Fin Restaurant at the Mirage

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The Mirage

Dining Hours

5:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Tuesday & Wednesday


Chef Chi Choy



Price Range

Aveerage Check $60, per Restaurant Web Site

Suggested Attire



Experience exciting contemporary Chinese dishes tempered with an eclectic blend of international cuisines. Mirage Web Site

Sample Menu Items

Prix Fixe $49.99 (menu changes)
Shrimp & Scallop Lettuce Wrap, Pine nuts
Crisp Shrimp on Fried Toast
Vegetable Egg Roll
Barbecued Spare Ribs

Entrées served with Steamed Rice
Wok- Fried Chilean Sea Bass Scallion & Garlic
Beef Tenderloin Black Pepper Sauce
Chicken Breast Kung Pao Spicy Sauce

Fried Bananas & Sweet Cream
Coconut Tapioca & Pineapple Martini



Mavens Overview: Fin

Fin at the Mirage serves Chinese food. The restaurant is closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

The Internet Buzz is strongly favorable for the restaurant decor, less so for the food. Surprisingly, the fortune cookies that they give you at the end of the meal are singled out for rave reviews.

Internet Buzz: Fin

  • Fin features a design by Yabu Pushelberg, the firm that did Shibuya and Fiamma at the MGM Grand. The room features murals with Chinese themes, hand-painted on rice paper backdrops, a number of special lighting effects, crystal balls suspended from the ceiling, and on the tables, Spiegelau stemware and Bernardaud plates. It may be the most elegant Chinese restaurant in the entire country.
  • The decor is beyond gorgeous! Beautiful glass baubles hanging all over the room, a giant silver horse, sheer painted screens, painted mountain landscapes, and very nice private dining rooms as well. It is pretty quiet and relaxing, even though there is a sea of slots in front of it.
  • We started with the egg drop soup, which was very light and not salty. We also ordered the pot stickers, which were very light and tasty. They are so cute-you get 6 mini ones. I could have gone for a touch more vinegar in the sauce that comes with, but was good nonetheless. We also had the Mongolian beef, which was delicious, tender, and full of flavor, and the bbq pork and shrimp fried rice-nice dish, not greasy, I just wish it had a little more shrimp in it.
  • Cantonese-style barbecued duck, available by the half order, is redolent of star anise and cinnamon.
  • The most memorable dish was the Wok-Fried Lobster Tail | black bean & egg sauce, cantonese-style. The best Asian style Lobster I ever had.
  • Fin is, quite possibly, the prettiest restaurant I've been to in the US. The food is alright. But let's not kid ourselves - the selling point of Fin is NOT the food (ugh, yes, I hate myself for writing this since I consider myself to be somewhat of a "foodie" who RESPECTS food).
  • Their homemade fortune cookies were awesome.
  • The restaurant looks amazing, but besides that I didn't get a wow on the food nor did I on the service.
  • Of all the restaurants I've been to in Vegas this might be the worst. On a good note the decor is really beautiful...The fortune cookie and free shot of baily's were great though.
  • The restaurant has wonderful decor, contemporary, simple, restful(especially what is going on outside, it is an oasis) and beautiful. The service is very Chinese (curt and not too friendly). The food is so very ordinary,



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