Mizumi Wynn Las Vegas Star Rating
Mizumi Wynn Las Vegas – Casino Dining Review – Las Vegas Nevada
You would think a gorgeous restaurant inside the Wynn would serve amazing food right? Yep, that’s what I thought too but nope… I was wrong. I’ve eaten at many of the restaurants at the Wynn, including poker food service in the poker rooms and all were better than Mizumi. I guess if you are going there for the experience it is all right. The decor and ambiance of the restaurant is absolutely breath-taking. The indoor waterfall is such a special touch and is definitely beautiful to look while dining.
According to their website Mizumi was named “Best Chef on The Strip” by Vegas Seven. Chef Devin Hashimoto uses his fresh approach to Japanese robatayaki, teppanyaki and sushi at Mizumi Las Vegas.
If you haven’t eaten at a place like Kobe or BeniHana before, then this experience might blow your mind. This is the same type of Japanese Hibachi type grill restaurant as those restaurants and is nothing too impressive food wise.
The sushi at Mizumi sucked… edible if you are starving, but sucked in comparison to anything you would even find anywhere on the West Coast. Seriously, don’t order the sushi rolls! Not to mention that the rolls ranged from $18 to $30, something that should only be $4-$8 at most. We order a few of them because we thought maybe it was our choices, but no… it just plain sucked.
The best thing about Mizumi is the restaurant itself and the view. The dessert was even just mediocre but beautiful to look at and the service was just alright. They actually made me feel a bit uncomfortable with their lack of knowledge or passion for food & drinks. Our private chef was great though. He made me my own onion volcano and his tricks were super fun! He was also very funny.
Save ur money… the food is average and way to expensive. There are so many great restaurants in Las Vegas that it’s a shame to waste a night of calories on mediocre food. I did really appreciate the experience but for $300+ dollar tab, I rather would have went to Lotus of Siam or Earl of Sandwich. But I might add, the best thing about the meal was the company I was with. Thanks again JS!
Until next time, Omm nomm nomm!
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