Since its inception in New York City, Nobu Japanese Restaurant has exponentially grown in popularity and now has many locations worldwide. 

At Nobu Paris, you can enjoy all the genre-defying cuisine Michelin-starred Chef Nobu Matsuhisa is known for amidst a light and airy setting. 

If you want to enjoy gourmet cuisine but want to skip the formal setting and attire, there’s no better place than Nobu Paris. 

This article explores Nobu Paris’s innovative menu, ambiance, dress code, and more so you know exactly what to expect and what makes it so popular.

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Japanese-Inspired Cuisine for Every Palate 

The menu at Nobu Paris features Japanese-inspired cuisine with hints of Peruvian influence. 

With imported seafood, exotic delicacies, tacos, sushi, Japanese A5 wagyu beef, and more, you’re sure to find the perfect pairing of dishes for any preference.  

Below, you’ll find an in-depth look at each section of Nobu’s menu so you can plan the ideal meal for your palate.

The Menu at Nobu Restaurant in Paris Las Vegas

Nobu Restaurant Menu – Paris Las Vegas

Nobu Cold Dishes

A screenshot of various cold dish plates from Nobu Restaurant in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Starting with Nobu’s Cold Dishes, the menu incorporates familiar and unexpected flavors to create decadent, delicious bites. 

From creative salads with lobster and mushrooms to unique seafood and caviar dishes, this menu section is home to crowd-pleasing plates.

A screenshot of various cold appetizer plates from Nobu Restaurant in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The Yellowtail Jalapeno, a staple of Nobu for years, will not disappoint. 

Nobu Hot Dishes

Similar to the Cold Dishes, the Hot Dishes include much-loved Nobu favorites that can be found in various locations.

A screenshot of various hot appetizer dishes from Nobu Restaurant in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Many options feature grilled meats accompanied by Nobu’s signature sauces, giving you a taste of their best flavors right off the bat. 

The Black Cod with Miso, another classic house specialty, comes highly recommended.

Salad / Vegetables 

The salad and vegetable section of the menu contains dishes that are great as appetizers or complements to meat-heavy dishes.

A screenshot of various vegetable dishes and miso soup from Nobu Restaurant in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

They prepare elevated versions of classic salads like the Nobu Caesar Salad with Seasonal Fresh Truffles as well as more surprising options like Warm Mushroom Salad. 


Nobu Paris offers three tasty soups, which make a great transition between appetizers and entrees. Choose between Miso with Tofu, Mushroom, and Spicy Seafood. 

If you enjoy spicy foods, I recommend the Spicy Seafood Soup. 


Tempura can be found in most Japanese restaurants, but at Nobu, their light, crispy breading and premium ingredients make it undeniably delicious. 

The Rock Shrimp Tempura is a house specialty. It comes with either butter ponzu or creamy spicy sauce, but I recommend the latter as it’s one of the sauces that helped put Chef Nobu on the map.

Other tempura options include Lobster, Vegetable, Seabass, Shrimp, and Vegetable.

A screenshot of various tempura options and shishito peppers from Nobu Restaurant in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.


Another way to add some greens to your meal is with the Shuko or snacks menu section. 

It offers two basic yet scrumptious classic Japanese offerings: Edamame and Shishito Peppers. 

These dishes are also excellent for sharing over a cocktail. 

Nobu Tacos

Nobu Tacos have a two-piece minimum when ordering, but don’t be surprised if you want to order more.

A screenshot of Nobu taco options from Nobu Restaurant in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The Vegetable, Lobster, and Wagyu Tacos highlight Chef Nobu’s expert ability to combine Peruvian and Japanese flavors. 

Their blend of savory and fresh flavors paired with a crunchy shell is utter perfection. 

Japanese A5 Wagyu 

When it comes to steak, Japanese A5 wagyu beef is considered the best in the world, and at Nobu, they wouldn’t dream of using anything else.

Their tender cuts of steak are cooked to perfection using a preparation method of your choosing.

A screenshot of Japanese A5 wagyu steak prepared in various styles from Nobu Restaurant in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

They are also priced by the ounce and come with various signature sauces. 


I strongly recommend the Omakase Tasting Menu, especially if this is your first visit to a Nobu restaurant. 

Omakase means trust us, and considering the abundance of unique dishes and unfamiliar delicacies on the menu, trusting Chef Nobu is the best way to get the complete experience. 

