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Hard Rock Hotel & Casino 4455 Paradise Rd. Las Vegas, NV 89109
4455 Paradise Rd.USNevadaLas Vegas89109
$$$$Japanese Restaurant, Ethnic Foods
Japanese Restaurant
Ethnic Foods
Japanese Food
Seafood Restaurant
Sushi Restaurant
Today 6–11PM
Saturday 6–11PMSunday 6–10:30PMMonday 6–10:30PMTuesday 6–10:30PMWednesday 6–10:30PMThursday 6–10:30PMFriday 6–11PM
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Striking, bamboo-accented Hard Rock Hotel venue for Nobu Matsuhisa's Western-informed Japanese menu.- Google
"We also ordered the finest Sake they had to offer, and dessert."
"Fusion Japanese food and a bit pricey."
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saul Green
2 weeks ago
A little bit of a walk from The Venetian's casino but they'll seat you quickly and the service is friendly.
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Victor Ugarte
a year ago
This is the second time I have eaten here. What an experience!!! The flavors, the presentation, the customer service is incredible. I especially want to thank George Lipson for making me feel like I had been to his restaurant 100 times before. The way he walks around and mingles with the clients and chats with you makes you feel like you are part of his family. I would highly, highly recommend this dining experience to anyone. You must try this place.
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Frederick C
8 months ago
Why one star? Because of the price. We had a party of 10 and it was about $200 a person. What happened to these place. No Japanese staff or even a Japanese person making the food? They try to get you by doing this family style thing. It is so Americanized. They actually had crunchy rolls as a course. Are you F'ing kidding me? Presentation is not worthy of a $200 per person place. Everyone eating there was Caucausian, and there were not Japanese patrons. This has become a glorified Bennihana. Except that you will PAY PAY PAY here
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Kari Stanley
2 years ago
The sushi is mouth watering, all the food is very very good. It's quite pricey though, and although I think it's worth the experience, there are many sushi restaurants to choose from that would be cheaper and very good as well. I have eaten at the one in San Diego and it's a great atmosphere. Just be ready to spend some money!! This place is great for a special occasion.
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Craig Sanderson
4 months ago
Overrated in my opinion. Not bad, but not good. The casino pays for it, so I don't care about the prices, still just think it's as good as any usual sushi place. Just another hyped up name.
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Angela Orgeron
a year ago
Food was amazing. Best dining experience we had in Vegas . We did the chefs dining tasting experience and thoroughly enjoyed it. The service took the experience to the top. Ed was amazing ..the entire staff was exceptional This is not the typical hotel restaurant. You can't hear the casino noise or smell the smells Loved it!
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Matt Grose
2 years ago
Started out pleasant. Then I looked at the menu. Nothing but ordinary rolls. The quality of the rolls was fine but I am very disappointed by the selection and pricing. You will pay Specialty roll pricing for plain with no choices of special. There are no drinks on the menu provided. I ordered a large hot sake and they charged me $32. Wow. When I asked about the price, I was asked in a condescending manner by the manager, "did you order it"? He basically answered after that why it is so expensive.... "People come in all the time and just ask for a sake" he said. That is what they are counting on and why they do not give you the drink menu when you walk in. Don't ask for an extra napkin... it might be on the drink menu. He also described the restaurant as high end. What high end restaurant doesn't give you a drink menu/wine list when you are seated? The only good thing in comparison to others is it is convenient if you are at the Hard Rock. I guess they know that.
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Michael Meinhart
3 years ago
We had a table for three, and went all out. We each ordered the $125 "OMAKASE", which is the complete Nobu dining experience with a multi-course tasting menu. We also ordered the finest Sake they had to offer, and dessert. Our bill ended up being $495, but that is the price you pay for the best tasting food on earth. Every bite is literally an explosion of flavor in your mouth that not everyone will be able to enjoy in their lifetime. As far as service goes, there are servers everywhere all around you at all times. You'll never have to ask for water, because there are specific "water" servers whose job is just to watch your water and if it is under half-full they fill it immediately. It was really just a sensational experience unlike any I've ever had and most likely will ever have again. Worth every penny! And make sure to visit the Hard Rock Casino while you're there to complete your experience.
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