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About Tao Restaurant and Nightclub
Guests are transported from the City of Sin to the Pacific Rim inside TAO Asian Bistro, a 60,000 square-foot, multi-story “Asian City” housing a restaurant, banquet facilities, lounge and nightclub. Lush velvets and silks, waterfalls and century-old woods and stones accentuate the experience, and the restaurant’s signature 20-foot Buddha watches over every corner of the restaurant while floating peacefully above an infinity pool complete with Japanese koi.
Corporate Executive Chef Ralph Scamardella has developed a menu for the 400-seat restaurant by incorporating culinary components from China, Japan and Thailand. Signature dishes include offerings from sea, sky and land including Chilean Sea Bass Satay with Wok Roasted Asparagus, a preparation of Peking Duck that consistently receives accolades, and Kobe Beef Shabu Shabu along with a full sushi bar.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Japanese, Thai, Chinese
Hours of Operation:
DINNER: Sunday-Thursday 5pm-12am; Friday-Saturday 5pm-1am
NIGHTCLUB: Thursday-Saturday 10pm-5am
Spring Mt Rd.
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
Live DJs in the nightclub club, lounge, and restaurant. TAO Beach, open seasonally, offers a pool party atmosphere with live DJ's during the summer months
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Since it's opening in September 2005, Tao Asian Bistro and Nightclub has garnered worldwide acclaim as the hottest Restaurant, Lounge, Nightclub, and Beach in Las Vegas. Tao Beach's debut in April 2007 increased venue capacity to over 60,000 square feet of space to host both indoor and outdoor event
Tao Restaurant and Nightclub Ratings and Reviews
We to our reservation 10 minutes early, was continually told it would be 15-20 more minutes. After waiting over an hour for maybe birthday celebration...we left. Were text 20 minutes later (1 hour 20 min Rita wait for RESERVATION) that our table was ready! So disappointing, ruined my birthday night.
Our reservation was for 10pm however we didn't get a table until 11pm. If it weren't for the fresh awesome sushi I wouldn't have waited that long. The service was terrible. They messed up on our order we didn't get plates for a good while after asking twice and our appetizers had aready arrived. I was disappointed this time.
Had a 9:15 reservation and was not seated until 10:15. The excuse? There was a convention. Seriously? Pretty sure they have some sort of convention nearly every day in Vegas. Food was just average. Noise level very high. Disappointed and would recommend not to waste your time on this one as there are so many other great places to eat
After numerous recommendations we had to give TAO a try! Although extremely noisy the atmosphere was charged. Appeared to have young & older adults dining in the restaurant.
The food was sublime. Our server recommended the appetiser which was lobster stuffed soft dim suns in a garlicky and shiitake mushroom broth.
I had a Buddha chicken with jasmine rice (which 1 portion is ample for 2 persons). My husband had red Thai curry with enormous diver scallops. Again so tasty.
We shared the donuts with trio dipping sauce for dessert.
Not a cheap place to go but certainly worth the $ we paid.
Went with 3 of my friends as we were out celebrating. The booking process was simple and the restaurant and food were wonderful, the service however left a little to be desired as we felt very rushed. Our main server was a nice chatty girl but once our order was taken, it felt like we were on a countdown to leave. Our main course came whilst we were still physically eating our appetizers...and no apology or offer to take it back to the kitchen until we had finished our 1st course (which we hadn't had that long)!! Then once most of us finished our main course we must have been asked 3 times in 5 minutes if they could clear the table....even though again some were still eating. For a menu that is pricey, we would have liked to sit and take our time and probably would have ordered more drinks but we left once they took the plates. The food and restaurant we're so nice that it was a pity we couldn't sit and just enjoy the ambience, considering we booked and didnt just walk in off the street. We arrived at 8pm and with a dinner including appetizers, Entrees and drinks for 4 people, we were gone by 9.15pm. A restaurant should never rush guests with reservations through their meal, lovely as the meal was, we left a little disappointed.
Very very beautiful marble tubs with floating rose petals at entry. Big beautiful Budhas and zen atmosphere. Great Pan Asian cuisine. Sea bass was very moist & nice portion. Lobster was about 13/4 lbs & big claws. We also had sweet & sour spicey cauliflower which was the dish we would both recommend. The fortune cookie dessert is the bomb and it feeds four.
Don't forget the Tao Margarita....super smooth tequila.
Food was very good and I've been to the restaurant before. The service for the most part was terrible, especially from the waitress that took our order. The main concern was we were not checked on and we would run out of water and other drinks. All in all pretty slow and disjointed.
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