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Time and Time again - Delilah is the very best in Las Vegas. Went friends and/or clients are visiting or we just want the a wonderful evening - it is Delilah. Beautiful environment - Beautiful food - Beautiful music - Beautiful entertainment - Beautiful service - Delilah has it all. It is an event for the evening. It works both as a business or private celebration or a very personal even - the staff knows how to serve you. The menu is creative and fun - the execution of the food is perfect. We can't recommend Delilah any higher - a must go. Reservations are recommended and hard to get but try - it is worth it.Be the first to Reply
Delilah has it all, atmosphere is very upscale, food is great and service is exceptional. There is a reason it has a month or two waiting list. Seriously though it does not disappoint - one of the best supper clubs period!Be the first to Reply
Consistently Las Vegas’ toughest reservation Delilah debuted at Wynn in July of 2021, the “social dining” experience from L.A.’s h.wood Group making good use of Michelin 2* Alex’s former footprint with million dollar upgrades and aspirations to redefine a modern day Supper Club. Long awaited and debuted with an opulent Grand Opening of A-List celebrities, guests are immediately met by a small foyer before entering the thirty-seat Little Bubble Bar whose rich fabrics overlook the main Dining Room two floors below. Accessed via double staircases, with bronze and marble gilding the space envisioned by Wynn’s Todd-Avery Lenahan, tables reside between a main stage and larger bar with posh materials and wood surrounded by plaster ceilings above numerous original paintings. Fusing interior to outside via paired courtyards, one abutting the Chef’s Table and secret dining room directly accessed via the kitchen, it was in here that ten diners sat Tuesday to enjoy twenty plates from Chef Josh Smith and team. Over-the-top in a good way, from contrasting patterns and custom porcelain to gracious servers with encyclopedic knowledge of the Chef Smith’s Cuisine, it is once Beverages are ordered that tables receive complimentary Milk Bread, each slice piping hot with a delicate crumb ready to be slathered by some of the best Butter in America. Sparing no expense in terms of Ingredients or décor, a Caviar Donut enjoyed amidst murals and mirrors, Appetizers from Chef Smith continued with a Pastrami-topped Wedge and “Crab Rangoon” that resembles Dungeness in its presentation except that the “Shell” is actually a Cracker meant to be smashed and used as a delivery mechanism. High energy in the main room, easy for conversing until live music starts, additional small bites include Salmon Poke with Shrimp Chips and savory French Toast supporting Foie Gras plus seasonal Confiture currently made from Quince. Onward to Entrees, but not before “Delilah’s Famous Chicken Tenders” again justified their signature status in terms of both taste and texture, Delilah’s Beef Wellington sees Chef Smith once again outpacing Gordon Ramsay alongside creamy Mashed Potatoes while Dover Sole in a Potato Crust rethinks Fish n’ Chips. Not forgetting Chicken Francese with all the fixins’, nor Steak Fries and Creamed Spinach, Fettuccine sees handmade Pasta graced by Alaskan King Crab and Alba White Truffles while Mashed Potatoes come perfumed by Tuber melanosporum. Growing livelier by the minute, but never too loud, it was around 8:15pm that the Captain poured flaming Cognac overtop “Beehive” Baked Alaska, but no matter how good this, Delilah’s Rocky Road Sundae or “Kendall’s Slutty Brownie” are it will still take more to outpace Josh’s Grandmother’s world-class Gooey Butter Cake as Las Vegas’ best Dessert.Be the first to Reply
Absolutely delectable! We started with uni in egg shell and zero fishy taste. Uni is from Japan and was best I’ve had in US ever. Then lobster which was solid. Foie gras was my absolute favorite dish and I would have ordered for dessert if I were still hungry. Then we had salmon entree with carrot side dish. Zero complaints about this place. The service was great so not sure about delays in service. Each table has a time allotted to it and staff may be short due to work shortages. We had a great time and will refer others and return!Be the first to Reply
I really loved Delilah! I was expecting an upscale establishment and entertainment but was not anticipating just how classy, sophisticated and retro (in the best possible meaning of that word) it would be. It is a place I must return to. You’re greeted outside of view of the interior so when you are escorted in the room really opens up to you. It is like those movies from the 50s of a glamourous club/restaurant. I said Hollywood in my title but think of the club in Casa Blanca. I kept waiting for Bogart or Bergman to step out from around the corner and light up a cigarette. Food and service were excellent. My only quibble about the service was that the server assistant kept putting his arm in front of our faces when placing utensils - it may seem like a small thing but having someone’s forearm right by your nose is unpleasant. I would also say that the wine list really skewed towards the high end. I mean it is Vegas and everyone is a baller but it is nice to have selections on a wine list form a varied price point.Be the first to Reply
Amazing experience! After reading some of the recent reviews I wasn’t sure what we were going to get but given the reputation of the Wynn and the pictures of Delilah I knew we had to give it a try. It did not disappoint. If you have any hesitations based on the sub par service reviews on here - rest assured whatever was going on they’ve gone above and beyond to fix and make sure you have a great experience. We had a round of drinks that came out a little slow. Nothing you would think to even complain about. They were super proactive and came over and apologized and comped the drinks! Never had that happen. Then for the trouble they then gave us a free dessert. They went above and beyond on a very minor blip. Most places (even high end) wouldn’t be proactive and identify something so minor. Majorly impressed. And everything else was on point for what you’d expect in a high end establishment. Food was excellent. Ambiance even more so. It’s an experience and one you don’t want to miss. We will absolutely be back the next time we’re in Vegas!Be the first to Reply
