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Serving authentic Japanese food made with only the freshest ingredients, Raku will make your Las Vegas dining experience memorable and enjoyable. The chefs at Raku use organic free-range chicken, charcoal shipped from Japan, and five different types of soy sauce, making for quality dishes that are as authentic as they are delicious. The Kobe beef here is a must-try, as is the agedashi tofu.
A glorious setting on the 23rd floor of Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas presents Twist by Pierre Gagnaire, the only destination in United States to try out the famous chef's preparations. The eloquent decor is upscale yet fun with fabulous views matching the splendor. The menu is priced on the higher side, but with a quality to match. Check website or call ahead for private dining bookings and more information.
One of the best restaurants in the city, this lovely five room restaurant inside Mandalay Bay features waterfalls and live swans. The rooms all serve to convey a different feeling, but the contemporary American and seafood cuisine always conveys supreme flavor. One of the best-known features is the wine tower, with a multi-storied wine cellar complete with pulley-climbing wine "angels".
This casual dining venue located in the Bellagio, adjacent to the Baccarat Bar, is designed by Tony Chi and has a marble floor that is etched with the noodle inspired designs. Living up to its name, Noodles serves an array of traditional noodle dishes from Malaysia, Thailand, Japan, China and Vietnam. Renowned chef, Patrick Lee has also incorporated authentic Hong Kong style barbecue dishes and several delicious dim-sum items in the menu. A meal at this chic and elegant restaurant is perfect for a celebration with the family.