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About Nobu Las Vegas - Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Nobu Las Vegas at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino brings Chef Nobu Matsuhisa's critically acclaimed signature fare to the Nevada desert. Traditional Japanese cuisine is infused with bold South American and Western flavors to create a style that continues to captivate audiences worldwide. Signature dishes include Yellowtail Sashimi with Jalapeño, Rock Shrimp Tempura with Creamy Spicy Sauce, and Black Cod Miso. Dining with the Omakase menu allows guests to experience the essence of Chef Matsuhisa's cuisine through a multi-course tasting.
The David Rockwell designed decor, featuring a river rock wall, abounds with those who want to be seen, while more discrete sushi lovers opt for a little privacy behind natural bamboo. Pulsing nightly to a rhythm of its own, hip locals, chic party-goers and serious connoisseurs all affirm Nobu Las Vegas as one of the hottest dining destinations in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas, NV 89169
Hours of Operation:
Sunday through Thursday 6:00pm-10:30pm
Friday and Saturday 6:00pm-11:00pm
Paradise Road and Harmon Road
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Nobu Las Vegas offers full service catering and event production. Enjoy an intimate dinner for two in the comfort of your own dining room or a cocktail and sushi-making party at a choice venue. Nobu Las Vegas is the most prestigious way to entertain friends, family and colleagues.
Nobu Las Vegas can undertake every aspect of the event to ensure the very best experience is created for you. Our team of highly trained chefs and professional staff are available to work at any event space you desire.
Valet service provided by the hotel as well as self parking in lot.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Partial and entire restaurant are available for exclusive sit down dinners and passed cocktail and canapé receptions. Ideal for both small and large scale events, the Nobu Las Vegas Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Private Dining team can help you bring your dream event to life. All parties 12 or more are required to dine with a prix-fixe menu. Please contact the Events and Private Dining department for booking and further information at email@example.com
Nobu Las Vegas at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is the ideal location for your event. We offer two private dining areas as well as accommodations for non-private group dining. Our Private Dining team looks forward to creating a memorable experience for you and your guests.
Nobu Las Vegas - Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Ratings and Reviews
We have dined here before. This time we noticed that the restaurant was not as busy as it normally is...now we know why. We started with an order of Edemame and and order of Shishito peppers, both were very salty. We also got Miso soup which came to the table lukewarm. Usually the food at the Hard Rock location is very good but this time the sashimi & sushi rolls taste were very basic and lacked creativity like regular sushi from basic sushi restaurants. We were very dissapointed in the quality and taste of the fish/food and feel that is no longer worth going to.
Though the food is tasty, this is not the Nobu I know of from Honolulu to Crystal Cruise as the loud music really doesn't provide the atmosphere for more itimate conversation. This restaurant is more for younger crowd if you like rock music blasting all over.
Everything about this restaurant (except the service) was wretched. I’ve been to over 40 countries, eaten at Nobu in Tokyo and London (Old Park Lane) and this was possibly the worst oldest tasting sushi/sashimi I’ve ever had. Your music was way too loud and the decor was falling apart. Tell the chef he needs to go back to being a fry cook and leave gourmet meals to real chefs. God do I regret choosing your location over Ceasers. You need to have your Michelin Star pulled.
I opted for the signature omikase which was excellent.
There is an extensive list of Japanese whiskies but seems expensive but it is Vegas. I tried a bourbon barrel-aged which was excellent.
Arrived 6:15 pm. It was practically empty and quiet from the casino. 2 hrs later it was jam- packed with loud people having fun.
Definitely returning for food
I have dined at Nobu many times and this time we had a waiter that wanted to sell an experience and what he really sold us was an unnecessary $800 for 3 people that was not exactly the best food I have eaten there before. So people be ware of waiters that want to sell this experience and make sure they give you a food menu so you can inform the wait staff exactly what you want to order. I will never allow this to happen ever again.
The restaurant went out of their way to make our "Friendaversary" one to remember. A special thank you to Kian and Albert for making our night so special. The food was insane, Lychee martinis were wicked, and the Nobu attention to detail were second to none. We will certainly be back.
Staff was strange and very pushy to get you to order more and more food. Manager hovered over wait staff as we ordered our food and then was forcing staff to push more food on us to increase the bill. It was slightly annoying to be asked to order more items when we hadn't even received what we already ordered. Food was very good. But be prepared to be asked many times to spend more money.
We went here for our anniversary. We decided to do the tasting menu that the server tailored to fit our tastes. We did not know what would be coming as we left it up to them and this was a wonderful experience. We had salmon and yellow tail sashimi, rock shrimp with a jalapeño cream sauce, black cod, two varieties of sushi, and a crab dish before we had their Japanese style donuts for dessert. Everything was delicious here.
Noise, noise... Nobu is a restaurant not a night club with DJs! The restaurant's music noise level is too high. It was difficult to hold a conversation at a table for two. Plus the style of the background music was a very fast beat that tells me the restaurant staff is attempting to get customers in and out as fast as possible. Basically Nobu is an Asian dining experience and the music in the background should reflect the Asian culture. I am a local in Las Vegas and this is my third time at Nobu and the noisiest.
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