Nevada Travel Guide
Caesars Palace Las Vegas Opens Nobu Restaurant and Lounge
Opening in conjunction with the 181 room boutique
hotel, Nobu Restaurant and Lounge will be the world’s
largest Nobu Restaurant with 12,775 square feet, and serve a delicious
selection of menu items for guests to enjoy.
The acclaimed chef, Nobu, or Nobuyuki Matsuhisa, is about to become a famed hotelier with the launch of the world’s first Nobu Hotel Restaurant and Lounge Caesars Palace Las Vegas. “I always put something special in my food—my heart, or kokoro as we say in Japanese” explains Chef Nobu. “For me, cooking is most about giving my customers little surprises, and helping them to discover new tastes through the adventure.”
It was in 1987 when Chef Nobu opened his own restaurant Matsuhisa on La Cienega Blvd in Beverly Hills. The restaurant quickly became a hot spot and was frequented by Hollywood celebrities, including Robert De Niro, who invited Nobu to set up a restaurant in Tribeca, NY. In August 1993, the two opened up in partnership NOBU to critical acclaim and today there are 24 Nobu restaurants in the world.
By Leroy Worley
Getting There: To learn more about the Nobu Restaurant and Lounge visit http://www.caesarspalace.com/restaurants/nobu.html#.UQln5WdLqSo.