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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 restaurant atmosphere was very nice. Beautiful entrance/walkway into the restaurant. Food was good and the chef was very nice and funny. However, we waited way too long. We made a reservation but they made us wait because they wanted to fill up the table even though there were only 2 seats left. And then they took way too long to bring out our soup and our salad. And then we had to wait for the other couple to order their food before the chef came out. When they did order we still had too wait long for the chef to actual come out. Thankfully the food was great and the chef was too but I've never experience such poor service at Benihana before and I've been to several.
My four boys ate all of their food without complaining... I can never get them to eat onion, but the volcano show encouraged them into eating it. My kids weee entertained and still continue talking about the jokes that they learned thanks to the chef. I tease them because their plates were spot clean... They only needed to lick it clean😜
This restaurant does not have car seat friendly chair. The server turned the chair around (legs facing up and seat facing floor) and told us the car seat would fit there, so we were supposed to have our child near the dirty legs of their chair. The child's chair was old and dirty. Definitely not child friendly. We left after she kept insisting the chair upside down was fine enough. LOL horrible
Food was great , place was nice. The cook was very awesome. The girl getting drinks and handing out the bills was horrble. For a 5 star restraunt and the high prices you should have the best people. Had to ask several times for drink refills , took forever to get forks. Asked for bill to be seperate. She messed that up, she ignored me when i told her to fix it. She does not belong in a five star restraunt.
This was a very disappointing evening. The chef was lacklustre and barely spoke throughout the "performance". My main meal was cooked before the appetiser so it sat on the hot plate for 40 minutes before I could eat it - I had to wait until all our guests' appetisers were served.
The $8 upsell for fried rice is an absolute scandal, and the price of even a small beer is outrageous.
I wouldn't have minded if we'd had an entertaining meal, but it was dull - no real theatricals and no commentary.
All the dinners we ordered for the nine members of our party were cooked perfectly and we had an attentive waitress that kept us all taken care of with drinks and other items. This is a large restaurant, so it is a bit noisy, but after a day at the trade show, we were all entertained and relaxed throughout the meal. Nice to take a well deserved break.
We were in town for vacation and thought it would be a nice time to try a big name habachi restaurant. We have dined dozens of times at off brand places over multiple states. WE WERE NOT IMPRESSED WITH THIS ONE! The place looked very nice and everyone was friendly and helpful. The food on the other hand was ....well....bland, overcooked, orders were wrong and was 3 times the price we've paid at the best off brand place we've eaten at. Now having eaten at a habachi before you pick up on the way things are cooked and why. The order of cooking is everything. If you put on the chicken and shrimp and then cook the vegetables while you cook the chicken shrimp then they are over cooked by the time the vegetables are done. Then you put on the scallops and over cook them before you overcook the fillet we ordered and give that to another customer and give us the overcooked sirloin. All of the cooked items were cooked with butter and hardly and soy or teriyaki sauce. The big name didn't live up to a better food experience and we will not go back.
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