Hyakumi

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I guess this is typical for a "Strip" restaurant. Simply catering to the least common denominator.

First impression: the staff is not trained for a Japanese restaurant. Looks as if they went through the standard corporate training

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★★★★★

I guess this is typical for a "Strip" restaurant. Simply catering to the least common denominator.

First impression: the staff is not trained for a Japanese restaurant. Looks as if they went through the standard corporate training

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Hyakumi is a nice tepanyaki restaurant at Caesar's Palace. It is quite expensive compared to Benihana but you do get your own personal table, rather than having to share your meal with a bunch of strangers. The food is really good.

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★★★★☆

Hyakumi is a nice tepanyaki restaurant at Caesar's Palace. It is quite expensive compared to Benihana but you do get your own personal table, rather than having to share your meal with a bunch of strangers. The food is really good.

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The food at Hyakumi was very good. The one thing I really liked about the atmosphere here is that the tables are more private. We had a party of 4 and we had our own little table with our own chef. I believe they had 2 person tables too.

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★★★★☆

The food at Hyakumi was very good. The one thing I really liked about the atmosphere here is that the tables are more private. We had a party of 4 and we had our own little table with our own chef. I believe they had 2 person tables too.

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This is my favorite teppanyaki restaurant in Vegas The atmosphere is better than most teppan style restaurants in that the layout and decor creates a rather intimate setting even though you are sharing your table with others.

The food is amazing! They have the best flavor for their appetizers (shrimp and veggies) and the steak is incredibly tender...it litteraly melts in your mouth. I love it so much, that I make it a must every trip to Vegas.

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★★★★★

This is my favorite teppanyaki restaurant in Vegas The atmosphere is better than most teppan style restaurants in that the layout and decor creates a rather intimate setting even though you are sharing your table with others.

The food is amazing! They have the best flavor for their appetizers (shrimp and veggies) and the steak is incredibly tender...it litteraly melts in your mouth. I love it so much, that I make it a must every trip to Vegas.

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This nice, Japanese restaurant has been at Caesar's Palace for a long time. It is off the hallway connecting one of the casinos to a shopping mall. They have a teppan-yaki section and a Chinese/Japanese menu. The grill stuff is more or less what you would get if Benihana charged more. Might as well go over to the LV Hilton and eat at the pretty version of Benihanna.

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★★★☆☆

This nice, Japanese restaurant has been at Caesar's Palace for a long time. It is off the hallway connecting one of the casinos to a shopping mall. They have a teppan-yaki section and a Chinese/Japanese menu. The grill stuff is more or less what you would get if Benihana charged more. Might as well go over to the LV Hilton and eat at the pretty version of Benihanna.

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The concierge at the Bellagio recommended this place for great sushi in Vegas. Conveniently located next door, inside Caesar's Palace, seemed like a nice walk and a fine night out. The atmosphere was nice. Nothing outrageous or special. The waitress looked at me like I was crazy when I asked for a mojito made with shiso mint. It was bland, lacking in flavor but after all of the sugary drinks I had on the strip during the day, it was kind of nice. The sushi menu was very small & very basic. No signature rolls, nothing fancy, just basic sushi you could find anywhere. I had to specially order a spicy scallop hand roll. The scallops in the roll were unfortunately cooked, but it was still tasty. Everything that was brought to us tasted good. I was however disappointed because it was the same kind of sushi I could have had at home in Denver.

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★★★☆☆

The concierge at the Bellagio recommended this place for great sushi in Vegas. Conveniently located next door, inside Caesar's Palace, seemed like a nice walk and a fine night out. The atmosphere was nice. Nothing outrageous or special. The waitress looked at me like I was crazy when I asked for a mojito made with shiso mint. It was bland, lacking in flavor but after all of the sugary drinks I had on the strip during the day, it was kind of nice. The sushi menu was very small & very basic. No signature rolls, nothing fancy, just basic sushi you could find anywhere. I had to specially order a spicy scallop hand roll. The scallops in the roll were unfortunately cooked, but it was still tasty. Everything that was brought to us tasted good. I was however disappointed because it was the same kind of sushi I could have had at home in Denver.

