This, by far, had their best cuisine. It is also their most expensive restaurant. We had the sushi and a chicken dish for lunch.
Although expensive the dishes here were all beautifully prepared, delicious and service was excellent.
I took my wife to Marssa for her birthday and we had the omakase. It was one of the best meals we have had, anywhere, and I would say without hesitation that Marssa stands up to Morimoto in Philadelphia, which is one of my favorites. Service was excellent, and Chef Kaz's creations were amazing. The chef used superior quality ingredients... More
Came here for a girls weekend loved the atmospheres he fools was amazing with a beautiful presentation.
spent few days at Lake Las Vegas. quiet and calm side of Las Vegas area. went to the strip for dinner and the show first 2 nights. It was very disappointing. the strip was busy with wave of people, restaurant with so-called celebrity chef had normal wait time of 45 min to an hour. our last night in vegas, we... More
We had a dinner at this fabulous restaurant when I was at the Westin Lake Las Vegas for a workshop. The service and food were excellent, they offer some creative sushi with fresh fish that makes it hard to believe that you are in the middle of the desert. The cajun albacore, the Tiger roll and the Hamachi Fiesta were... More
First, this is not an American restaurant. The food is Japanese probably with a bit of Americana involved but close to authentic Japanese. We avoided the place after we moved here because some reviews said "not that great" and it was presented as expensive. Well I am really irritated that we waited. Yes, it is not an inexpensive place; but... More
Despite a good Maitre D, the food was generic and ordinary. Our dessert was poor and in general the food was very overpriced for the quality. Warning, if you cannot tolerate MSG, do not eat here, the food was loaded with the stuff.
The food was great, very nicely presented, very tasty. The waiter was attentive. The views were lovely. The hotel seemed mostly empty mid week - we had the restaurant and the outdoor fireplaces later mostly to ourselves. It is expensive. Portions are adequate to allow for appetizer and entry and have room for dessert (which was an awesome chocolate thing).
We had sushi (although there are lots of other options on the menu)- and it was the best I have ever had! I was hesitant to have sushi in this land locked oasis- but apparently they import it daily from all over the world - and WOW! Truly the best sushi I have ever had! We also had a server... More
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