Shibuya at MGM Grand
Just The Facts, Please.
Sunday - Thursday, 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday & Saturday, 5:00pm - 10:30pm
Master Sushi Chef
3 course menu starting at $59
Inspired by Tokyo's Shibuya district.
Sample Menu Items
Teppanyaki dining available.
Kampachi Sashimi, Fresh Yuzu Juice, Black Truffle Oil
Kani Salad, Shiso oil, Lotus Chip
Braised Kobe Beef Short Rib, Seared Foie Gras
Lobster and Scallop, Uni Butter Sauce
SEARED AKAMI TUNA Kizami Wasabi, Vegetable Sushi Roll, Apple Cider Soy Reduction
Kushi Yaki Breast & Thigh, Satsumaimo Croquettes, Shishito, Lemon Teriyaki
SALMON AND BLACK COD
Pineapple Miso Salmon, Shiro Miso Black Cod
LOBSTER AND SCALLOP
Baby Carrots, Edamame, Tamaki Rice, Uni Butter Sauce
Mavens Overview: Shibuya
Shibuya at MGM Grand offers Japanese cuisine, with a high price tag. The restaurant covers all the bases of Japanese cuisine, Sushi, Teppanyaki cooking and tempura and other hot Japanese dishes. The restaurant is decidedly upscale, and as previously mentioned, with prices to match the high-end ambiance. Fortunately for Shibuya, many patrons feel the food is worth the high prices. The Internet Buzz is strongly favorable for the food served at Shibuya.
Internet Buzz: Shibuya
- Phenomenal! I was in Vegas for a girls weekend and we stumbled upon Shibuya. What a great surprise. One of the best meals I've ever had. I especially recommend the rock shrimp. Wow. You know it's good when everyone at the table drops their jaws at the first taste. Try it if you are in the MGM
- The food here is absolutely delicious. Everything I ate here was delicious. I love dessert here because they are so original and unique. I also like tempura here. They make tempura perfectly. The only thing is that service is slow and hard to get waiter because this place is always busy.
- One of the best meals in Vegas!! The ambiance, food, and service are the best. They have an awesome selection of Sake, from $20-$800. Yes, you got it, $800! Also, they have lobster by pounds, 3lbs. is like $700. If you want to have a romantic, but hip dinner, you should definitely try this place, worth your $$$$
- I have to remember that places in Vegas to eat are a little more expensive then at home. That being said, I was still in a little bit of a sticker shock at how expensive Shibuya actually is.
- I always get suspicious when I dine at upscale Asian restaurants because many upscale Asian places are good with providing a pretty ambience while their food is lackluster, and so the food better be good, I thought while I ordered from his upscale Asian place...I got the salmon skin roll (about $6) and a warm dish of crab and scallops (about $29). The salmon skin roll was fine- it tasted like the salmon skin rolls I'm used to, but the crab and scallops were EXCELLENT.
- I absolutely loved this place. Everything was on point -- the decor, the ambiance, the service, and most importantly the FOOD. I had an appetizer of lobster miso soup and although you really couldn't taste much of the lobster the chunks were in there, but the soup itself was very delicious. Entree was a mixture of scallop and lobster bisque and that was simply incredible.
- This is the best sushi I've ever had. Easily. The prices reflect the high quality of the fish that is flown in daily. S'not cheap, but it is however: worth it.
- This was seriously some of the best food I've had in my life. I have a love affair with sushi and my bf and I agreed, this was the best sushi we've had yet. The yellowtail sashimi was so unexpectedly flavorful and extremely fresh. The spicy tuna roll was the most generously apportioned spicy tuna roll I've ever had and also the TASTIEST! The show stealer, however, was the miso BLACK COD... it was just melt in your mouth good.
- I ordered the Omakase ($120) and was amazed at the presentation, the taste and creativity of the food as the dishes came out one after another, never feeling rushed. If I go back, I will do it all over again. I highly recommend this option for people that want a variety of Japanese food and don't want to stick to just the sushi menu.