Upon entereing, the dining room appears very chic... clean lines and modern, while the lighting and materials create a very warm and inviting atmosphere... not cold, not stuffy, but just right. We were promptly seated and the service all around was impecable.
The menu selection is good. Nothing especially creative, but good staples as expected at a steakhouse of this calibur. They offer several grades of meat including USDA Nebraska corn-fed, American Kobe and 100 percent Japanese Kobe at around 22 dollars an ounce.
The Steaks themselves were wonderful. I ordered the Japanese Kobe Rib-eye... so tender, i didn't need a knife. Perfectly cooked and seasoned. The 1200 degree ovens really sear the steaks the way I like them without blowing the internal temperature. This was paired with the Argentine Chimmichuri and Wasabi butter. The sauces were good, but the steak stood alone and the sauce actually detracted a bit from the wonderful flavor. My partner had the American Kobe Filet Mignon... again perfectly cooked and seasoned. The side of corn was absolutely fantastic. I know it sounds funny, but it's the best corn I've ever had. The creamed spinach on the other hand was really nothing special. Tasted a bit like the frozen stuff with a fried egg mixed in... too salty to boot.
Except for the spinach, this was one of the best meals I've had in Vegas, but it does come with a hefty pricetag. For the price, i'd still head to SW at the Wynn, but this is an excellent dining experience for superb steak.
Pros: Steak, atmosphere, service
Cons: pricetag, creamed spinach