Server definitely needed more training on food. We felt we were bothering him. When your check is $1100 for 4 people your experience should be at a higher level. The caviar was the best part of the meal. The steak was not the quality as The Cut but same price point. The lobster was chewy. Ambience was nice but our table you couldn’t see the entertainment. They had a lot of staff standing around yet no one was in a hurry to clear our plates. It was an experience but not sure if I would come back. If we did it would be for cocktails only.Be the first to Reply
We were given the worst seat in the place no view of the stage or restaurant. We’re not able to get us the drinks we requested. Told us to order everything and they would stage the meal. Appetizer and salad were brought together. Our bread had to be requested. Food is just ok. In and out I less than 1 1/2 hours. Never saw the stage. Tell me I’m going to see a show and then put me in a table that I can’t see a thing. Not a happy camper. Why they would even have tables like that is beyond me. Seems like it is asking for this review.Be the first to Reply
Amazing! Difficult to get reservation but worth it. It’s difficult to read some of the low ratings due to their no phone policy. You want to use your phone? Go to Applebees. The decor is beautiful, very classy. Pretentious wait staff? Um, that was not our experience. Our waiter was knowledgeable without being overbearing. The sommelier was excellent and recommended a wine that complemented both our dishes. The entertainment was subtle but beautiful. The food was amazing from the appetizer to dessert. This more than made up for our poor visit to Mayfair at bellagio the night before. Ignore the bad reviews and try it for yourself.Be the first to Reply
Everything was great. Food was exceptional. Endive caesar salad incredible. Pork chop fantastic. Bread outstanding. Service amazing. The first negative was that we received a message outlining the dress code which our entire party of 8 adhered to only to find that people were there in graphic tshirts, baseball hats, ripped jeans. Seems there are different rules for various groups which should not be the case. Second negative is regarding the live entertainment. There was a singer that no one could hear! Would have been nice to be able to hear what was being sung and played. There are these ‘dancers’…no one in our party could understand why…..they didn’t do any type of dancing worth watching….just seemed like writhing.Be the first to Reply
Ok but not great. They say they are upscale and text you with instructions to dress up but then you get there and the place is full of slobs in shorts and flip flops. Enforce your dress code! Room is gorgeous, very loud, tables on top of each other, food average. Probably won’t go back.Be the first to Reply
In Las Vegas this was the best service we have ever had. Thank you, Derrick. Delicious food too. Crab Rangoon a favorite
In Las Vegas, Delilah was the best service we’ve ever had. Thanks Derrick. Food was also delicious and prepared perfectly. My husband and I will definitely be back.Be the first to Reply
Delilah still amazes us (we have had several dinners) - the high quality of service and food within an incredible environment. The dining space is beautiful and the music really sets the tone. Fish-n-Chips, Chicken and Dumplings, Pigs-n-Blankets the Crab Caesar all delicious - Delilah has fun with these dishes and the results are best in town. This is a hard reservation but it is worth the effort and changing your schedule to enjoy this event - it really is event dining. The music and dancers are wonderful and beautiful. Delilah is a big positive recommendation!Be the first to Reply
Exceptional food and service. We had a set menu and there was almost too much food. Good problem to have but would definitely go back. The king crab Caesar, burrata, chicken tenders and macaroni were the crowd favourites.Be the first to Reply
After calling every day for almost a month, we were able to get a reservation for our group. It was a set menu and there was a lot of delicious food. Almost too much food but the service, drinks and vibe were excellent.Be the first to Reply
Managed to get a reservation at Delilah. The first signs of a restaurant in trouble was evidenced by the quasi que outside. Two ever so unpleasant and overly aggressive door-people we’re followed by three inexperienced young ladies who did not have the slightest idea of how to treat guests, nor had bothered to find out in advance who they were. Once seated, it was almost impossible to have any sort of conversation for the awful music sung by a virtually talentless singer. Worse was yet to come. The starters were pathetic and the mains helpless! Even when asked for salt, the waiter brought a salt and pepper set that were empty!There are so many great restaurants in Vegas, avoid this overrated, overhyped underwhelming one.Be the first to Reply
Wonderful, jazzy, atmosphere. Hostess was wonderful on arrival. Excellent food. I took off a point for service, as our server wasn't great. He had an attitude that showed from start to finish. He made me and my guest feel like we were taking up his time. Kill the attitude man. It's not becoming. Otherwise, we really enjoyed this place.Be the first to Reply
