Tetsu Las Vegas

By grace.g.yang ยท May 20, 2015
Under: Asian,Dinner,Las Vegas,seafood,steak,Sushi,Travels

Back in April, I went on a work trip to Las Vegas for a few days. Ken just happened to be in Phoenix that same weekend and we ended up making a little vacation out of it. I flew into Phoenix and Ken was supposed to get on the same flight as me, but it turns out that he booked a flight for the day after and I ended up getting off the plane and we drove from Phoenix to Las Vegas together. It wasn’t a bad drive (only four hours) and it was my first time in Arizona.

We arrived in Las Vegas in the afternoon and ended up meeting up with some friends at the pool before going back to our hotel room, washing up and getting ready for dinner. Dinner didn’t end up being until around 10:30 so we decided to go to Tetsu since it was in the hotel.

Tetsu is part of Bar Masa, which is part of the Masa empire. We had eaten all day and weren’t too hungry so we decided to share a few things. The restaurant has seating around Teppanyaki grills so you can see how the chefs prepare your food. No tricks like Benihana, but the food is served quickly:

Kappo masa las vegas

We started with the lobster:

Kappo masa las vegas

The lobster was prepared with a chili lime dipping sauce but was flavorful on its own because it was cooked with a lot of butter.

I also ordered the grilled zucchini:

Kappo masa las vegas

The sea bass:

Kappo masa las vegas

And the forbidden rice sauteed with beef:

Kappo masa las vegas

Everything was o-k not extremely special. The place is good for people watching; we saw a lot of interesting characters at the restaurant (I’ll leave it at that!) There were a lot of different options for meals in Las Vegas but it was a little too late to go anywhere when we finally got our acts together so we ended up eating at the hotel. I don’t think I’d go back.

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