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It was awesome!
Had a couple drinks in the lounge area first, best cocktails we’ve had in Vegas so far!
Amazing food and service. They even acknowledged my sisters birthday with a Happy Birthday dessert we chose from the menu.
Just remember there is a Nobu at Caesars Palace as well, so if you are meeting people make sure you communicate which one you are planning to go to. Our party was a bit off since half went to the wrong restaurant.
Our server was extremely helpful and knew exactly what we needed!
Good, not as upscale as the menu prices suggest. But good food
My waiter was especially helpful by helping
Me choose a menu item that went well with all of my other choices.
Food was amazing, Nobu never disappoints! Staff was fantastic!
Good food, small portions, very expensive but creative food.
Went here for dinner with some girlfriends on our last night in Vegas. Delicious high quality food! Our waiter was great and explained all the menu items very well. He gave us a little history on how Nobu was started and great dining experience for us. A little pricey, but worth it for a special night!
Nobu is the bomb, best sushi you will find, great menu!
The food was good. However the service was lacking. My drink was spilled all over me. Then the manager came over to apologize and make it right. Unfortunately, none of this happened. My food came out last (10 min difference) plus the manager never followed up. Not to mention a dessert that never showed up.
Not great for its popularity
Nobu is on just about every list of "go-to spots" in every big city, so the wife and I finally took the plunge and had a pre-Valentines night of great food. Our server was awesome and took good care to ask about our dietary restrictions (we're owners of a big CrossFit out in Santa Monica, CA, so we have to stay up on our game ;p). I was impressed and pleased by the great craft-beer list they had from Japan. Fantastic to try some great brews, and landed on the white ale as one of my absolute favorites. Citrus and bright flavors already sit well with me, so this beer was really awesome.
The tasting menu was really, really good; however, now that we've had the experience of going through parts of the menu, we'd look forward to focusing our future resources solely on the black cod and the seared and sliced steak. They were fantastic. So was the yellowtail and jalapeño; a signature for Nobu and definitely didn't disappoint.
The atmosphere was great; chic and wooded with some gentle, pulsing beats in the background--by no means a club vibe, which would've sent us running for the hills.
The small downside (that we weren't necessarily prepared for) was the total sticker-shock at the end of the meal. We knew it was premium, but this was the most I've ever spent for two people. Tasting menu for two, 1 glass rose, 2 beers: $430 (tip included). Stung a bit, especially when I realized that my wife and I were eyeballing another bar as we were leaving because we were still pretty hungry.
Great experience overall, and I'd definitely come back...most certainly if someone else were paying, or my teeth were made of gold.
I dine at Nobu often in NYC. And when I come to Vegas . Tonight the fish was not as fresh as it always is. Was disappointed. Also food came out to fast.
I had the chef’s tasting menu and it was well worth the money! Melt in your mouth food and every dish was better than the last. The service was great! It was a little loud but in Vegas that’s not unexpected. Definitely will be back
Worst experience I've had at a NOBU restaurant (and have been over 50x). The GM did a terrific job of apologizing and trying to fix the situation. Table service was a joke. Food orders came out wrong. They didn't pay attention to service nor the basics of asking us for a 2nd drink. Very uncharacteristic of a NOBU. Perhaps the location at Hard Rock appeals to a lower level guest vs. other locations. It was a shockingly poor experience. The server should be fired!
Went to celebrate my birthday and was a little disappointed in the ambiance. I wasn't aware that there was a location in Caesar's Palace and probably would have rathered gone there. I was also a little disappointed that I wasn't offered a free, celebratory desert or anything for my birthday. I'm sure it's optional for a restaurant to provide that, but most I've been to do. The waiter was ok, but I was super annoyed that the table buster kept interrupting us by wanted to clean the table off as we were still eating and conversing. I felt as if that could've waited until we left especially since it wasn't busy.
We have dined Nobu several times, however this time was exceptionally irritating. It happened to fall on a busy night at the casino, so we were informed THREE times before even being seated that our table had been re-booked at 7:30 and we had to be out before then. Even after being seated, before we even had a beverage the waitress with the "Can I bring you Edamame? or Shishito Peppers?" I asked can I see a menu first? She says... "Oh... you haven't dined with us before? We like to custom..." Jesus, can you rush me through this dinner any faster??
The cod was great, my steak was great, but I don't like that my side of mushrooms was brought out last... about 10 minutes after my steak.... so let's just eat mushrooms by themselves.... poor timing, but I guess that's what happens when you're being rushed through dinner.
