Foodies rejoice! Just when you thought you’ve already dined in every note-worthy Las Vegas upscale restaurant, Nobu announces that they’ll be opening their third location inside the Paris Hotel and Casino in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.
Set to open in early 2022, this Nobu Las Vegas location is sure to be the next hot spot for both locals and tourists alike. With esteemed Celebrity Chef Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matsuhisa at the helm of yet another audacious restaurant project, diners can be sure that each menu item they serve will please the eyes and delight the taste buds.
Joining 48 other restaurant locations worldwide, the newest Nobu Las Vegas location already comes with a sterling reputation for delectable fusion cuisine; but as always, the visionaries behind the third Nobu Las Vegas location are determined to create a mark all its own.
Nobu Las Vegas at the Virgin Hotel
And they certainly accomplished that with the opening of Nobu At Virgin Hotel in 2021. The ambiance alone makes the Nobu At Virgin Hotel a must-see destination. But of course, what draws the crowds in is the inspiring menu that blends flavors from around the world into unique dishes that only the most accomplished of chefs could ever dream up.
From smoked wagyu dumplings to Chilean sea bass with myoga cilantro, ribeye truffle butter, lobster tacos, and Japanese red snapper rolls, the Nobu At Virgin Hotel location keeps your imagination running wild, and your stomach happily satiated.
Additionally, the waitstaff is well-trained to assist you in making the perfect selections, and they give you the utmost attention that you deserve in such a top-end atmosphere. Moreover, one would certainly be remiss not to mention the awe-inspiring presentation of every plate they serve. If you add a signature drink from the bar, Nobu Las Vegas becomes the perfect night out in Sin City.
Nobu Las Vegas at Caesars Palace
And just when naysayers thought that they couldn’t possibly do it again, Nobu Caesars Palace opened in 2013—making it the second Nobu Las Vegas location worthy of an elegant night on the town. Blending gorgeous design elements with hand-crafted cocktails and mouth-watering sushi rolls, tempura dishes, and Japanese wagyu, Nobu Caesars Palace has become a bustling destination for all food lovers who live in Las Vegas or travel there often.
Known for their attention to detail, every dish that leaves the kitchen looks like a work of art and tastes like a culinary masterpiece. With most dishes served tapas-style, diners can savor many flavors and textures in one sitting as they sip high-end cocktails with family and friends. And the service has become synonymous with what one would expect from the most exclusive boutique restaurants worldwide. Diners at Nobu Caesars Palace are encouraged to order a sampler plate and expand their palates even further in an adventurous dining experience.
And perhaps the best part of experiencing a meal at any of the Nobu Las Vegas locations is something that’s rarely ever mentioned in the press. Because behind all the fanfare at every new Nobu restaurant grand opening is the inspiring story of the chef who started it all.
About Chef Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matsuhisa
In 1949, in the populous city of Saitama, Japan, Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matsuhisa was born into a life that would become anything but ordinary. Following the tragic accident that left him without a father at the tender age of 8, Nobu began traveling the world with his mother and two brothers—seeing firsthand how poverty and hunger can affect communities across the globe.
After graduating high school, he first broke into the restaurant business as a dishwasher in Shinjuku, Tokyo, where he later worked his way up to be a sushi master. Then, after several years of honing his craft, a regular customer invited him to open his first restaurant in Peru. The rest, as they say, is history; but for a determined Chef Nobu, it was only the beginning of an illustrious career.
These days, Chef Nobu now has 48 restaurants to his name and 13 hotels with seven more on the way with co-owners—actor Robert De Niro and film producer Meir Teper. He has also been featured in 3 major films, including Casino, Austin Powers in Goldmember, and Memoirs of a Geisha.
Matsuhisa is a James Beard Foundation Award winner as well—which recognizes the top culinary professionals in the United States. And he authored seven books.
But knowing all of Chef Nobu’s accomplishments—impressive though they may be—isn’t the only reason diners continue to pack his Nobu Las Vegas restaurants night after night. Because when you dine there, the experience is what burns into your memory. From the moment you walk in the doors, the definition of hospitality awaits you.
New Nobu Las Vegas restaurant at Paris
Like all of the top casinos and hotels in Las Vegas, Nobu Las Vegas restaurants let no detail go unnoticed. From the lighting to the luxuriously comfortable seating, the starched chef’s whites, and the staff waiting to greet you, a meal at Nobu becomes the ultimate splurge. And the newest Nobu Las Vegas location will surely not disappoint once it opens in early 2022.
Located in the gorgeous Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, diners will be surrounded by European-inspired decor, exciting casino games, high-end shopping, and an outdoor pool with stunning views of the Eiffel Tower.
Even if you only plan to visit the Nobu Paris Hotel for dinner, you just may fall in love with the atmosphere so much that you decide to stay the night.
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