StripSteak

Located in Mandalay Bay
3950 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas NV 89119
Detailed Map
Phone: 632-7777
Cuisine: Steak House
Hours:
Open 5:30pm-11:00pm Nightly    

Acclaimed Chef Michael Mina breaks new ground with the debut of StripSteak at Mandalay Bay, his first steakhouse. With its classic menu, inviting bar scene and sophisticated atmosphere, StripSteak plays host to guests looking for the perfect filet in a modern alternative to the traditional steakhouse setting. As with Mina's other restaurants, StripSteak uses only the highest quality ingredients - corn-fed, all-natural meat; line-caught seafood and fresh, seasonal produce. While first-rate components are essential, it is Mina's creative approach to cooking that has made his name. StripSteak features a menu rife with imaginative interpretations of classic steakhouse favorites using state-of-the-art kitchen equipment. StripSteak offers three kinds of beef, Certified Angus Beef, American Kobe and 'A5' Japanese Kobe, and is home to two wood-burning grills and six circulating, slow-poaching chambers. The signature slow-poaching method enhances flavor and tenderness by heating the meat for several hours at a low temperature, while the mesquite-stoked grills infuse every cut with a subtle smokiness.





Rating score

Based on 1 review

2.5

Score breakdown

  • Food
    2.0
  • Service
    4.0
  • Value
    2.0
  • Ambiance
    2.0

Bill / 2017-02-02, 1:56 pm

+0 -0

2.5 "Not worth the money for what you get"

  • Friends
  • Slow impersonal service, everything was way over priced, I got a beet salad with 4 beets buried underneath a handful of lettuce, there was supposed to be goat cheese in it, which I couldn't find, then I got a French onion soup which tasted alot better but still.. $21.00???? Then I ordered a rack of lamb and they came out red in the middle and the flavor tasted like it was spoiled meat. Then I changed it to one of their less priced steaks at $64.00, the Prime Ribeye, and yes it was full of fat and was thin and not very much meat and nothing was accompanied with it. Basically the cost was $100.00 for a steak and a soup and a sparkling water. What a waist of money!!! Oh and the ambiance, they must be dependent on just business men eating there who only focus on talking about business and caring about what they eat because the place was noisy, impersonal, and even the two business men sitting next to me said they thought their food was just ok and also agreed that the restaurant was overly priced. You live and you learn.


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