My husband and I are quick to life - every moment of everyday, so for you to rush the one meal, on the one night we don't have to hurry ourselves back to work, you pretty much ruined it for us. By the way, we were out of the restaurant within 45 minutes, so all this prior information about how close you book your reservations was completely unnecessary. I get that you're a small restaurant, but when I'm shelling out over $400 for dinner - the proper thing to do would be wait until the next table shows up and offer to move us to the bar for dessert or something far less tacky.
All Nobu's are my favorite and this one did not disappoint. Very good . Will go back
Food was just ok this time. It is usually unbelievably good. Service was outstanding as usual.
Smell of cigarettes was a little over whelming
My third visit to Nobu in past 12 years or so. For the first time was disappointed. The space needs a major refresh and honestly there was just no energy in the presentation of the menu, delivery of food or cocktails. The pace just seems down overall. Sushi was just OK. Won't go back to this location.
Service was terrible.......we left. He talked too fast and didn’t offer menus and when we asked for them, he was confused as to y
Best sushi ever
Delicious food, service was slow after we told the server we had to leave for a show at 9, but still well worth it!
This was so terribly disappointing. I know it is not THE Nobu but I was hoping it would be a close approximation of the famous New York restaurant. Well if this is, then hard pass.
To be fair, the Shisito peppers and the Miso black cod was good.
But the sushi was terrible...and expensive...and terrible. The yellowtail was not fresh, had a very odd texture, and an old fish flavor. The albacore was clearly a bad cut with sinew and tasted last ke canned tuna. Perhaps it is simply the location does not get any traffic therefore the fish sits around and rather than throw it away, they use it.
Do NOT waste your money as this place is expensive and not worth it. Maybe the Caesar’s location is better as they get more traffic. Still bummed at how disappointing this was.
One of the best meals of my life. Ambiance was busy and loud. Service was a little fast but the FOOD!!! Oh my god yes. Do the tasting.
Why are the waiters mostly men. The temperature in the restaurant was too hot. They brought our food one after another I felt like they wanted us out of there quick, therefore they kept asking to pick up appetizers that were not finished to open room for the main dishes. I know it’s Nubo but really the pricing a bit high. Dot get me wrong the food is good but!!!!
Fantastic dining experience. Fantastic food. Wonderful new items, and great festive atmosphere.
Amazing meal - the Alaskan Black cod and Wagyu Ribeye were to die for. I have gluten and dairy allergies and everything the chef prepared was enjoyed by the the other seven people and I could eat it all!!! The only problem was the music was so loud and it was hard to talk business....
Felt like everyone was being run in an out like an assembly line. Nobu has jumped the shark. Never again
Felt very rushed. Were told we only had a certain amount of time before next seating
We had a Reservation to 8pm and arrived 8:07pm when they asked us to wait at the bar until 8:34pm. Other people(“executives”) arrived later and entered first. That’s not ok. The noise level was absurd, we couldn’t hear the waitress sometimes, but her service were great. About the Food, took more minutes then expected to arrive, but was good(not remarkable).
Sat at the sushi bar and asked Chef to help us out. Proceeded with 2 incredible sashimi offerings and 2 exquisite rolls. The cocktails were thoughtful, unique and delicious. The wine list was relatively reasonable and wound up getting a bottle of a Pinot that was offered by bottle at a very accessible price. Service was amazingly friendly and attentive and each server seemed to have bought in to Chef Nobu's vision. Overall a bit of a splurge for my PA, but so worth it!!
Caveat, I like an active, busy, loud restaurant with a great vibe. Being in the Hard Rock is a big negative for Nobu. Been going to Nobu's for years. Used to love Nobu in the Hard Rock. It appears everyone now goes to Nobu at Caesar's now. It's time to shut down Nobu Hard Rock. Maybe put one in Aria, Bellagio, or Wynn. The restaurant was quiet and super empty. It used to be always active and a hip hot spot. Now it's just a quiet empty restaurant. The food and service is still awesome, but if you want a vibe, you better go to Nobu Caesar's or Nobu Malibu or Nobu 57.
Average- not the best nobu location I’ve been to. One of the weaker locations. Good food/ Boring atmosphere.
We were looking forward to this dinner, but it became an anti-climax once the food started arriving - really nothing to write home about. Food was ok, nothing out of the ordinary. Our server was really great, but that's about it.
Way overpriced for the amount of food you get, spent over $250 for food and drinks for 2 and left hungry, had to hit in and out on the way home.