Nobu Restaurant

Nobu Restaurant in the Hard Rock will have an exclusive sister dining spot within the new Nobu Hotel at Caesar's Palace. It will serve many of the renowned specialties of chef and restauranteur Nobu Matsuhisa, who hails from Japan who has opened successful restaurants on three continents and has gained fans everywhere he’s gone. After gaining success and raves at restaurants in Los Angeles, London, and New York’s Tribeca neighborhood, he arrived at Las Vegas and made a splash at the Hard Rock.

The Nobu Restaurant in the new boutique Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace promises 11,200 sqaure feet of elegant dining and a chic lounge. Hotel guests have access to exclusive priority seating at the restaurant, which is at the heart of the hotel and access to Nobu's first ever in-room dining, 24 hours a day. Bento boxes (the traditional Japanese takeaway lunch box) will offer a choice of time-honored Japanese breakfast fare or the Vegas "high roller" - spicy shrimp, prime Wagyu steak, lobster with wasabi, and a sushi roll assortment. Or guests can choose from braised ribs, tea waffles, bagel and lox, and numerous other elegant brunch-type menu items. While Nobu Matsuhisa is trained as a sushi chef, Japanese flavors are only one element of the menu. The flavors of the Southwest and South America effortlessly blend with Asian dishes, and the chef has added a number of new creations.

Caesars Palace has plenty of other excellent dining spots, from casual buffets to elegant French cuisine. Nobu Restaurant is unique and superb addition, and a great pairing with the other Nobu Restaurant at the Hard Rock Las Vegas.

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