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About Pool Cafe & Cabanas - Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas
Located on our 8th floor, the Pool Café offers a selection of fresh cuisine, light fare, delectable desserts and specialty cocktails & wines. Open for breakfast and lunch, the Café boasts stunning views of the gleaming heights of CityCenter where guests may dine poolside or in the comfort of a private cabana while enjoying a stylish and tranquil atmosphere. Cabanas are available to relax poolside in the shade. Please inquire within for amenities and pricing by calling (702) 590-8888.
Las Vegas, NV 89158
Mediterranean, American, Asian
Hours of Operation:
We are currently closed for our winter closure. We anticipate to open on President's Day on February 17th for 2017 season! Please check back for further details at a later time.
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Parking is valet only and is $20.
The Deuce stops at virtually every hotel and casino along the Las Vegas Strip. Stops, which are located about every quarter mile in each direction, are marked with signs or by bus shelters.
Bar/Lounge, Cafe, Outdoor dining, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Pool Cafe & Cabanas - Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
If there was a way to give a rating lower than one star for this restaurant I would rate it that way. Took 15 minutes to even get noticed and have an order taken(by staff that had seated us at our table), another 15 minutes to be brought coffee, and then another 30 minutes to receive any food. (The restaurant was not full at all.) When the food did come my husbands was passable, but my omelet had many actual stalks from dried thyme in it which the manager tried to convince me were just undercooked. (I cook a lot and I know how bogus this excuse was, I actually showed 2 servers what dried thyme is supposed to look like on my cell phone so that they would understand how appalling this excuse was.) Also I had ordered cheese in the omelet and it had none. I sent the inedible food back to the kitchen and it was replaced after another wait by (guess what???), another omelet with hard dried herb stems in it. I left without eating breakfast and although I was not charged for my omelet I was very iritated and would never recommend anyone go to this poor excuse for a restaurant.
Nothing special or outstanding , typical food. If there was unique or amazing anything I would have loved this place since it is in my favorite hotel and the place is gorgeous but while other places in the hotel are out of this world amazing this is average to below average
The grilled artichoke is fantastic. I've also enjoyed the beet salad and the chips, salsa and guacamole there. It's a nice place to sit by the pool and away from the hubbub of the strip. It's not as quiet as the Tea Room or Mozen (both in The Mandarin) but it's quieter than poolside at Aria or Monte Carlo.
All the restaurants at The Mandarin are very Gluten Free friendly.
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