Heads up, your entire table has to participate to enjoy the tasting menu.  

Nigiri & Sashimi

A screenshot of various sushi and sashimi options from Nobu Restaurant in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Nobu’s sushi offerings are out of this world, starting with the Nigiri and Sashimi. 

Their use of premium purveyors, top-tier imported seafood and fish, and exotic offerings show you what culinary excellence is all about. 

You can order each of these selections with or without rice, but it doesn’t really matter; you’re going to drool over them either way.

A screenshot of various nigiri and sashimi selections from Nobu Restaurant in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Choices include common fish and seafood options like Snow Crab and Yellowtail and delicacies like Toro and Salmon Eggs. 

I recommend the Sushi or Sashimi Selection if you want to try several.   

Sushi Maki

The Sushi Maki selections at Nobu are beautifully rolled in seaweed and use only the finest ingredients to ensure optimal flavor combinations.

A screenshot of various sushi maki choices from Nobu Restaurant in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Whether you like classic sushi rolls like California and Spicy Tuna or are more adventurous with your seafood consumption, Nobu will exceed your expectations. 

If you enjoy spicy dishes, make sure to order the house specialty Yellowtail & Jalapeno. Sushi can be ordered as a hand roll or sliced. 


While the extensive menu at Nobu gives you a lot to digest, the desserts should not be overlooked. 

One of the most popular sweet treats is the Japanese Whisky Cappuccino. It consists of coffee creme brulee with layers of milk ice cream, crunchy coffee cacao soil, and Japanese whisky foam.

A screenshot of various dessert choices from Nobu Restaurant in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The Yuzu Cheesecake is also fantastic. 


Nobu’s bar is known for its premium list of Hokusetsu Brewery sakes. 

They have exclusive rights to sell their spirits in the U.S., so you won’t find their selection of sakes anywhere else.

A screenshot of various cocktails, Japanese whiskey, and Nobu sake from Nobu Restaurant in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Even so, if sake isn’t your thing, the menu also features unique specialty cocktails, premium wines and spirits, creative non-alcoholic drinks, and handcrafted teas to quench every kind of thirst.

Reservations at Nobu Restaurant in Paris Las Vegas

Nobu Restaurant in Paris Las Vegas uses the Opentable restaurant reservation platform, making it easy for diners to find availability, make a reservation, receive confirmation, and edit/cancel a reservation if plans change. 

Opentable doesn’t require you to create an account, but if you do, you can earn points each time you make a reservation and complete your dining experience. Points can be redeemed for various perks including Amazon Gift Cards!

An Energetic and Welcoming Atmosphere 

Nobu Paris has an unpretentious vibe, perfect for casually enjoying exceptional cuisine.

A screenshot of the ambiance, atmosphere, dining areas, bar, and entrance at Nobu Restaurant in Paris Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The space is filled with natural wood design elements, giving it a light and airy ambiance. It also sits along a walkway, so it’s great for people-watching while you dine. 

The lively atmosphere is fantastic for intimate date nights, special occasions, and dinners with friends or family.

Things To Know About Nobu in the Paris Hotel 

Location: From the casino, take the walkway near Le Central Lobby Lounge, and Nobu Paris will be on the left, just past Cafe Americano. If you reach Bobby’s Burgers, you’ve gone too far. 

Hours of Operation: Nobu Paris is open daily from 4 PM until 10 PM.

Dress Code: The dress code at Nobu Pairs is casual. However, dressier attire is also suitable. 

Price: For couples, a meal including various dishes from across the menu, cocktails, and a dessert costs approximately $250 to $350.

Caesars Rewards Dining Perks: Paris Las Vegas is a part of Caesars Entertainment, so if you’re a Caesars Rewards member, you can earn points for dining. Membership is free. You can even pay for your meal or part of it if you have enough points. You can find more information here at Caesars Rewards.

Nobu in Summary

Known for genre-defying cuisine, Nobu Paris is the perfect place to enjoy gourmet cuisine in a casual atmosphere. 

From Japanese A5 wagyu to sushi to exotic delicacies and tacos, their menu has something to satisfy every palate. 

I hope this in-depth review was helpful, and thanks for checking us out here at the Las Vegas Report!

If you’re looking for more dining options at this amazing resort, check out our complete guide to restaurants in Paris Las Vegas.