Great food, excellent service and will be back. Decor is always on point and food was very fresh. Aria knows how to do food and service.
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We had both dinner and brunch at this restaurant during our stay at The Aria. The charcuterie and cheese selection were very good and the suckling pig was excellent. Brunch was nice with options for me which is difficult to find as I am gluten...More
Food was good and the service was friendly and attentive but the atmosphere was a bit dead and lacking. Very low lighting and quiet, it almost put me to sleep. Maybe it was just a slow night but did not feel very Vegas
We went here for a pre-show dinner while we were in Vegas. We were warned about the pricing before making the reservation. While the menu is a little pricey, it is not more expensive than any other top tier sushi restaurant we have tried in...More
I love sushi as most people do and vegas would seem to offer the best. The service was slow although the restaurant wasn't packed. The food was good but kind of plain and ho hum. For $300/person the food should be better and the atmosphere...More
If it were not for our excellent waitress, I would give this a solid 3. The seasonal large sashimi plate was very fresh. The sushi plate was fresh, but nothing special. The shrimp sushi was boiled to the point of bland leather. Good thing they...More
A friend and I stopped by Barmasa before we left on the redeye home. It was good food and was almost little plates. it wasn't the most amazing japanese or freshest I've ever had but it met my craving.
Stopped in late on a Tuesday evening for a quick bite. Large place, was practically empty. Just me and 2 other tables. Had a "Lucky 7" cocktail, $18 was not very good at all. The King Crab soup was a small portion. Very tasty and...More