Also located in the Benihana Village, you will find a casual Chinese restaurant that serves many traditional dishes that Americans have grown accustomed to. Garden of the Dragon is delicious without being too heavy, like most Chinese cuisine. The dining room is nestled into the corner of the Zen-like Benihana Village and separated by glass dividers that are etched with intricate Dragon designs. The noise of the casino gets lost behind the doors of this restaurant creating a relaxing and peaceful dining experience. Garden of the Dragon offers cuisine from almost every region of China including: Canton, Peking, Szechuan, and Monoglia.
Garden of the Dragon specializes in fresh seafood from the tank like the Szechuan Sea Bass which is one of the restaurant’s signature dishes. Also on the menu are spring rolls, chops, grilled entrees, and even some classic favorites like Orange Beef. Although you may not think about dessert when dining at a Chinese restaurant, Garden of the Dragon has the best fortune cookies in town. Their giant double-creamed fortune cookies are a favorite on the Las Vegas Strip and you can’t miss them if you are stopping by the Las Vegas Hilton.