Crush - MGM Grand
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Steak was outstanding with lobsters
Shrimp was crispy delicious
Chicken pizza was amazing
Six of us sat down to quite possibly the best prepared Sea Bass ever. The food was great, the service was good and the atmosphere was upscale but comfortable.
Second time here and the food was once again amazing! Will be back again.
Super tasty caesar salad and pizza. The place has a nice chill atmosphere and it's a good value.
Quieter than most options, WAY over priced decent food. $23 hamburger, $32 Chicken Parm (pasta is $8 extra), etc
Very good restaurant
Appetizer phenomenal. Main dish was ok, but overpriced.
Peanut butter chocolate cake is delicious.
We had a good experience here. The service was excellent. We had the Sea Bass which was very spicy and a bit on the small side. My wife had the Filet Mignon which was tasty. The steak came with a small serving of potatoes which were delicious. Topped off with a banana cheesecake cake that was awesome, highly recommended. The wine was ok, but not worth the $20 a glass. We would eat here again. Nice ambiance.
Excellent view of Bellagio fountain show. Food was exceptional. Drinks were well done. Roasted heirloom beet salad was spectacular. Thank you for the special birthday seating.
My wife and I ate here before going to Brad Garrett's Comedy Club. It was early in the evening so the place wasn't busy yet. We shared four plates originally (arugula salad, crispy shrimp, ahi tuna, and short-rib tacos) but added the lobster mac and cheese to make sure we had enough to eat. Then to really overdo it we had the nutella squeeze dessert. My wife had a martini and I had a Tripel Karmeliet beer. Everything was very good and the prices were reasonable, around $150 before the tip. We discussed coming back before another concert/show at MGM Grand.
Anniversary date. Went well with a nice dessert plate at the end from the restaurant.
This is our fourth year of Thanksgiving in Las Vegas. We tend to go for the more traditional menus. The Crush has been our definite favorite so far. The food was traditional fare but the flavors were amazing. The turkey was tender, moist and flavorful. The dressing was superb - not too "bready", even the cranberry sauce was great, and I usually don't eat that. The veggie sides were cooked perfectly and presented beautifully. We tried the sweet potato gnocchi which was amazing. Thank you Crush for making our family celebration memorable! The service was great.
It’s a decent option if you need food in the MGM and don’t want to pay a small fortune, but with so many other amazing options in Vegas, it’s doubtful we would go back. I really liked my fettuccine. The waitress steered my friend away from his first choice of the shrimp risotto and so he ended up ordering the ricotta gnocchi which he didn’t like that much. Would be nice if they had bread on the side with these pasta dishes. We ordered brussel sprouts as a side dish. They arrived several minutes after our entree and half of them were charred. The non-charred half were good. Atmosphere was pretty good. Music was good. Our waitress was good. But I can’t say anything was “great”. In hindsight I wish we had gone to the wolfgang pucks on property. The prices are similar but the food is way better.
I came here to take my mom who is visiting from out of town to a nice dinner before we went to go see KA afterwards.
We had a reservation and got seated right away in a great booth that overlooked the whole restaurant.
We were running a bit behind on time and our waiter did an excellent job of getting out not only our appetizers but our main course in a very timely manner.
The entire staff was very friendly and we were able to make the show with time to spare.
I’ll definitely be back !
The worst service we have had in a very long time - even by the Strip standards which are low to begin with. The waitress had attitude from the moment we sat down. Tried to give her the benefit of the doubt that she was having a bad day, but she was border line nasty. She also hiked up her nylons under her dress at our table while waiting for our order. Our bill came to nearly $500 ($499 and some change) and wanted to split the bill 4 ways. The staff just handed us the bill and told us to figure it out. When we asked the management to assist, he said he would get our waitress and then went and hid behind a wall. In this modernity, a restaurant should surely have the capability of splitting a bill for its patrons. In short, none of us will visit Crush again in the future, and moreover, we will be certain to steer our friends and clients away from this establishment. With all of the competition on the Strip, this restaurant will be out of business soon.
We found this restaurant to be wonderful. The atmosphere was comforting, the food was excellent and the service was terrific. Another Morton hit! We most definitely would return and would certainly recommend it to others visiting Las Vegas
We ordered the special filet and lobster. Both were delicious. The banana cheesecake was outstanding. Service was good. We will return on our next visit.
Good dinner, great dessert! Celebrating a birthday. Prompt service. Recommend the gnocchi with short ribs and the banana cheesecake.
Definitely will visit again food was great service exceptional and they were very accommodating to our needs.
