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Savor Japanese fare at MGM Grands’ Morimoto. Chef Masaharu Morimoto’s Las Vegas venture is elegant, chic, and refined. Serving authentic dishes, each with a burst of rich flavors, everything put on your table will looks artistic. The sushi sampler is divine, with rolls wrapped in crispy seaweed. The oysters are fresh and the beef carpaccio is a favorite among regulars. The tuna pizza is innovative and well balanced in flavor. The list of delicacies to sample here goes on! The impeccable service will make your dining experience at this eatery memorable.
If the New York-New York Hotel & Casino is the Las Vegas version of the Big Apple, then Il Fornaio is its little Italy. Dine in elegance inside the restaurant or sit "outside" near the hotel's indoor stream and enjoy an authentic Italian meal. The restaurant features homemade pastas, wood-fired pizzas, grilled steak, duck and fish. But you'll have to pry yourself away from their bread steeped in olive oil or you won't even make it to the main course.
If you came here to drink, you will find hearty dark ales, golden lagers and delicious pilsners. The beer is tasty and well respected in the western United States. If it is food you need, grab a table and try to narrow down your dinner choices. Highly recommended are the Artichoke-Olive Pizza and the Rosemary Lamb. The Spicy Salmon Handroll will wake those taste buds. There is no official dress code here, but as this is the present hot spot in the area, you will want to look nice.
Voted Best Chinese Restaurant by Las Vegas Life Magazine's 2007 Epicurean Awards, Wing Lei is located within Wynn Las Vegas. The ambiance consists of 100 year old pomegranate trees, a Botero sculpture, and velvet, red, and gold accents. The food is a mélange of Cantonese, Shanghainese, and Szechuan cooking. If you are unsure of which dishes to order, try a 5 or 7 course prix fixe dinner.
Located in the swank Wynn Las Vegas, Mizumi is just one of the many excellent dining options in the hotel. Alongside other restaurants like Sinatra and Costa Di Mare, at Mizumi the menu features authenticity in the form of Japanese cuisine. From teppanyaki (iron griddle) and robatayaki (fire-roasted) tables to fresh, innovative sushi and sashimi, the talented chefs here have what you want. Another highlight is the ambience; the tables are surrounded by tranquil Koi ponds and giant fish sculptures, all housed under pagoda style roofs and red furnishings which are more reminiscent of China than Japan. Nevertheless, the food prepared right in front of you is always superb.
The SW Steakhouse found in Wynn Las Vegas is a cut above the other Vegas steakhouses. Offering a variety of entrees like pan-roasted sea scallops, roasted Scottish salmon and cheese-crusted Colorado lamb chops, the SW Steakhouse is not the typical meat and potatoes joint. Though, of course, they do serve meat, and it is to die for. Every steak is cooked to perfection and you can certainly find some specialty steaks here, like a double-cut rib eye or a 40 oz. Porterhouse for two. After dinner, try the summer sampler for dessert, but be sure to bring friends to help because this is a four course dessert with shakes, ice cream sandwiches, sorbet and ice cream bars.