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About Shizen at the JW Marriott Resort & Spa
Japanese Steak House and Sushi Bar with teppanyaki-style dining. Enjoy showmanship of the Shizen chefs at the interactive and entertaining teppanyaki tables or sit at the expansive sushi bar indulging in the freshest seafood available. Open for dinner.
Las Vegas, NV 89145
Japanese, Sushi, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Wednesday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Happy Hour: Wednesday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 7:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Hotel Valet and Self Parking available.
Beer, Counter Seating, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Featuring a sushi bar, teppanyaki tables, and indoor/outdoor patio seating, Shizen makes an excellent place for your next private function. The entire restaurant may be bought out for a private event and seats up to 75 guests or accommodates 125 guests for reception. Custom-designed menus available.
Shizen at the JW Marriott Resort & Spa Ratings and Reviews
For the price of the food (expensive) and being in JW Marriott one would expect better ambiance and more up-to-date furniture and decor. Looks rundown in the dining room. Service is not attentive. Had to ask for more water and the food was sitting on the counter waiting to be picked up by the waitress.
We went to Shizen for New Years Eve and the last time we were there they screwed up my order
I had ordered Lobster and Shrimp and the waiter did not put down the Lobster so the chief was
passing out the Lobster and he did not give me one and he said it was not on the order and he would cook another one but would of been done with all of my food so I said no. So on New Years Eve we go back and the same thing happens so what are the odds of that. Same ordered Lobster and Shrimp and again just got Shrimp and they said the same thing we will cook another Lobster and again we were almost done with our meal. Not one person said Sorry . We have been here many many times and not in a hurry go back. Service is very poor or they
just don't want me to have Lobster I guess.
My husband, 2 adult children, and 3 year old granddaughter and myself went to celebrate my birthdays. We did the Teppanyaki and our cook was GREAT.. Everyone had a great time and food was Delicious.. Definitely will be going back and would recommend to anyone.
DISAPPOINTING! Have eaten there many times over the years and now they changed the menu -- eliminated lots of items, soup & salad which used to come with entrees are now a la carte!
Ordered a fairly pricey dish and it was disappointing -- bland and the meat was not up to its price.
PLUS -- hostess did not enter my Open Table reservation (I told her twice) which generated an email from you. Guessing it's straightened out now that I received this request for a review.
My wife and I had dined here over a decade ago and remembered a wonderful experience--my, how things have changed! The ambiance was nonexistent--just a bunch of tables crowded together in a cafeteria-like space with some Japanese decorations on the wall. I've had better service in military mess halls, and trust me--that's saying something. They had nothing special for kids to eat or drink; the server wouldn't provide a glass of fruit juice even though their mixed drinks used orange, pineapple, etc. At a kid-friendly resort, that's both a serious oversight on the part of the menu planner, and an egregious lack of service attitude from the staff. There were no desserts other than three flavors of mochi ice cream; even the menu advertised a "chef's special dessert", but the server told us with a shrug that all they had was ice cream. In short, this was the most disappointing meal I had in Vegas, and one of the most disappointing at any Marriott property in the world.
I received a comp of $120.00 for my birthday as well as a comp for $100.00 at the reward desk.
I went with a girlfriend not my husband as usually.
Our meal was great!!!
But, I wish you had the oyster rockerfellers at the Hawthorn Grill so that the next time I can bring friends there.......
All my friends love the oyster Rocks at the Carmel room in the past....
The overall experience was good, food was above average and cook was excellent. The waiter was slow ans not attentative. Asked several times for sweetner and never refilled the drinks until we asked him several times.
Great atmosphere with the outside seating and scenery..
We ordered right when we arrived and some of the apps we ordered showed up after almost a half hour but were cold. After nearly an hour of waiting our first order showed up because they lost the ticket and our server was so aloof she didn't bother to think that order sitting there waiting might have been ours. Then my husband finally said something to the manager and she offered us 20% off. The problem is a 2 year old can only wait around so long before you miss your window. When we finally got his sushi he was in no state of mind to continue sitting at our table. So when I asked if we could take the small California roll with us they said that we wouldn't get our discount for their terrible service and completely forgetting us. So while my husband took my son to bed because it was so late at that time I sat there at miserably ate the final roll so they wouldn't charge us for it. Worst service, cold apps that were supposed to be warm and refusal to help us out when they ruined our sons evening. We'll never go back. Likely it has affected our overall opinion of this expensive resort and we won't be back
Have been to LV many times and can't believe I missed this restaurant. The hostess that seared us was wonderful and our waitress was always right at ou table. The sushi was excellent and the chicken/Shrim yakisoba was very tasty and generous portions. Definetly will be back next trip to LV.
FOH staff was slow. Took a while to get seated even though we had reservations.
Food was good overall. Las Vegas roll was disappointing but the garlic albacore was the best I've ever had.
Pricing was fair. Drink selection was very limited (everything was out).
Not the best sushi but not the worst either.
Went on a Monday for the all-you-can eat sushi only to find out there was a big menu change four days prior to our arrival. Previous menu had many outstanding choices - new menu was drastically reduced to include only the very basic sushi. We are looking for a new dining option since this new all-you-can eat sushi menu isn't worth the trip. We sat at the sushi bar - best choice by far. We received outstanding service from the sushi chef - not so much from our server. Overall, we had an enjoyable meal - but not as enjoyable as the previous visits with the old menu. Hopefully, the management will bring the previous menu back.
This restaurant's website is not up to date so it lies. I made a reservation for my cousin's wedding dinner under the impression that they had all you can eat. It was pretty far from the wedding chapel but she wanted all you can eat so I booked it. Turns out, they only do it on Sundays and Mondays. They did end up giving us some extras but it doesn't change the fact that we travelled pretty far to get there and we could have found something just as close for the same price. Otherwise, service was just ok. They had 2 waiters for 12 people but sometime in the middle of dinner, the second waiter disappeared which left us with one waiter who was pretty hard to catch sometimes. In terms of food, it was pretty good but I wouldn't say it was anything spectacular.
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