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“Enjoyable meal in hotel”

Fin Chinese Cuisine at The Mirage
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Ranked #1,085 of 5,012 Restaurants in Las Vegas
Price range: $31 - $50
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Good for: Romantic, Bar scene, Business meetings
Dining options: Dinner, Late Night, Reservations
Dining style: Fine Dining
Neighborhood: The Strip
Cross street: Spring Mountain Road
Description: Excite your taste buds with contemporary Chinese cuisine in an elegant, international atmosphere complete with beautiful Asian decor and a relaxing waterfall to set the mood for a serene dining experience. Enjoy large portions of delectable meat and live fish prepared and served family-style. Sample General Tso's Chicken or Kung Pao Chicken/Shrimp both covered with signature sauces made from scratch are passed around the table.
Reviewed July 23, 2012

We decided to try Fin because it was in our hotel. We had a very good experience. My husband said the sweet and sour soup was the best he's ever had. The chicken stir fry and the shrimp pea pod were also very good. The decor is very lovely. The shot of Bailey's with the fortune cookie was a nice touch. Our server was very attentive.

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Thank Smore10408
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Reviewed July 22, 2012

We decided to come here because it had food that we were interested in, and it was conveniently in our hotel.

Very cool environment. Liked the atmosphere a lot! Service was pretty efficient but not friendly.

We started with drinks. I got their special mojito made with dragon fruit. It was delicious, and had this piece of caramelized dragon fruit as garnish. YUM! My friend liked her blood orange margarita too.

We ordered veggie spring rolls, which came with two sauces. One was horseradish, which I didn't realize til it burned my tongue. The spring rolls were just meh. They had a weird kind of taste, almost like fish, so didn't appeal to this vegetarian.

I got the veggie lo mein and my friend got the garden vegetable stir fry. They came out and hers was chicken. She sent it back and got the right dish. The garden veggies was mostly huge pieces of bok choy, with some broccoli and beans, and like 1 carrot. It didn't look appealing at all. My lo mein didn't even have any broccoli in it. Some bok choy and some carrots, and bean sprouts. It was fairly bland.

They bring you a fortune cookie at the end with a shot of a creamy pistachio liquor. This was the highlight of the meal!! The fortune cookie tasted homemade. It was really light. Unfortunately, mine had no fortune in it, just a couple lucky numbers. The shot was delicious and creamy and made me want to order more.

The bill was pretty pricy for what we got, though they did take off my friend's entree for making the mistake, which was nice.

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Thank rubyiu
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Reviewed July 9, 2012

Hubby had the mongolian beef. I had the kung pao chicken. The meals were fairly spicy. The flavors were really over powered by the peppers. Egg drop soup was bland. Potstickers and Mango pudding were the only thing that I enjoyed. The food came back to haunt me later.

Thank MeganRN
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Reviewed July 6, 2012

The restaurant is decorated nicely. We got in without a reservation but it was weekday and was still busy. I would recommend one. We had shrimp in lettuce leaves apps which are fresh and tasty. Then some Kung Pao chicken which was not hot at all. I added some hot sauce to flavor it. They gave us a shot of baileys with our fortune cookies and we also had amazing cappucinos. The first Chinese restaurant that could make a good coffee. Actually one of the better cappucinos I've ever had. Worth it if you are dining in the Mirage but I would not go out of my way to get here. There are just too many great restaurants in Vegas to choose from.

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Reviewed July 3, 2012

This was the worst and most expensive Chinese I have ever had. The Mongolian beef had the same taste as the Kung Pao Chicken! Just no flavor at all. We spent a lot of money for this sub-par meal!

Thank PokerCPA
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