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cuisine

Japanese

price level

$$$$

attire

Business Casual

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contact

1-702-785-6628

hours

DINNER & LOUNGE
Sun-Thru 5pm-11pm
Fri & Sat 5pm-12am

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ABOUT NOBU

The ideal destination to be seen and socialize!

"The first-ever Nobu hotel, restaurant and lounge will offer a stylish new experience of luxury and hospitality, appealing to returning Caesars Palace guests and attracting new visitors," said Gary Selesner, president of Caesars Palace.

The 11,200 square foot Nobu restaurant and lounge, located in the heart of the Nobu Hotel, will offer several teppanyaki tables, sushi bar and private dining area along with a large lounge and bar boasting 327 seats.

Reviews

"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?" -Zagat

Chef's Corner

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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.