The highly acclaimed Nobu brand brings the world's largest Nobu Restaurant space to Caesars Palace Las Vegas in the heart of Nobu Hotel. The 11,200 square foot dining area and adjacent lounge features a sushi bar, private dining area and circular central bar. It's also the only U.S. Nobu offering teppan tables.
With a menu that pleases the most sophisticated of palates, feast on imported Asian and Japanese fish, imported seafood, sushi rolls and exotic delicacies.
There are always delicious surprises in store when perusing the Nobu menu. Indulge in everything from its exclusive truffle tasting experience menu to its imported A5 Japanese Wagyu Banquet prepared on Teppanyaki tables. The most popular dish is the signature black cod with sweet miso in a bite size piece over garlic chips and ginger in a butter lettuce cup.
Socialize and be seen in the stylish Nobu Lounge, great for cocktails, dates and large parties. The exclusive lounge menu features appetizing items not available at other Nobu locations, and available only after the main dining room closes. In the mood for sake? Nobu stocks three rare sakes from Japan's Hokusetsu brewery on Sado Island, one of which is made by hand and goes through a slow drip process.
Nobu Restaurant was awarded the Trip Advisor 2014 Winner Certificate of Excellence.
WHAT TO GET AT THIS JAPANESE RESTAURANT:
- Yellowtail with Jalapeño
- Artichoke salad
- Japanese snapper with dry miso
- Rock shrimp tempura with creamy spicy sauce
- Shaved ice dessert
- Chef prepares off-menu items available nightly
- Waiters can provide tailored custom menu itineraries upon request
- Deliciously refreshing cucumber martini
- Watch chefs create masterpieces at sushi bar seats
Born in Japan, Chef Nobu cultivated his unique style of fusion artistry with influences from his travels to Peru, Argentina, Alaska and California. In 1987, Chef Nobu opened his first U.S. restaurant, Matsuhisa, in Beverly Hills, which quickly became one of the most popular restaurants due to a dedication to the highest quality and finest ingredients from around the world.
In 1994, Chef Nobu partnered with Robert De Niro and Meir Teper to open Nobu Tribeca in New York City. Chef Nobu's commitment to his craft earns accolades from the most competitive culinary markets in the world, including Nobu Tribeca being named "The Best New Restaurant" by The James Beard Foundation in 1995.
Diners "dream" of the dinners at Nobu Matsuhisa’s Japanese "hot spot," proffering "melt-in-your-mouth" sushi and "mind-blowing" cooked dishes like the "star"-quality miso black cod, plus omakase options; a "helpful" staff distributes everything in a "cool," "hopping" space ripe for "celeb sightings" – "how could you not love it?