TEPPANYAKI NOBU-STYLE – ONLY AVAILABLE IN THE U.S.
AT NOBU RESTAURANT CAESARS PALACE
Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s first restaurant on the famed Las Vegas Strip at Caesars Palace is not only the world’s largest but also features the first Nobu teppanyaki tables in the United States. Perfectly nestled within the innovative David Rockwell-designed restaurant, the three teppanyaki tables are an interactive way for guests to enjoy signature dishes prepared on a hot iron grill, right before their eyes. Perfect for couples or large groups, two smaller tables seat up to eight guests each, while the private dining room offers seating for up to 16. At his flagship U.S. teppanyaki location, Chef Nobu introduces four prix-fixe teppanyaki tasting menus ranging from $90 to $240. Entrees include Jidori chicken and Madagascar prawns, Chilean sea bass and black Angus tenderloin, diver scallop and Japanese A5 Wagyu, or Maine lobster and teppan-style foie gras.
28 NOBU CHEFS FROM ACROSS THE UNITED STATES WILL GATHER
TO CREATE A SPECIAL OMAKASE DINNER
East will soon meet West at Nobu Restaurant and Lounge Caesars Palace when 28 executive and sushi chefs from Nobu restaurants across the nation will collaborate in Las Vegas for a uniquely Nobu culinary experience. Mark your calendars – October 9, 2013 – for NOBU UNITED, an exceptional multi-chef Omakase dinner. Set amidst the largest Nobu Restaurant worldwide, Nobu Caesars Palace, the masters will align for a moment in time, orchestrating a seven-course dinner that will feature the pinnacle of Nobu cuisine. The evening will begin with passed canapés and cocktails, followed by a sit-down dinner showcasing one-of-a-kind dishes from Nobu Malibu, San Diego, LA, Las Vegas, Vail, Aspen, Dallas, Miami, New York City and Waikiki. Even better, make a getaway of it. Room packages at Nobu Hotel are available. For inquiries or reservations please call 702-785-6628.
WEEKEND LUNCH MENU ROLLS WITH BENTO BOXES AND SIGNATURE FAVORITES
The innovative new Nobu Restaurant and Lounge Caesars Palace has introduced its weekend lunch menu. Served Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., guests can enjoy a variety of Nobu signature items and favorites in lunch-sized portions – including cold dishes like Nobu-style tacos or new style sashimi; signature hot dishes such as Brick Oven Black Cod or Rock Shrimp with creamy spicy sauce; and a variety of Nobu lunch sets including donburi and bento boxes. The Chirashizushi ($38, pictured), served with miso soup and pickles, includes a chef’s selection of assorted sashimi served over sushi rice. The Shojin Bento ($38) features spinach dry miso salad, vegetable nigiri, grilled tofu teriyaki, vegetables with spicy garlic and nasu miso. The Nobu Lunch Bento ($55) includes sashimi salad, nigiri and maki, black cod, vegetables with spicy garlic vegetable and rock shrimp with creamy spicy sauce. Can’t decide? The Omakase lunch tasting menu ($65/$85) offers a multi-course menu of signature items.
NOW EVEN MORE NOBU TO LOVE
It’s true: the new Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace is the only place in the world where foodies can enjoy Nobu fare around the clock, right in their Nobu Hotel room. It’s also the only place in the world where guests can enjoy one-of-a-kind dishes like the R.L.T. Rock Shrimp Buns, the Nobu Club and the Pork Belly Tankatsu Sandwich. Since the hotel’s opening earlier this year, guests have raved about the first-ever Nobu in-room dining breakfast menu, with mouthwatering dishes like green tea waffles, Nobu’s take on bagel and lox, and the breakfast toban-yaki. Now, guests have even more to love as Nobu Hotel introduces several brand new in-room dining menu items available exclusively to hotel guests. Taste buds will delight with Nobu’s rendition of American classics like Nobu’s Burger Sandwich ($24), Wagyu Hot Dog ($16) and Umami Chicken Wings ($14) or the pub-inspired classic, Nobu-Style Fish and Chips ($22).
NOBU HOTEL PENTHOUSE NAMED ONE OF THE TOP 101 SUITES IN THE WORLD
The stunning two-level Nobu Penthouse at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace was recently named one of the year’s 101 Top Resort Suites in the world by Elite Traveler magazine. Masterfully designed by David Rockwell with traditional Japanese tatami architecture influences, the Nobu Penthouse is the largest of the three Nobu Hotel suite types and features a magnificent entry with teak panel screens that contour a curved staircase. A main focal point is the 90-inch flat-panel television screen set upon an impressive two-story high wall adorned with blocks of wood. The Penthouse also includes a large living room with leather sofas, a dining table for six, billiard table, desk and large master bedroom suite.
With three styles available – the Sake, Hakone and Penthouse, each of the 18 luxury suites were designed to provide elements of luxury strategically combined with the fun and energetic expression of the Nobu lifestyle. An optimal location for entertaining, Nobu Hotel luxury suites create the perfect setting for birthday celebrations, weddings, meetings and conventions or over-the-top bachelor or bachelorette parties. Pair any event with the Nobu Hotel hospitality menu, which features bite-sized portions of the signature dishes and flavors that guests have come to know and love, for a truly memorable experience. For more information visit www.nobucaesarspalace.com or www.totalexperiences.com to book your special occasion.