Nobu Atlantic City

Checking In with Nobu Restaurant at Caesars Atlantic City

If you’re looking for an unforgettable dining experience, look no further than the newly opened Nobu Restaurant at Caesars Atlantic City Hotel, which opened last Fall. With its elegant atmosphere, exquisite Japanese cuisine, and exceptional service, this restaurant is a gem that will leave you wanting more.

As soon as you step into Nobu Restaurant in Atlantic City, you’ll feel like you have entered a world of sophistication and elegance. The stylish interior design blends modern and traditional Japanese elements, creating a unique and captivating atmosphere. The soft lighting, sleek decor, and comfortable seating provide a luxurious and intimate dining experience.

Of course, the main draw of Nobu Restaurant is its exceptional Japanese cuisine. Renowned Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s menu features various traditional and modern Japanese dishes that satisfy any palate. From the classic sushi and sashimi to the innovative hot and cold items, each featuring the freshest and highest quality ingredients.

Chef Nobu pictured with Chefs Wendi and Evelyn Velazquez

One of the standout dishes is the black cod miso, a signature dish that food critics worldwide have praised. The tender and flavorful fish is marinated in a sweet and savory miso sauce, creating a perfect balance of flavors. Another must-try dish is the wagyu beef, which is cooked to perfection and melts in your mouth with each bite.

At Nobu Restaurant, the service is just as impressive as the cuisine. The staff is highly trained and knowledgeable, providing attentive and personalized service to each guest. From recommending the perfect wine pairing to accommodating dietary restrictions, the team at Nobu Restaurant goes above and beyond to ensure that every guest has an exceptional dining experience.

In conclusion, Nobu Restaurant at Caesars Atlantic City Hotel is a true masterpiece that offers an unparalleled luxury dining experience. With its exquisite cuisine, sophisticated ambiance, and exceptional service, it’s no wonder this luxury restaurant in Atlantic City is quickly becoming a top destination.

Chef Nobu recently visited Nobu Atlantic City, and I asked some questions about how it’s been going thus far.

How is the Atlantic City restaurant doing since opening? 

We opened late in late October during the off-season in Atlantic City and have hit the ground running. We’ve received positive customer feedback, which is very important to me. It makes me happy when my customers leave happy because that means they will want to come back again. 

Is it meeting expectations? 

January and February are the slowest months, but we still have a strong turnout, especially on the weekends. We have a really great team at Nobu AC. I am so proud of them and of all the hard work they’ve done and continue to do. We are all looking forward to a busy and successful summer. 

How does it differ from other Nobu restaurants? 

Nobu Atlantic City is the first east coast location with an ocean view. 

How often do you visit the AC location?

This was my first time visiting Nobu AC since we opened. I usually travel ten months a year, visiting all my restaurants worldwide. But, the pandemic prevented me from doing so for almost two years. I’ve started back up my travels and look forward to my return trip to AC.

How many people does Nobu AC employ?

We currently have around 90 staff members in both FOH and BOH.

If you’re looking for an unforgettable culinary adventure, book a reservation at Nobu Restaurant today.

And stay tuned for information about Nobu Hotel opening in Atlantic City later this year!

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Marilyn Johnson

Marilyn is a freelance writer covering the food and drink scene of South Jersey. You can find more of her writing on Philly Grub and NewsBreak.

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      Marilyn Johnson says:

      Same here, Dan. We’re going to The Borgata next month, but hopefully later in the Spring we can check out the scene at Caesars!

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