There's no way to try new food unless you try new restaurants. Teriyaki House really surprised me because I was looking for a regular chicken bowl and they give me a big plate with two very tasty side salads. I even got a couple egg rolls and I have yet to find a better teriyaki bowl in Las Vegas. This place really blew my mind. I'm definitely going to recommend this place. It deserves more recognition. Thanks for the great meal!
6605 Las Vegas Blvd S Unit 147Las Vegas, NV 89119
From Business: Kabuki Japanese Restaurant, the folks that make Japanese cuisine for all walks of life. Never tried sushi and Japanese cuisine? Visit Kabuki and we promise you"ll…
I love this place! I come here at least once a week. Prices are great for the portions of fish you get. Fresh ingredients. I’m a big fan!
The curry here is great! Ordered the chicken katsu curry and it was fantastic! I ordered it level 10 spicy which was just right (I love spicy food.) I may have to come back before I leave Vegas!
I loved so many things about this restaurant but I have to give a 2 star rating because of some serious service issues. Quite simply, the employees rushed us to eat. It was TERRIBLE how badly they rushed us.I had JUST gotten MY food (I had well done steak so I got my food last) and employees KEPT coming by asking if I "needed a box." I was asked more than three times if I needed a box. It was obnoxious. Then one guy just brought a takeout box out and left it in front of me. I felt like crying. It made me so upset because I had literally gotten my food less than 2 minutes before. My food was still steaming hot and I had taken about 3 bites of food. I am not exaggerating!Then, they came out with a birthday sundae for my husband WHEN WE BOTH STILL HAD MORE THAN HALF OUR FOOD ON OUR PLATES. His ice cream just sat on the table melting with no offer to replace it when we did finish eating nor any apologies. I was even MORE upset by that. His ice cream sundae turned into nothing but a bowl of melted "soup". We are NOT super slow eaters but since we were the last ones served at our table, we got screwed. It was unfair.The trick is to order seafood only because they cook and serve that first so you can start eating while they cook the other stuff for everybody else. They at least give you the check when you are done so the other two parties sitting with us were able to leave, and we were the last ones at the table. Call me crazy, but when I'm dropping $100 on a dinner for two, I expect to savor my meal and not be rushed out the door.The service made me NEVER want to go back there again. The food was good though! We had chicken, shrimp and steak. We ordered a side of scallops (they were delicious) to share. The dinner came with a tiny bit of shrimp as an appetizer, some onion broth soup, a little salad, vegetables (onions and zucchini), a cup of hot green tea, and a scoop of ice cream. Well, forget the ice cream, we were served it so early that it was melted. The portion sizes are on the small side so if you are a big eater, I'd recommend ordering a few sides or an additional appetizer. The "show" was fun as well. It's so cool to watch your meal prepared right in front of your eyes. Your experience will differ based on your tablemates but we luckily had a fun and chatty table. Not a place to go if you are shy (or a slow eater).My husband and I frequently entertain clients for work and based on this disastrous service, we will be crossing Benihana off both of our business and personal dining lists. It's a shame because it could've been such a fantastic experience.
Stopped in to fill a late night ramen craving while in Las Vegas. Restaurant has a small number of tables as well as counter seating. Lots of ramen option and rice bowl options. Something for everyone. Enjoyed their tonkatsu ramen. Got one soy and one miso and one with thick noodles and one thin. Also enjoyed their kimchi bowl.
This stink hole was on Dirty Dining Channel 13 Las Vegas. Google Dirty Dining and see for yourselves then.... enjoy!!! Personally, I never patronize any ethnic restaurants.
This location is close to my house. I tried the tofu teriyaki bowl this time around. Tofu takes on the flavor of what it is cooked with. This tells me that Teriyaki Madness does not cook their tofu with any food, it is seared by its self and added to the bowl. It tastes like nothing and has the texture of scrambled eggs. Not what I was expecting or wanting. I will not be ordering this again.
Nice atmosphere, very good food, excellent service, but quite expensive for what it is. Drinks were just okay.
Food tasted great. We loved the banh mi sandwiches there. Pricey but worth it. We ate there twice during our visit to Vegas.
I would give the restaurant 6 stars if I could. Impeccable service and I love that they ask your price point and cater the menu for you. Best sushi I have had in years!! Cannot wait to come back.