TAO Asian Bistro - Las Vegas
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.
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Great service and excellent food.
Food is always great. Service is very attentive and never misses a beat.
Food was mediocre, sushi was soggy and tasted like it had been made the day before, too loud and tables were too close together
Only cons: we had to wait about 45 minutes to get seated at our table!
Came here with my SO for our anniversary. I recommend the fried rice and rice/noodle options as well as the cocktails. The cocktails and ambiance were probably the highlights.
My fav place we have eaten in Vegas so far!! Amazing!!
Food is always amazing, Service is outstanding and their TAO-tini is a must try👍❤️
Gorgeous ambiance, excellent service and exquisite food. I couldn’t have asked for more!
Great place! Delicious food, great service, beautiful place ... and with the “happy birthday” big fortune cookie surprise at the end!!! I definitely loved the place. Thank you!!
Great ambiance, Stephanie our server was great!
Made to wait an hour past our reservation time.
In spite of reservation we were kept waiting for over 1 hour and were given a table in front of the restrooms. Not a top-botch treatment to say the least.
Once seated service was quick and food pretty good
Came here to celebrate a friends bachelorette party and had an amazing time! Great atmosphere, really moody and sexy. The food was outstanding and drinks were incredible. Will definitely come back again!
Our waiter, Marcos, was exceptional....
He was knowledgeable, attentive and kind. He made us feel like family.
It was a memorable night for my friend, who was celebrating a big milestone.
Keep up the good work. The food was delicious and will definitely return for another meal.
Three Miami Girls in Vegas
It was kool. They came out at the end with giant fortune cookies.
Great food and ambiance
Amazing food, amazing staff, overall just a great dining experience
Food was excellent although we had a problem with our food order that took extremely long but the manager came over and basically made it up to us so that was appreciated.
Really cool place, ambience is amazing, kinda pretentious, better service would have enhanced our experience.
We had a great meal & fun time @ Tao
Very nice service , even though we had to wait 30 minutes after we made a reservation for 8 pm but overall it was very nice . We loved the food and our waitress was amazing .
Cool place and food was okay.. The stripped bass was really good but the noise was impossible and the server sucked at best. We'll try again sometime.
The food was excellent! The table was a bit crowded because they had five of us around the table that really should have had four at the most, but other than that, everything was excellent!
Same type of restaurant as TAO New York, maybe a bit smaller. Nice decoration and ambient music. Food was very good.
Excelente. Tanto la comida como el servicio
Daughter and I had been to the Tao in New York and loved it so we tried the one in Las Vegas. Interior still beautiful. Dark, intimate, and good for special occasions. An issue with the online “dress code.” Stated coats for men, no tennis shoes,etc...turns out it was a lie so we dressed up for nothing. I was annoyed. Man next to us in t-shirt, jeans, tennis shoe and baseball hat. Boys: at least take off the baseball cap! We had Chinese 5-spice short ribs (not on bone)...small portion. Delicious, should have ordered 2. Assorted greens. Pea sprouts delicious. Ordered Wagyu Ribeye steak with Yuzu butter. For $91 it was a rip off. A rib eye that looked like was pounded to make it thin. Flavor good but lots of gristle and didn’t taste any different from a choice cut of rib eye. I wouldn’t order it again. Would I go back? Not sure since there are so many places in Las Vegas. But if we do, would order other things. I would still recommend to others...just not the ribeye. I suspect that other expensive cuts of meat there wouldn’t be worth it either
Absolutely wonderful service, food, and ambience. The fortunate cookie at the end is a perfect final touch :)
Our server was incredible. It was our 20th anniversary, and she brought us out the fortune cookie dessert as a gift (which was AMAZING). All food was great, we did small plates which was great for us. Got a bit loud as night went on, but perhaps not be Vegas Standards. We will go back again
Outstanding from the ambiance to the service! Worth it!
Service was excellent. Beautiful place. Will definitely return.
I have never been so disrespected in a restaurant by a General Manager in my life. This was the worst dining experience and I will report this to Tao’s corporate office as well as cancel my payment. I immediately asked for the bill and left the restaurant for his disgusting and rude behavior.
Excellent food. Music was a little too loud.
This has always been a favorite place to dine when in Vegas but this time we were disappointed. The food was just ok, nothing special. I started with Crispy Pork Boa Buns, they were dry and tasteless. The sushi was good but extremely small. But the staff was attentive and the ambiance was very nice.
We went for my birthday dinner before going out. The food was great, drinks were decent as well. I highly recommend the miso glazed sea bass. It was delicious.
Service and food was excellent!
The food has been excellent on both of my visits. The atmosphere is very nice as is the wait staff and hostess desk
TAO Las Vegas is a restaurant I just keep coming back to because the food and ambiance are great!
Great food and our sever was amazing. Cool to get entry to the club after and skip the line. Definitely coming back again!
The food was divine but the atmosphere was frenetic. The music was late eighties to 2000s hip hop, strangely at odds with the advertised zen or spiritual experience