This is an amazing facility, food, service and environment. I have not had a more wonderful evening - Delilah has set a new standard for food/entertainment here in Las Vegas. You will need to work to get a reservation (a must) but it is worth any or all the effort. The menu is so fun - "pigs in a blanket" - "fish in chips" - the food is beyond delicious. The service is grand with great care from all the staff - a special thank you to our server, Victor. Delilah is really a beautiful restaurant - the expertise of the food preparation and service is overwhelming - We love our time. We highly recommend Delilah.Be the first to Reply
Being a regular visitor to the Wynn I was really excited to visit Delilah for the first time, On arriving we told that it was not possible to take any photographs of the club, which was annoying as the venue is stunning we were sat in the bar area prior to being seating which was great, service was great a good start to the evening, we were then taken to our table in the main area near the stage staff, table, service and singers were excellent,
My only criticism was the menu seemed to that of a high class restaurant, very expensive and not great quality, I believe that if they served appetisers and small plate meals to a high standard this could well be the place to go in Las Vegas
We were a party of 4 for dinner. The service was great, the atmosphere is great, and the food was good. Unfortunately, the entertainment only went on for a very small period of time during our dinner. When you are expecting entertainment it's disappointing when you only hear 3 songs the entire dinner. We tried a number of menu items including Ahi Tuna Tiradito, Famous Chicken Tenders, Pigs In A Blanket (all of which were delicious). The filet mignon was just ok, nothing special and same goes for the lobster. The short rib was delicious. I've had better food in Las Vegas.Be the first to Reply
12 of us came for dinner...staff was great and attentive. We loaded up on apps and had a few entrees and really enjoyed the Beef Wellington for 2
Drinks were good and properly priced
Music was a bit too loud and hard to hear each other at times during dinner
Just wow. A beautifully designed restaurant with live torch song entertainment. Evokes a bygone era of luxurious 1930s style. The music was mesmerizing and lulled me into such happiness. Mixed with the amazing conversation of our six person group and the delicious meal, it was an excellent experience. The service is slow but since the atmosphere invites relaxation it didn't matter one bit. Fabulous and knowledgeable servers. We didn't have room for the Baked Alaska but next time we might just start with that!Be the first to Reply
Well our casino host made the reservation at this new restaurant in the The Wynn. We were originally a party of 6 but our friends did not make the trip so we were only 2. Well that upset the host5 and she tried to put us at a table in servers prep station where all we were looking at was the rear ends of the servers, so i asked for a different table, with this they were gracious enough to move us to a better table. Ours server was great and he commented that he knows the previous table and that they try to put folks at it5 and it’s horrible should be take away. In any event the food was OK but not up to the hype and pomp that we believed and as was advertised. As many of you know I travel in a certain style and eat at the best restaurants and this is not in the top echelon of them. Well we ordered after dinner drinks and were minding our own business when my wife decided to take a picture of her chocolate martinis to send to our daughter. Well this restaurant has a no photo policy for the restaurant but if you can believe their ego they think that their drinks are also included in this. The typical reason for no photos is that if they have celebrities or there’s who prefer anonymity which I full appreciate no phots. But of a drink on a table where not only is their no one to see but the drink and table but it’s just a drink. Well it went downhill form there, a big slough i of a an walked up to out Abe apparently security, but if he’s security then this restaurant is in real trouble, anyway he got within 3-6 inches of my wife’s face and started scolding her for the drink picture. I told him to remove himself from the table and to leave whereupon he said he would get the manager which he did. I explained the situation the GM who apologized for the persons behavior but from the beginning to the end this place ruined what should have been a very nice evening. In any event i left a 50% tip because it was not the servers fault and he was wonderful. I would avoid this restaurant as their many others at The wynn that are much better and great food and much better hospitality too. Give your business to restaurants owned by the hotel not these independents as they are not worthy of your time nor money.Be the first to Reply
During our stay in Las Vegas, we visited Delilah, an exclusive supper club with music performers on the elevated stage. The club’s front entrance was closed until the dinner opening time, 5.30 pm. Since we arrived 10 minutes earlier, we walked along the nearby corridors before returning to the entrance. Upon confirming our reservation, a hostess ushered us to a table inside. The interior was ornate. We ordered King Crab Caesar, ORA King Salmon, and Filet Mignon. All the foods were quite delicious. Since we were there at the club’s opening time, a few musicians just started setting up the stage. A bit later, only one lady singer started singing solo jazz music accompanied by a contrabass player until we finished our dinner. We then left the club without having a chance to hear any band or ensemble performance. Unfortunately, picture taking was not allowed inside the club. Far advance reservation is needed, and business casual outfits are recommended. We saw some guests with quite casual outfits and sneakers being escorted to outdoor tables, instead of indoor tables.Be the first to Reply
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