This iconic New York sushi haven, by chef Nobu Matsuhisa, is attached to the brand-new boutique Nobu Hotel within Caesars Palace. It’s the largest Nobu restaurant in the country, and the first to offer teppanyaki in addition to its huge sushi selection. Its opulence—both the restaurant’s and the hotel’s—is second to none, with a menu to match. It’s not the first Nobu in Vegas (the original is at the Hard Rock Hotel), but this outpost will be the one by which the others are judged.
3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South
|Cross street:||at W Flamingo Road|
|Opening hours:||5–11pm Mon–Thur; 5pm–midnight Fri; 11am–3pm, 5pm–midnight Sat; 11am–3pm, 5–11pm Sun|
|Transport:||Bus Deuce, 202|
|Price:||Main courses Lunch $12–$55. Dinner $22–$64|