GET INTO BED WITH NOBU FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER
Guests of Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace will have 24-hour access to the Nobu dishes they love with first-ever in-room dining menu by Chef Nobu
World-renowned chef and soon-to-be hotelier, Nobu Matsuhisa, is set to welcome guests to the world’s first Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace early 2013 with rooms now on sale for Feb. 4. In addition to the 181 stylish rooms and suites designed by David Rockwell, the Nobu Hotel will present a total transformation of in-room dining and the concept of room service will be forever changed.
Guests for the first time ever, will be able to order breakfast as well as the Nobu dishes they crave around the clock. Imagine waking up in a luxurious room at the new Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace to a welcoming knock, senses aroused by the sweet scent of blueberry and yuzu soba pancakes and an order of eggs Matsuhisa with roasted asparagus, bonito egg sauce, ikura and toasted bao. For the late-riser, perhaps the one-of-a-kind Vegas bento box featuring maki rolls, spicy tuna, California rolls and soft shell crab sounds like the perfect way to welcome the afternoon. Or, after spending the day lounging at the pool or enjoying the sprawling casino, enjoy a decadent dinner savored in room with delicious options ranging from signature items like lobster ceviche, angus tenderloin or black cod miso, to other favorites such as the Nobu Style lobster roll.
Whatever your favorite Nobu dish, when the world’s first Nobu Hotel opens at Caesars Palace, the culinary genius of Chef Nobu becomes a 24/7 delicacy reserved only for those who wisely booked a room at the new boutique hotel in Las Vegas.
With the choices so plentiful and the Nobu in-room kitchen serving 24-hours daily, here is a sample of how a guest might enjoy Nobu cuisine in their room:
9:00 AM – Breakfast for Two (comes with coffee, tea, milk or juice)
2:30 PM – Lunch
7:00 PM – Light Meal
8:30 PM – Dinner
Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace heralds in a new era of style, design, service and luxury in Las Vegas…and when the name Nobu is attached; you can be sure that the dining choices, both in-room and at the new 12,775 square foot Nobu Restaurant and Lounge, will be unmatched.
A highlight of the in-room dining experience will be the distinctive selection of Nobu bento boxes which have been created to excite any palate. From the Matsuhisa to the High Roller, the Nobu in-room dining team has created a menu that is so unique; it is literally a game-changer in the hotel industry.
The menu doesn’t stop at the bento box; guests can choose from a large selection of Nobu salads and noodles, such as the lobster and shiitake salad, Nobu’s “new-man” ramen and yaki udon with either chicken or shrimp. For those looking to create the ultimate Nobu tasting menu, the list of choices is both vast and flavorful and includes: Nobu Caviar “Royal Ossetra,” miso soup, Nobu sashimi tacos and the R.L.T.rock shrimp buns – a slider-style takeon Nobu’s signature Rock Shrimp served on a toasted bao bun dusted with nori, butter lettuce, rock shrimp, creamy spicy, Maui onion/tomato salsa. In addition, there is a full selection of entrées, including a 24-ounce bone-in rib-eye, Jidori free-range chicken and succulent Scottish salmon.
Nobu will offer up the perfect options for foodies, including the Nobu ‘club,’ pork belly tonkatsu sandwich – 14-hour pork belly panko fried, homemade tonkatsu sauce, mustard butter served on shokupan bread, vegetable tacos, black cod butter lettuce, a selection of salads and noodles and desserts including tofu cheesecake, mochi ice cream, Nobu green tea brulee.
Known and loved all around the world in Nobu Restaurants stretching across five continents, many of Chef Nobu’s most popular dishes can be ordered to your room including the signature dishes yellowtail jalapeno and black cod miso.
For more information visit www.NobuCaesarsPalace.com or call (800) 727-4923.
Reigning at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, Caesars Palace features 3,960 hotel guest rooms and suites, including the brand new Octavius Tower and 181-room Nobu Hotel. The 85-acre resort offers 25 diverse dining options including celebrity chef-branded restaurants by Gordon Ramsay, Bobby Flay and Guy Savoy, the award-winning Bacchanal Buffet, nearly 130,000 square-feet of casino space, a five-acre Garden of the Gods pool oasis and the luxurious Qua Baths & Spa. The Forum Shops at Caesars showcases more than 160 boutiques and restaurants and the 4,300-seat Colosseum spotlights world class entertainers such as Celine Dion, Elton John, Rod Stewart, Shania Twain and Jerry Seinfeld. For more information, please visit www.caesarspalace.com or caesars.thedigitalcenter.com . Find Caesars Palace on Facebook and follow on Twitter.