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About Permanently Closed - Shibuya - MGM Grand
This restaurant is permanently closed.
Shibuya—MGM Grand takes food patrons on a culinary visit to the Far East with more than 125 sake selection priming the dining authenticity. A transformation of its namesake neighborhood in Tokyo—both in flavors and the chic interiors—the restaurant offers an upscale ambience profiled with Teppanyaki furniture, pictured windows, playful fish tank, marbled sushi bar and wooden pillars. The waiting staff at Shibuya—MGM Grand is hospitable and courteous, a warm reflection of the native culture.
Featuring an expansive set of platters, the menu includes: nigri and sashimi, classic and special rolls, sushi dinner, shell crab, hamachi yellow tail, hirame, shishito peppers and other flavorsome delights. Shibuya—MGM Grand also has a dessert menu for the gourmets to enjoy.
3799 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday 5:30pm-10:30pm
Friday - Saturday 5:30pm-11:00pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet & Self-Parking Available
For detailed information about parking at any MGM Resorts destination, please visit mgmresorts.com/parking
Private Party Facilities:
Shibuya features freshly prepared ingredients, stellar sushi and the widest sake selection this side of the Pacific. It's the ultimate destination for Japanese cuisine.
Private Party Contact:
our group dining coordinator: (702) 891-7433
Counter Seating, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access
Shibuya - MGM Grand - Permanently Closed Ratings and Reviews
Usually a regular at this restaurant every time I'm in Vegas. The food was okay (nothing special) this time, but the group was still hungry after our meal. For the price (~$100 / person) it just wasn't the value it used to be. Will be trying other options on my next visit.
Vegas has more restaurants than you can shake a stick at - yet year after year, Shibuya is always on my go-to list. I've been every year for the last several years, and always love it.
Never a bad dish, great sake list, great atmosphere. The house sake is a great intro sake for those unsure, and at a great price to boot.
The sushi-counter is also fun to sit at if you are alone or 2-3.
Even though the ambiance was good, the food felt more like what you could get at another Teppan for 1/3 the price. Dessert and appetizers were a delightful change. Some dietary restrictions left two in our party unable to eat or enjoy the experience even though it was informed beforehand. Overall at the end of the dinner needed to find another eatery to rejuvenate our taste buds.
Overall this meal has complete flexibility depending on your budget and appetite. It's nice to not be pigeon holed into a $100pp tab unlike many other strip restaurants. Their menu had many affordable sakes as well as reasonable sharing plates that allowed us to order a wide range of flavors and everyone (party of five) walked out stuffed. I would dine here again. Some favorites were the simple dishes. Shishito peppers and sashimi salad were must try's.
Outside of Osaka, Kyoto and Tokyo, where I have visited, this is the best Japanese restaurant anywhere. You must try the lobster/scallop dish. The sauce is exquisite. Usually Japanese restaurants do not serve desert. They have taking some traditional deserts and made them their own. The deserts are incredible. I would go just for desert and tea.
Arrived with a party of 5 guys for a bday dinner. We had planned on Hibachi dinner... upon arrival we we're notified that reservations through OpenTable were not allowed in the hibachi area. We were told that this is disclosed on open table but I went back and looked at my res and in very small print at the bottom "Please note: Shibuya Does not take online reservations for Teppanyaki (Habachi) tables." My fault for not seeing that but this note did not come until after the reservation was made.
We went along with the standard table (no choice as the hibachi was not available for 3 hours) food was decent but very over priced and very small portions. We ended up with a $700 bill and we left starving and ended the night with IN-N-OUT
Food was excellently prepared, super fresh and tasty fish. Service was very very push to up sell....I was hosting a group of 8 so the tip was guaranteed and the staff grossly made every attemp to bulk the bill...I didn't mind paying $2,200 for dinner had it not been for the fact that I had to constantly on top of the padding activity and that outside of that service was sub-par for a place of that standing.
Shibuya boasted a unique menu with lots of terrific courses available, and since most everything was plated for sharing, we each got to sample lots of different tastes. The environment was very much a "hot spot" as tables were interspersed with beautiful streaming columns created a veiled sense of privacy without feeling enclosed. The food was truly excellent - especially the Japanese wagyu. The only downsides were that no tables were available until 8:30 (it was crowded, but the service was still very attentive), the wine list was average at best, and the meal was expensive - even for Las Vegas.
I still very much recommend Shibya for a fun night out with friends or a date night - it was fun and completely delicious!!
Shibuya is a gem of a restaurant. I have had some of my best dining experiences there. This time we had our waiter Jeffrey chose a menu for our group of 6. It was amazing. The yellow tail sashimi and baked cod were some of the best fish I have ever had! We look forward to our next visit.
Service was very good. Food was good but certainly not exceptional and definitely overpriced for what was served. With the multitude of other sushi/sashimi choices in Las Vegas, I wonder why this place is able to get away with charging substantially more for food that isn't exceptional. Perhaps MGM and Signature guests are a captive audience. It wasn't bad, just not at all worth the price.
If you're planning on visiting Vegas, Shibuya is must. First off the service is immaculate. The appetizers, like the Tuna Sashimi, absolutely incredible and melts in your mouth. From the Wagyu Beef to the Scallops and Lobster, simply put amazing and life altering. Ending the meal with Moichi Ice Cream and coffee finishes off what will be one of the best meals of your life.
Hamachi was at best average, had better at other restaurants in the strip. The tuna with crispy rice had a few pieces of puff rice, not even enough to call it "crispy". Sushi rolls tasted like the ones you get at all you can eat places. Overpriced food for mediocre quality. Save your money and go somewhere else!!
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