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OMG: The LVH Benihana Package

By Chuckmonster on Friday, 7th December 2012 12:35pm
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Do you love Las Vegas?

*shing shing chop chop chop chop chop chop chop chop chop shing shing*

Do you love teppanyaki dining experience?

*shing shing chop chop sizzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzle chop chop shing*

Do you love discounted dining and hotel rates?

*shing shing shing chop chingchop chingchop chingchop shing shing shing*

Then step right up to the Benihana Chefs Table Package at the LVH hotel and casino, wherein guests are treated to sweet dreams of shrimp flying through the air, sweet scallops dancing on your tongue and the sweet technique of the worlds most skilled teppan chefs, they get to enjoy it for the low low low (seriously) bundled price of $45 bucks per person per night.

Yes... $45 per person per night ($90 dual occupancy) includes dinner, sake tasting, tea ceremony, "classic room" accommodations and four course dinner. Sounds like a great deal to me. Of course, reading the fine print reveals that weekends cost more ($65) but this is a pretty groovy bundle if you happen to like the teppanyaki experience.

All lucky visitors wake up to find a shrimp tail underneath their pillow are invited to redeem it at the casino cage for a very special gift!

*shing shing offer ends December chop chop chop 28th shing shing *

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Comments & Discussion:

My first ever trip to Vegas in the late 90s was the Las Vegas Hilton. I ate at Benihana. got one of there drinks where you pay extra to keep the Buddha glass. That night I hit a jackpot on a slot. Being the superstitious gambler that I am every trip for over 12 years to Vegas includes a mandatory dinner at Benihana and getting that drink. I have a shelf at home full of them. The place is pretty cool as well. Nice manuicured indoor gardens, fish, pleasant people and pretty decent food.

but mostly south of the border waiters and chefs :p

Onion volcanoes for the win!!!! Who needs the Mirage!

I have to confess that I have never set foot in a Benihana, not in Vegas nor here in Atlanta. For years I was not well versed in regards to Japanese cuisine and Americanized Chinese was my preference. Then about 8 years ago a co-worker where I was working at the time was talking about the teppanyaki side of the Asian restaurant near my house (They have a Chinese side, a Japanese side [split into a dining room with Japanese cuisine, a sushi bar and the teppanyaki room] and a few years ago added a Korean BBQ section.) and it sounded so good that I had to try it and I got hooked. This place is the only place I go for teppanyaki, as everywhere else I have tried, I was greatly disappointed, especially with their sauces and the seasonsings they use in their dishes. I've heard of several really good places in Vegas for teppanyaki, but have never tried them. Maybe that needs to change.

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