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If you are craving Kobe A5, arguably the best beef in the world, we have it. But, the offerings extend far beyond a simple steak. Three different types of beef from around the world, dozens of cuts and a selection of seafood and unique sides that would put any fish house to shame. Jean Georges Steakhouse has something for everyone, as long as everyone is looking for the best of the best.
US$50 - US$50
Gluten Free Options
Reservations, Private Dining, Seating, Parking Available, Valet Parking, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
Literally the worst steak I had. 18oz bone in rib-eye was dry AF and no flavor. Sides were terrible. Service was slow. Lobster was over cooked! The only good thing was the bread and butter. Bardot’s had a better steak!
My husband and I attended Jean Georges with another couple for a remarkable dinner. For appetizers, we were presented with a seafood board that included lobster tail, king crab leg, oysters, clams, shrimp &scallops. We also had the bacon wrapped shrimp which was the best...ever! For an entree I had the Filet Mignon 8oz, and my husband had the New York Strip 14 oz, with Yukon Gold mashed potatoes that were so very creamy. The asparagus was absolutely delicious as well. The desert board presentation was lovely also, with a hollow white chocolate ball that was doused with hot chocolate sauce that broke it when poured over, cheesecake and a few other sweeties. Stunning! Would definitely go back.More
Wow. Every aspect of my daughter’s birthday dinner was priceless. The waitstaff was attentive, knowledgeable and most pleasant. Eight of us were treated as if we were the only ones in the restaurant. The food was well prepared, temperatures were perfect and the variety of...dishes we ordered….each was divine. Absolutely happy with our experience and so glad we chose Jean Georges.
I chose the sea bass and was not disappointed.More
Arrived on time for our 6:45 reservation. Despite the restaurant being maybe 20% full, we were promptly seated at a table right next to the waitress station, in the back of the restaurant next to a table of 8, right on the walkway through the...restaurant. I will say our 2 servers were excellent; attentive without being intrusive, friendly and funny. The bread was incredible. Ceasar salad was average, summer corn soup was very one-note and didn’t deliver much in the way of corn flavor despite it being peak season. Both the filet and rib cap were very good and cooked as requested. The creamed corn side dish was good, if not great. We ordered a salt baked potato to share. It was thoughtfully presented already cut in half for each of us and served with our own set up of butter, sour cream and chives. Unfortunately the baked potato was nowhere near cooked! It was barely warm to the touch and hard as a rock. Our waiter apologized and offered to get us a new, cooked, potato, but we asked for the Yukon mashed potatoes instead, which were delivered quickly and very tasty. We were never visited by a manager or host about the raw baked potato. We were still charged for said raw potato as well. I visit Las Vegas very frequently and had been looking forward to trying Jean Georges. Chef Vongerichten has an excellent reputation and I had hoped for an elevated steakhouse experience, but this was quite disappointing.More
I normally don't think much about restaurants from hotels but it wasn't too bad. It takes a long time to get in because the place has a rep as one of the better steak houses, so I knew to expect the kinds of prices I...saw for the steak cuts, and quite honestly, they are over priced. I can't say the food was bad, it was OK, really, but it did not blow me away- maybe I was too fixated on the price to think there was not a match. The black truffle Mac and Cheese was fantastic though. Great service and really cool interior design though.More
We ate at Jean George Steakhouse in Aria. It was on a Sunday and the restaurant was crowded. We were seated promptly at 5:30 pm, We split the Strawberry Salad and shared asparagus and shared the 32oz porterhouse steak and had the market citrus dessert...along with two cocktails a piece. Over, the meal and steak were very enjoyable/More
While the service and atmosphere were both excellent, the food was mostly average and overpriced even for Las Vegas. Seafood platters were a big hit with enough for everyone! Sea bass was liked as were about 50% of the strip steaks. However, the Bone In...Ribeye was subpar. Not only were our steaks mostly fat, they were chewy, tasteless and not even close to 18oz. At $77 we expected to be blown away. Sides were a hit and miss too and were extremely small-especially for a so called steakhouse. Too bad because the service was exemplary! With so many better options in Las Vegas, this is not a place I would recommend.More
We had steak and crab legs on a Saturday night, and everything was very good. I have eaten at several steak houses in Las Vegas and this ranks right among the best. I would eat there again when we stay at the Aria.
Service was slow. Ok. I ordered an ‘American Wagyu’ steak. I have had Wagyu. This wasn’t it. I would say it was chuck eye from my experience. Manager said he would ‘take care of it’ but did nothing. There are too many good steakhouses in...Vegas to waste your hard working money here.More
The worst customer experience we’ve ever had.
Our waitress was not very attentive with our dining experience. She was not very responsive or present with our questions, food or what we’re there to celebrate for; it was my husband’s birthday. Her demeanor was off-putting...and unprofessional (for us to overhear her speaking unkindly about another customer/guest). She did not ask how the food is, if we would like anything and did not offer desert or coffee after our dinner.
Manager #1 - Jacob Kauffman
After being extremely disappointment with my dining experience, I contacted the restaurant manager via telephone Sunday, 07/11/2021. I explained how displeased and unsatisfied my husband and I were with our waitress. I received an informal email from Jacob explaining how he needs to “research” about my issue. Jacob never called or emailed again.
Manager #2 – Jerry
Now my husband and I are livid by this whole restaurant and company. For an upscale fine dining restaurant, this type of treatment is absolutely unacceptable and beyond disrespectful to the customer. Instead of Jacob or another team member reaching out to me out of courtesy, I contacted Jerry on Wednesday, 07/14/2021. I explained once again and shared new information of how extremely disappointed we are with our overall service from the waitress and now Jacob. I did not appreciate Jerry’s suggestive remarks of how I should have handled my concerns/issues with the waitress; he implied I should have voiced my concerns the day of reservation. My husband’s birthday celebration is my priority. Video surveillance will show as proof/evidence how inattentive our waitress was so I advised Jerry to search through their records. Jerry asked what outcome I would like, and I requested more than half my money back.
After 9 days of “researching” I once again received an informal form of communication via email of my $100.00 refund. Nowhere in my email does it state we were unable to accommodate more than half of your refund request or given me an option of how I would like my refund as I split the cost between two credit cards. Jacob and Jerry are very unprofessional. My husband and I were ignored. Both managers did not have the common courtesy to contact us over the phone and provide us with a status or say a simple thank you for your patience as it’s taking longer than expected.
Sunday, 07/18/201 @12:06pm voicemail
Tuesday, 07/20/2021 @7:41am Lina x1900 Executive Assistant
I refused to speak to anyone from this restaurant and preferred to escalate the issue. I left a voicemail to the corporate office Sunday, 07/18/201 at 12:06pm, no one called me back. On Tuesday, 07/20/2021 @7:41am, I got a hold of an executive assistant. Although Lina works for a different department, she took my call. I explained what happened, but just like Jacob and Jerry, her condescending attitude came out. She became very rude and patronizing.
We had a very poor experience for a special occasion. We hoped to rectify the bad experience by reporting it to management. We were ignored on two separate experiences. We only received a quarter of our money back. This is a problem on a company level; from the restaurant to corporate. We will NEVER go back to this restaurant and we hope you do the same.
Jean Georges Steakhouse
3730 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89158 (702) 590-8660More