Enjoyed everything about Crush
Most of the food was pretty good. I don’t think it was QUITE worth the price, except for the Panna Cotta, one of the best desserts I have ever had. Overall bill for 4 entrees, 3 alcoholic beverages, 1 soft drink, and 3 desserts + gratuity was about $350. Definitely a once a year or less type of dining experience.
The setting was nice, but the food was bland (chicken parm and sea bass). Expected better flavor for the price. Crispy shrimp appetizer was very good! Too many other options in Vegas to ever go back, but it wasn’t a poor experience. Service was good, attentive. Don’t order a side of pasta with the chicken parm -$8 for a small, bland portion!
We had the cheesesteak dumplings, shrimp ceviche and ahi tuna as our appetizers. Everything was delicious. For dinner we had the filet topped with melted blue cheese and fingerling potatoes. I definitely recommend this restaurant
Service was excellent. A little pricey but that’s what you get for a strip restaurant. Beautiful ambiance
All I can say is delicious! The service was outstanding. Try these things - lobster Mac & cheese, sangria, fettuccini (veggie), salmon.
They try to pull this off as a high end restaurant. Not the case. They have TV's in the eating area playing sports. The service was just ok. The prices were high and the food was very low quality. I would not recommend eating here. For the same price you could get a much better experience at almost any other high end establishment.
All of the food was heavily over salted. Restaurant was loud and open to casino floor.
WAY too salty short rib gnocchi, crispy shrimp is just breaded popcorn shrimp and “heirloom” tomatoes are just cherry tomatoes. Not worth the money.
This restaurant is excellent. The decor feels high end but approachable. It has organic elements like trees next to the booths, and it adds a great vibe.
Had a surf and turf which was perfectly cooked and flavorful. Overall a great experience that I will definitely return to.
Crush had become a must see when we come to Vegas. Service is always great, personable and timely. Food is wonderful, we are slowly working our way through the menu.
Really delicious food and everything was served piping hot and fresh from the kitchen! Good sized tables and not too noisy- perfect for chatting with your party. Smaller portions, but really good.
Great food! Gnocchi and pizza so delicious! Service from hostess and waitress was very good.
Mediocre at best. Would not recommend or go back.
The food was awesome but the services was terrible. We had to go to the bar to order drinks because our server never came back. We had 9 girls and the server didn’t care because she knew she was still going to receive a tip. The restaurant was fairly dead and when we went to pay she told us she could only spilt it 4 ways. We complained and none of us brought cash or knew this rule. I checked my confirmation and it said nothing about spilling 4 ways (they couldn’t only use 4 credit cards) the manager finally came to talk to us and I explained it wouldn’t have been a problem but maybe they should tell people this when they book large parities. We simply didn’t have any cash so he had no choice but to split all of our bills.
It’s really too bad because the food is really good but I would never go back as the service was terrible. I don’t mind tipping for good service but for them to charge us a certain amount for poor service is ridiculous.
Hats off to the chefs but the manager and services was awful.
We told the waiter we have a show at 7pm. We got there at 6pm. He got everything out to us fast. My 4 year old loved the cheese flatbread pizza and he’s very picky. The vegetarian gnocchi was very good, as well as the tuna and the arugula goat cheese salads!
We chose this restaurant based on the information we found on yelp.
My husband ordered the french onion soup which came out luke warm. He sent it back to be heated up.
I ordered the caprese heirloom salad. LOL This was a BUNCH of bite sized tomoatoes with a few chuncks of cheese stuffed in a small dish. Ridiculous and the strangest caprese I have ever seen!!
My husband then ordered the salmon which came out practically rare when he asked to have it cooked medium + a bit. Had to send that back!
My shrimp risotto was ok. The risotto was kind of mushy and there were 5 charred shrimp on top with the tail still on so I had to dig into this dish to remove the tails.
The waiter and manager were both very nice but the food leaves alot to be desired. They need a professional chef to come in and teach them a few things. Every other meal we had while in Las Vegas was awesome.......
Loved the cheesesteak dumplings. The dancing waiter was the highlight of the night!
We both had the seabass. Mine was so dry I had to send it back. The chutney tasted terrible and ruined the flavor of the fish. My guest had it without the chutney but they gave her a butter and garlic sauce that was a red color and she didn’t care for it.
The cauliflower was over cooked and tasted like it was soaked in vinegar.
The arugula and Caesar salad were delicious.
All in all a very bad experience for both of us considering we were celebrating our birthdays.
What a huge waste of money.