Upon entry, guests will find a plush, luxury salon and a 94-seat lounge adorned with Asian-inspired décor curated from throughout the globe. Our innovative menu features carefully-crafted robata, sushi selections, and an array of dishes that put a modern spin on traditional pan-Asian delicacies. Guests can enjoy craft cocktails early in the evening and move into the night with music from the world’s top DJs.
Such an experience worth the absorbing and sharing on NyE 2020!! From cocktails to food to ambiance this place did a great job serving and meeting the needs I didn’t see coming and my girlfriend loved it too!! A come back kinda place for sure!
Food was average. We ordered 6 dishes. They were all decent, but I wouldn’t order them again. Would come back again to give it another chance.
Traffic in front of Encore is ridiculous. Self parking was full and it took 30 minutes to valet the car. We missed our dinner reservation. Since we didn’t gamble, valet is $30.
My wife and I were very impressed with the food at this restaurant. The sushi, and ESPECIALLY the salmon sashimi was fantastic. The service was pretty good, and the noise level was good where we were sitting, but if we sat closer to the bar it would have been too loud. We would recommend this to others, especially if you have red card points that you are looking to burn.
It was my 50th birthday, and we were celebrating with friends. The meal was outstanding and so was our server! We will definitely be back!
Absolutely fantastic in every way! From the service to the exquisite menu; second to none. Five Stars!! Beautiful decor and the food was delicious ! I recommend the Fried rice and calamari and of course the cucumber and basil martini!
Everything was good, we didn’t like where we were seated tho. There weren’t many people dining there, but we were seated close to the rest room hall way.
It didn’t start out well because parking was tough at the casino on saturday. Luckily we were able to call and tell them we were going to be late and Im glad we did because the restaurant was packed!! We were sat right away at a booth and greeted immediately by our server. Really upset that we forgot their name because we received amazing service throughout the night.
The food was outstanding! we had scallops and wings on the Robata menu which I guess is just a fancy name for Japanese Grilling. Whatever it means, it was delicious! The scallops absorbed all the flavors from the grill and the wings had a glaze that I would run a mile to try again. Next course, we opted to try one of the sushi platters that was chefs choice. The presentation alone exceeded my expectations but the selection and freshness of the sushi was even better. We eat sushi all the time and there were fish on here that weve only seen served in japan and definitely not in boston. It was our first time here so we had to splurge, A5 KOBE BEEF!! It was $90 for 3oz which is a steal because Rare steakhouse down the hall has A5 for $220 for 4oz.
With the money we saved from properly priced kobe which was straight meat butter, we opted to get a round of drinks in their lounge. The lounge was pretty much a night club at this point with a DJ and bottle service. Made sense cause you would have trouble getting drinks otherwise. On our way out they told us about their other bar which was much more our speed, it was less crowded and just what we were looking for. we were able to chill and actually talk to the bartender. She told us we were allowed to take drinks from the restaurant and leave with them *in encore plastic cups*. BREAKING NEWS! we took our roadies and hit the casino floor walking like conor mcgregor, arms flailing and everything.
My first time at the restaurant was exceptional. The modern furniture and the partially open kitchen give a special athmosphere to the place. The service is quick, since they serve every dish right after it got ready. On a simple Wednesday evening, the restaurant was almost empty. On the Wednesday right before Thanksgiving, there were more people, but the restaurant was still not even close to full. Expensive, but the food is worth the price (except the dessert, that looks good but tastes nothing special).
Honestly the food was not very good and the selection on the menu was very disappointing.
Shitake mushroom bowl was very aromatic. Ceviche not as impressive and uni sashimi was not the freshest I've had. Sorbet dessert flavors very nicely chosen although more exotic flavors might be more suitable for such a restaurant in my opinion. Ambience and decor very nice.
Odd bouncer situation where we observed people get into a fight and the person we initiated the physical violence was the one that got to stay and the other person was told to leave. Very odd and hard to get over. Service was OK. Food was fantastic. Hard to figure out who is in charge tho. Staff was very disorganized.