Foodies who have tasted the fruits of Master Chef Nobu Matsuhisa will think they died and went to heaven when they hear that his soon to open Las Vegas hotel at Caesars Palace will be offering 24-hour room service. Translated this means whenever you get a yen for a Tomago Yaki (Japanese style omelet), Green tea waffles, Yellowtail Jalapenos, a bento box or Nobu’s famous sashimi tacos, all you have to do is pick up the phone and dial room service.
Although not yet open, rooms at the stylish 181-room hotel go on sale Feb. 4, 2013, and with the announcement of Nobu for breakfast, lunch and dinner en suite or room they will probably sell out fast.
Just imagine waking up in a luxurious room or suite to a welcoming knock, senses aroused by the sweet scent of blueberry and yuzu soba pancakes and an order of eggs Matsuhisa with roasted asparagus, bonito egg sauce, ikura and toasted bao. For the late-risers choices are such as a one-of-a-kind Vegas bento box filled with maki rolls, spicy tuna, California rolls and soft shell crab sounds like the perfect way to welcome the afternoon. Or, after spending the day lounging at the pool or enjoying the sprawling casino, feast on a decadent dinner savored in room with delicious options ranging from signature items like lobster ceviche, angus tenderloin or black cod miso, to other favorites such as the Nobu Style lobster roll.
Whatever your favorite Nobu dish, when the world’s first Nobu Hotel opens at Caesars Palace, the culinary genius of Chef Nobu becomes a 24/7 delicacy reserved only for those who wisely booked a room at the new boutique hotel whic heralds in a new era of style, design, service and luxury in Las Vega.
The 12,775 square-foot Nobu Restaurant and Lounge, sounds dreamy with its selection of Nobu bento boxes. From the Matsuhisa to the High Roller, the Nobu in-room dining team has created a menu that is so unique; it is literally a game-changer in the hotel industry
Nobu will offer up the perfect options for foodies, including the Nobu ‘club,’ pork belly tonkatsu sandwich – 14-hour pork belly panko fried, homemade tonkatsu sauce, mustard butter served on shokupan bread, vegetable tacos, black cod butter lettuce, a selection of salads and noodles and desserts including tofu cheesecake, mochi ice cream, Nobu green tea brulee.
For more information visit www.NobuCaesarsPalace.com or call 800-727-4923.
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