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About Benihana - Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino
Welcome to Benihana and a dining experience unlike any other! Our guests are seated at communal tables in groups, where your personal chef will perform the ancient art of Teppanyaki. Watch as we slice and dice, preparing a meal that will dazzle your eyes as well taste buds, whether you choose mouth-watering steak, tender chicken or succulent seafood. You can also enjoy sushi prepared by a talented sushi chef and indulge in a specialty cocktail.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
Open daily at 5pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
For entertainment, please visit www.thelvh.com/calendar
A special event would not be complete without exquisite catering. LVH - Las Vegas Hotel & Casino is proud to enhance your events with sophisticated catering services, whether it's a themed banquet, breakfast, wedding reception, holiday party, or an intimate sit-down dinner. Aiming to surpass your expectations to ensure an unforgettable event, our Las Vegas catering team offers a wide variety of delicious cuisine and beverages for day or night. We also provide refreshment breaks and alcoholic beverage service, breakfast, lunch, dinner and cocktail receptions 24 hours a day.
Valet entrance is on Paradise Rd. Parking garage is offered past valet and to the left. Race & Sports Book parking is on the opposite side--entrance is located on Joe W. Brown.
Public Transit Stops Monorail Hours
LVH – Las Vegas Hotel & Casino,
Las Vegas Convention Center,
Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access
Special Events & Promotions:
Benihana offers a once in a lifetime Teppanyaki private and semi-private dining experiences. Teppan private dining is perfect for anniversary dinners, birthday parties and corporate functions.
Benihana - Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino Ratings and Reviews
The food and chef were amazing. He kept us entertained and provided us with a great meal. The only thing I didn't like was the fact that I wasn't asked whether or not I wanted ice cream or sherbert for desert. The sherbert was just brought out, and I hate sherbert
Dining experience met expectations. Chef was not quite as into it as I have seen in other similar settings. He did, however, entertain special requests for each portion of the dinner. The only negative was the overhead exhaust fan didn't seem to work as we were smothered in smoke from the grill during most of the dinner timeframe.
Took a friend hot his birthday. The waitress was pleasant, courteous and outstanding. The chef was fun, entertaining and excellent skills. He loved it. They sang happy birthday and served him birthday dessert. He loved it. Plenty of delicious food. We will definately go back!
I have been here many times. Probably my 8th trip here. We were not entertained my the cook. He just cooked. The waitress never came around. The prices have gone way up on the fried rice part and beer. The meal seem to have stayed the same but if my memory is correct the beer was 8 now 11 and fried rice is now a whopping 8 dollars extra. Awfully high them with no real show. I will not be back. Unfortunately because we loved this place.
Tuan our chef was outstanding! Due to dietary restrictions, I got the Yakisoba with tofu instead of chicken. I was disappointed because it was very dry. I added the ginger sauce to it. It helped. I enjoyed everything else. Everyone else's dishes were very good.
First time in Vegas and first time at tua restaurant, we were driven here by our sushi cravings and the short waiting was rally worth it. Delicious fish and great combinations of taste but it's mandatory to mention the skillful and spectacular way of cooking of the various chefs scattered among the Group tables. A very nice and interesting dinner esperience.
The décor and atmosphere were enchanting. The menu embraced all tastes. The portions were large and there was enough to take home for another meal. I ordered salmon which was prepared to perfection. Dinners include soup, salad and hot green tea. Everything was beautiful.
We waited 45 minutes after being seated, just to get a chef to our table. Waitress was not even concerned about the wait and rolled her eyes at me when I commented on the time.
Chef Twan was incredible. Fun, great food, he was great.
But the service, absolutely horrible.
Took an hour to figure out the bill, and when we asked for help to split by seat(we were party of 10), she initially refused, then said yes cause it was taking too long.
She did not offer soda refills, or check to see if anyone needed anything periodically through the meal.
It was mentioned as a birthday in the notes, but the server did not know.
She was kind and seemed very overwhelmed and busy... and our party felt we were neglected because auto gratuity is added for large parties... therefore no need for extra attention, though server is getting a grand tip.
Sorry, wish our experience had been better.
I used to live in London and was a regular customer at Benihana there, I always rated the quality of food and quality of service as very high and hence returned to Benihana in Las Vegas. The quality of food was comparable, apart from the mustard sauce (not creamy or very tasty), the steak and shrimps were excellent!
The service however was rude. For example, our waitress didn't mind to ask my date if he was done with the salad, instead put an empty (used) bowl on top of his unfinished salad to carry it away and when we spoke up, she just took the other bowl away and passed him back the salad instead of bringing a fresh one. This is not acceptable! Also, not sure if this is common customs in the US, we were given the jack whilst we were still eating and if we hadn't reminded the waitress that the menu included dessert, I reckon she wouldn't have offered it to us. If I pay a decent amount of money for a fancy meal, I expect the courtesy to be given the time I need to finish and enjoy my meal! In Europe, customer is king, and it is the customer who requests the jack when he is ready to end his dining experience! If the restaurant has double-booked the table for that night, the Waiter may kindly and respectfully summon the customer to come to an end of his meal. However, 2 hours are minimum to be given each party to enjoy a meal that consists of 3 courses or more.
This was very disappointing to me as my London experience was the total opposite in regards to service!
We have tried Benihana's in many cities on our vacations, so we couldn't pass up visiting this location in Las Vegas. We had a lovely hibachi meal with other guests as we were only 2. I ordered the twin lobsters and my husband got Rocky's Choice - steak and chicken, our normal order at Benihana. Everything was cooked perfectly and quickly since we did have 9 people at our table. This was a great meal as we would expect at the # 1 hibachi restaurant!
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