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Resorts World restaurants

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by VivaMattyVegas, Jun 30, 2021.

  1. VivaMattyVegas

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    I looked at the website to see if they've added menus or hours to any of their F&B outlets. No hours still, but some menus have been added. No prices yet on any of these menus though.
    https://www.rwlasvegas.com/dining

    Also, they're getting KILLED on Yelp, so for those who thought I was being overly negative in my initial review, just know it's far from me who's feeling this way. And I didn't even try their overpriced food court because none of it was open when I toured the place.

    I originally said I'd wait another month or two before going back. I'm leaning towards never at this point because it's clear they had no care about customer service.
     
  2. aspenq

    aspenq Low-Roller

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    That's one of my main issues. As I am planning my fine dining for my upcoming trip I can see the pricing of the entrees and tasting menus / wine pairings at Picasso, Costa Di Mare, Scarpetta, Guy Savoy, and others. Genting Palace at RW supposedly has a tasting menu as well but I don't know if the pricing is $150, $300, $450 pp so I am most likely going with one of the other options.
     
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    I imagine a quick phone call to the restaurant could solve your dilemma.
     
  4. aspenq

    aspenq Low-Roller

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    not really the issue. In a city with more fine dining options per square mile than most other places I’ll just pick one of the many other options.
     
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    Has anyone on here had first hand experience dining yet? Staying at RW next month, and trying to decide if it's worth checking out one of their spots vs. The reliable options at Wynn.
     
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    Also waiting for a report on the restaurants at RW
     
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    check out the under cooked chicken that was served in this video,
     
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    Stopped in at RW this morning to look around. Took pictures of the food court menus and prices as of today. I did not take pictures of the beverage menus or sauces.

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    I can't believe that this guy that is a regular Vegas blogger thought that the chicken maybe "was supposed to be this way, like chicken sashimi?" Who ever eats pink chicken?
     
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    Jidori chicken is somewhat pink even when fully cooked, and sometimes smoked poultry can look pink too… if it was fancy chicken it could be hard to tell unless it clearly looked like uncooked flesh :blink:
     
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    looks like they have a buffet.
    The Kitchen at Resorts World
     
  14. jon_vegas

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    I ate at the food court. Average price per dish is about $10-$15 + $5 drinks. I believe they had chinese, japanese, korean, filipino and vietnamese (not 100% sure). Most of the places only had 3-4 items in the menu. You can order at the place itself or at a kiosk that has all the fast food restaurants menu/price on there. You enter your phone# and they will text you when food is ready. Have not tried the sit down restaurants yet. Maybe on the next trip.
     
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    I'll take that to go.

    Not the food... My girl, Norma :love:
     
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    When I viewed this on "All You Can Vegas", the host was questioning whether the chicken was adequately prepared prior to taking a bite....when he did take a bite, I said to myself, "I hope that bird was smoked"....
     
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    I like his videos, he showcases a lot of different foods and I have even made dining decisions based on what I saw from him but that being said.. he is not the brightest for a food blogger - more the “Everyman” I guess
     
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    it-s-fucking-raw.png
     
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    Dude is a trooper.. ate a full piece of raw chicken before complaining.. His facial expression is awesome..
     
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    Thanks. I didn't want to be that guy so I will quote and agree with you.
     
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