cooled by the refreshing cucumber. The course was paired with a taste of sweet Trimbach Riesling. We then moved on to a narrow plate of avocado and tuna placed in alternating half folds.
Then it was on to something warmer—a soup of katsuo dashi broth with a single pork and chicken gyoza swimming about. Tinges of mushroom, garlic, scallions, and chives were evident. This course was the perfect transition to the cooked fare to follow.
Sushi Chef Marc is the perfect guy for this job. He’ll play the reserved, revered, and intense sushi chef for those non-conversational types, or he’ll just be that guy from Jersey you want to hang out with to anyone who wants to chat.
For more check out full report, EAZ here.
Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch
7500 E. Doubletree Ranch Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85258