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3799 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Tropicana Ave.) Send to Phone
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Sophisticated Japanese cuisine is presented in a dynamic setting on MGM Grand's restaurant row.
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Shibuya Restaurant Review

: Named for a neighborhood of Tokyo known for its bustling urbanism and modern lifestyle, Shibuya is an elegant rose-tinted, glass-enclosed restaurant housing three distinct dining areas. Just inside the entrance is the sushi bar backed by video screens. Guests in the colorful Teppan Room are served a complete dinner at granite-bordered teppan tables. The main room resembles an illuminated glass cube, with circular, pink glass screens creating semi-private dining spaces. It's in this decorative room that traditional modern à la carte specialties are served. We suggest the “Kani” salad with king, snow and river crab, pickled cucumber, seaweed and lotus chips. Raw signature items include octopus and scallop with uni butter sauce. Carnivores like the braised Kobe-style short rib with seared foie gras, white asparagus and spicy sweet soy. The imaginative cuisine is complemented by a first-rate saké program that features tasting flights and guidance by the knowledgeable waitstaff. Save room for the yamamomo trilogy: Japanese mountain peach yamamomo sorbet, yamamomo and chocolate mousse, and Baumkuchen sponge cake and yamamomo compote. To cap your Shibuya dinner, there are five types of green tea, poured into tiny cups from a miniature black cast iron kettle, plus saké-based specialty cocktails.

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