Nobu Restaurant & Lounge is gearing up to make its big debut on Monday inside the first Nobu Hotel in the world, and with it comes the launch of chef Nobu Matsuhisa's first in-room dining menu. Guests who stay in the 181-room boutique hotel inside Caesars Palace will be able to order breakfast as well as Nobu dishes around the clock, cooked out of the same kitchen as Nobu's restaurant fare.
Some of the dishes on the in-room dining menu include blueberry and yuzu soba pancakes and an order of eggs Matsuhisa with roasted asparagus, bonito egg sauce, ikura and toasted bao. Look for green tea waffles with a yuzu whipped cream and Tomago Yaki, a Japanese-style omelette.
Matsuhisa, who created the menu, even has a one-of-a-kind Vegas bento box featuring maki rolls, spicy tuna, California rolls and soft shell crab for $55. Another Matsuhisa bento box for $65 features a sashimi salad, nigiri and maki, black cod, spicy garlic vegetable and chicken anticuchos. The big one, the High Roller, clocks in at $288 with lobster wasabi, Wagyu steak, shrimp spicy garlic, spinach dry miso with crab and rolls and nigiri.
For lunch and dinner, look for everything from rolls and sashimi as well as a 24-ounce bone in ribeye for $100. Most dishes contain few descriptors, such as the Takumi burger and Nobu fries or the $30 artichoke salad. Even Nobu's caviar Royal Ossetra makes the menu at $170.
Other dishes that might cater to the foodie include the Nobu club, pork belly tonkatsu sandwich with 14-hour pork belly panko fried, black cod butter lettuce, a rock shrimp slider and desserts including tofu cheesecake, mochi ice cream and Nobu green tea brulee.
Nobu's most popular dishes — yellowtail jalapeño and black cod miso — can also be ordered.
Below, find the entire in-room menu with prices for Nobu Hotel.
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