Located at the Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace, Nobu Caesars Palace set in 12,775 square feet is the world’s largest Nobu Restaurant and the first to offer teppanyaki in the United States. With 327 seats, the restaurant offers a sophisticated yet whimsical experience and features a sushi bar, exclusive private dining area and an impressive selection of dishes including Nobu’s signature items such as black cod with miso, rock shrimp tempura, yellowtail sashimi with jalapeno and squid “pasta”. Additional culinary offerings include cold dishes, hot entrées, brick oven dishes, kushiyaki, specialty tempura, sushi and more.
Designed by David Rockwell, bowed columns of bamboo will line the exterior of the restaurant to resemble the structure of a traditional Japanese ikebana basket used in the art of flower arranging. The restaurant features colorful, patterned private dining pods, and floating above are oversized light fixtures inspired by Japanese tea whisks. All materials have been hand-crafted and curated to create a complete luxury experience.