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Nobu Chefs Gather for a One-Off Omakase Feast in Vegas

Christina Garofalo

On October 9, Nobu Matsuhisa will gather 28 of his executive and sushi chefs from Nobu restaurants across the country—including Malibu, Miami, Aspen, and New York—to host an exclusive seven-course omakase menu at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace Restaurant and Lounge in Las Vegas. Open to 250 guests per seating ($195 per person), the first Nobu United event will kick off with a cocktail party where canapés of salmon and ikura with yuzu-jalapeño miso, fig dumplings with yuzu, and duck breast with Okinawan potato (and more) will be passed around.

The meal will start with lighter fare, such as Peruvian oyster shooters; lobster with yuzu, tofu, and truffle; and fluke chimichurri and toro. The chefs will put an autumnal spin on slow-cooked Wagyu beef, serving it with Douglas-fir-infused miso and king-trumpet bone marrow with chestnuts. Scallops baked in their shells will be served with smoked tomato and soy salt, and a sushicourse ofsalt-cured tuna and lemon-cured salmon with truffle will also be served. There will be a second seating for the menu sans canapés and cocktails ($170 per person), as well as an optional wine-and-sake pairing for $80 per person. (702.731.7778, nobuevents@caesars.com)

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