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02/22/2012Provided by Citysearch -
We go to Las Vegas 2-3 times a year and usually stay at the MGM. The food at Pearl is wonderful! We can recommend for an appetizer the Dungeness Crab Spring Rolls. The are light and delicious! The best ever is the Almond Chicken for an Entree'. Ohhhh, we dream of it when we come back home and can't wait to go back and eat it again! Also, we love the Shrimp and Pork Rice. It is so good. It is on the expensive side, but expect it for a wonderful meal! Amy
04/06/2011Provided by Citysearch -
This place has the best atmosphere out of all the restaurants I have been to in Vegas. The food was good...HOWEVER, my boyfriend and I did the hibachi thinking because we were in Vegas, it would be the best hibachi show we had ever seen. Instead it was by far the worst performance, and I was very let down. The guy didn't speak to us, nor did he light a single thing on fire - he just simply cooked the food in front of us. The food was so good though, that I would recommend this place...just don't expect to be amazed by the hibachi.
07/05/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I am not sure I have ever done this in my life but after I finished my main course I walked up to the chef and told him this was the best meal I had ever had..
Food is spectacular... Huge wine list... Try the bacon wrapped chilean sea bass...
I ate at RM Seafood the night before in the Mandalay Bay and this blew it away...
MGM is a dump...
09/25/2009Provided by Citysearch -
We'd read some wonderful reviews on this restaurant on a different site, which was why we chose to come here. We love Sushi, being fans of Takashi's in Salt Lake City, Fuki Sushi in Palo Alto, CA (most of the time), and Yoshi's in San Francisco, so we've got some decent Sushi experience under our belts. When it came to Shibuya, I have had better sushi at Whole Foods. Their Kampachi and Hamachi were flavorless, their Salmon tasted soapy, and their Rock and Roll hand roll had barbs. We ordered the vegetable tempura which was fair at best. Another appetizer my husband had was actually decent once he decided to eat half of them instead of the whole piece (they added a RIDICULOUS amount of rice to it). I agree with other posters that the portions were small on the whole. As for the ambiance: Interesting design and color scheme made it fun to look around and appreciate the design. However, it was also FREEZING in the restaurant, and it was so loud our ears were ringing when we left. With 5 industrial cooking fans in the main dining area, it is no wonder. There is little opportunity to talk because the tables for 2 are quite long and there are no walls or partitions between any of the tables. Service was decent, but we paid $180 for our meal (which was ridiculous and so surreal we were just flabbergasted that we were charged so much for such sub par food) and we felt genuinely robbed. I would completely avoid this location if you want sushi while in Vegas. Try ""Yellow tail"" in the Bellagio instead - at the very least you'll be able to hear each other while you talk. We will NEVER eat here again. 2 stars.
06/25/2009Provided by Citysearch -
My husband really wanted to go to this restaurant. So when I called to make reservations, I was informed that there was a dress code. We really dressed up and looked nice. When we got there, we were told we'd have to wait a few minutes (it wasnt quite 530 and they dont start serving dinner until 530) so we waited nearby. Right after we checked in, this family who were dressed sloppily walks up and says they have reservations for 530. They were seated immediately and we were STILL waiting! Why were they seated before 530 and we had to wait?! Then we were seated next to a family with a screaming baby-oh great! I love ear piercing noises when I want to enjoy a nice meal.
The food was mediocre, not great. It certainly wasn't worth $45 per person!