Pros: Good food. Nothing was bad.

Cons: Nothing special. Same kind of sushi you can get anywhere.

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The sushi was fresh and melted in your mouth. However, the "tempura appetizer" was definitely not worth the money. We had about 5 pieces of veggie tempura and 2 shrimp and it cost $15...and 2 of the veggie pieces were over cooked. We also got the Caesar's Specialty Roll which was a huge disappointment. For $22 you'd think they'd put a little more in than a small/skinny piece of tempura shrimp, a skinny piece of asparagus and some shredded carrots. It didn't have a lot of flavor and when we told the waitress it wasn't very good she just left. I wouldn't get the specialty rolls again-save your money and stick to the standard rolls.

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★★★☆☆

The sushi was fresh and melted in your mouth. However, the "tempura appetizer" was definitely not worth the money. We had about 5 pieces of veggie tempura and 2 shrimp and it cost $15...and 2 of the veggie pieces were over cooked. We also got the Caesar's Specialty Roll which was a huge disappointment. For $22 you'd think they'd put a little more in than a small/skinny piece of tempura shrimp, a skinny piece of asparagus and some shredded carrots. It didn't have a lot of flavor and when we told the waitress it wasn't very good she just left. I wouldn't get the specialty rolls again-save your money and stick to the standard rolls.

Pros: Fresh and very tender fish

Cons: Overpriced rolls and appetizers, small tables

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The star of the show at Hyakumi was definitely the sushi/sashimi. The fish was incredibly fresh and of a very high quality.....so much so that my wife and I ate there more than once during our recent trip to Vegas. The california rolls and deep fried soft shell crab were good as well. Though unspectacular, their Japanese bento box sets were executed well. The place also serves a chinese-influenced lunch menu that offers cantonese dishes such as braised beef stew noodles and catonese roasts, which we reckon is slightly below what you would get at an authentic cantonese restaurant like Sam Wong's. Worth a try nonetheless.

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★★★★☆

The star of the show at Hyakumi was definitely the sushi/sashimi. The fish was incredibly fresh and of a very high quality.....so much so that my wife and I ate there more than once during our recent trip to Vegas. The california rolls and deep fried soft shell crab were good as well. Though unspectacular, their Japanese bento box sets were executed well. The place also serves a chinese-influenced lunch menu that offers cantonese dishes such as braised beef stew noodles and catonese roasts, which we reckon is slightly below what you would get at an authentic cantonese restaurant like Sam Wong's. Worth a try nonetheless.

Pros: Freshest seafood around makes great sushi and sashimi

Cons: Execution of chinese dishes can be improved. Can be pricey.

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Do not go! First, I was seated in a "huffy" way due to not having a reservation. 2 people in my party had to leave. I asked if we should move to a smaller table. I was told "no," but then had the staff talking me 3 feet from my table over the matter. Moreover, we waited 15 minutes for menus, and were never given a proper greeting. 2 people argued with me over supposedly ordering the wrong beer. I then had to ask 3 times for a glass of water, as did the table next to me. It took about an hour to get my sushi, I did not get all that I ordered, and the waitress never checked back. When I flagged her down to get my bill, she hovered over me while I paid. That was the most she had been at my table the entire evening.

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★★☆☆☆

Do not go! First, I was seated in a "huffy" way due to not having a reservation. 2 people in my party had to leave. I asked if we should move to a smaller table. I was told "no," but then had the staff talking me 3 feet from my table over the matter. Moreover, we waited 15 minutes for menus, and were never given a proper greeting. 2 people argued with me over supposedly ordering the wrong beer. I then had to ask 3 times for a glass of water, as did the table next to me. It took about an hour to get my sushi, I did not get all that I ordered, and the waitress never checked back. When I flagged her down to get my bill, she hovered over me while I paid. That was the most she had been at my table the entire evening.

Pros: Fresh Seafood

Cons: , Rude Service, Rude Service

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Amid the ever-greater proliferation of specialized Japanese eateries---sushi bars, ramen shops, teppanyaki grills, tofu restaurants and so on---we're happy to find that this versatile place still thrives. Upscale Japanese homes were the…

 

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