I went to Simon Las Vegas in August and I took 5 clients with me and I must say, I was quite embarrassed for taking them to a place like this. I am in the fashion industry and there is nothing trendy or high-end about Simon. The service is terrible not because any one is rude, but because the waitresses do not have a clue on what high -end service is. For example, chocolate molten cake was presented as ""yummy cake with chocolate goo inside"" Real classy. The other trick is the food. It is over priced and not edible. If you like bland or over salted simple foods, go ahead but expect to leave feeling tricked after you receive your bill. Out of the 6 entrees, all 6 were bad. I thought it couldn't get any worse, but then the dessert. .. they serve cotton candy...literally as a dessert choice. High-end is written all over there website..and then you get the above. I am from NYC and believe me Simon would never make it here. Simon is lucky to be in Las Vegas so they can trick everyone once and still survive. The decor is not that great either. Don't be fooled by the website. It doesn't look at all like it. It seems like an amateur interior designer decided to mix all of his or her favorite ""trendy"" things and put it all in one room. Asian influence meets pub meets bar scene meets pool meets junk food meets steak house meets cheap design all mushed together. I usually never write bad reviews because I consider myself to be an avid supporter of new businesses, but this place is so bad and so frustrating that I had to write this review. If you want to impress, Save yourself money, time, bad food and embarrassment and run away!\r
Go if you never have been to a nice restaurant and you would have nothing else to compare it to. But even then, you will wish you stayed home and cooked your own meal.
Pros: NOTHING RUN AWAY!
Cons: Terrible food, service, and cheesy decor