Mizumi - Wynn Las Vegas
Beautiful restaurant, great food.If you enjoy Japanese quisine, you must try this restaurant. Situated in the Wynn, you find yourself transported to other world with a lush foliage covered hill and a 100ft waterfall. We tried a little something from each section of the menu. The tuna sashimi with cilantro oil and chles was amazing. The sushi was delicious and notably, remarkably restrained, with minimal rice and actual bite sized pieces. The selection of charcoal grilled skewers was amazing due to the diversity of favors and sauces included.our waiter was informative without being annoying, present when necessary, without being fawning, and provided excellent suggestions, when asked. If you've never tried chilled saki, do yourself a favor and try some here. Delicious.6/2/2013 12:00:00 AMAuthentic and tastyMizumi offers a sushi bar, a robata bar, a teppanyaki area and table service with a wonderful waterfall view. The food is excellent and no effort is spared to make the food experience as authentic as it can be. Sashimi quality is unparalleled, the robatayaki uses imported japanese charcoal and the finest meats, vegetables and seafoods, and the other offerings are innovative and beautifully presented. Treat yourself to Omi beef, you'll be glad you did and you'll never waste money on expensive, locally sourced Wagyu beef again. This restaurant was great as the Okada but is even better in its new incarnation as Mizumi. We eat here 3 or 4 times a year and always leave knowing we've had a great meal.5/25/2013 12:00:00 AMBest sushi!!The sushi is amazing!! One of our favorites in Vegas!!5/23/2013 12:00:00 AMFabulousAbsolutely awesome sushi @ seafood!
One of my all time favorite meals!4/5/2013 12:00:00 AMAmazing sushi and sashimiAmazing sushi and sashimi plates. We had a tasting of several and loved them all. Even the moshi ice cream was just delicious.
Also the cocktails and imported beers are well selected.4/3/2013 12:00:00 AMI thought Mizumi was a solidI thought Mizumi was a solid meal at an insane cost. But it's Vegas, so that's par for the course. I have had some of the best sushi in the world, and this place doesn't play on that level. But it still manages to charge upwards of $40 for some of its special rolls, which is laughable. I got the regular sushi, which I found fresh and tasty. Definitely a good meal, but at $127 for just myself (yellowtail scallion roll, shrimp tempura roll, 2 pieces of octopus sushi, 2 of squid sushi, 2 of king crab sushi, miso soup, a mojito, and a beer), that's pretty steep. If money is no object though, there probably aren't too many better sushi spots on the strip.3/13/2013 12:00:00 AM