This fun place has won the Critic's Award for Best Place to Dance and Best New Hotel Restaurant given by the Las Vegas Review-Journal. The Mandalay ... More
This fun place has won the Critic's Award for Best Place to Dance and Best New Hotel Restaurant given by the Las Vegas Review-Journal. The Mandalay Bay Resort houses a refreshing two-story jungle complete with waterfalls and the world's largest rum bar. The Lava Flow is a flaming volcano-bowl filled with dark rum, crushed pineapple, mango, brandy and orange juice. Try the Fire Pit, an eight-course meal including skewered kabobs of meat.
Horrible! No other way to put it. The experience started with a young lady seating us right next (literally a foot away) to another couple even though the entire restaurant was empty. We asked to be relocated and were looked at like we were crazy and told no. We ordered the Fire Pit and were sadly disappointed. The food came so infrequently and we were only allowed a sliver of food at any one given trip to our table by the server. We spent the majority of the time twiddling our thumbs. The meal was unbelievably over priced too. The only good point of the whole experience was the ambience of the place. Don't waste your time and money on this restaurant with so many other choices.
The food was really great and ample portions if you want to split entrees. If you go for the other option which is the all-u-can eat menus I saw meat coming out on skewers and served at the table.
I ordered the pork loin which was superb. My niece ordered the shrimp pasta. She thought it was excellent. I also ordered one of their special rum jungle juice drinks. It was tasty.
The dinner with dessert and one drink was a tad over 100.00. It was well worth it. The atmosphere was cool with the water flowing down the glass panes and the colored lights on the shelves with rum bottles making the ambiance a great place to spend an evening.
I went to Rumjungle with a group of 12 coworkers to celebrate a birthday. We expected to be impressed, but left disappointed. The meals were less than exceptional. There was one person of the 12 who thought their meal was tasty. My boyfriend didn't receive his meal until everyone else was finished, and to top it off, a waiter dropped a knife covered in a red sauce down the back of his dress shirt. Although they did comp us a few drinks, we didn't have time to finish them because they began removing the tables and chairs from around us to open the dance floor. I was half expecting a waiter to pick me up off my seat to move me out of the way. We stayed after the club opened, which was entertaining but snooty. The acrobats flying across the ceiling are super sexy, but the bar staff and the patrons project a snobby attitude that this place just does not deserve.
We had a 8h30 dinner reservation for 10 people. After drinking our cocktails, most of us ordered the Fire Pit Menu. We felt rushed like you would not believe. My husband aksed the waiter if he could slow down a bit and was told that the kitchen was closing at 10h00. We then replied that we understood and that we would take our time to eat dessert. No again ! The waiter then explained that the section were we were sitting needed to be empty in order to be transformed into a VIP room. He then looked at us and said that we were welcome to remain seated if we were to order 4 bottles of rhum at 300 $ each... He said that in a way that made me feel like a second class citizen.
Please tell me why you accepted a reservation for 8h30 when the kitchen closes at 10h00? I would strongly recommend that you inform customers (especially tourists) in a polite way that they need to pay 300 $ for a bottle of rum before they get seated. If we had wanted to eat and go we would have gone to McDonald's.
The food and the ambiance were OK but the overall experience was terrible.
I really liked the ambiance. It wasn't to dark or really bright, just right. The service was great. I liked the drink selection with all kinds of different rums. I had the "Rumjungle Juice" drink it was awesome. The food is excellent. It is a bit pricey but I am sure that I will be back again. Next time I will make sure that I stay long enough to enjoy music after dinner is served.
the best gourmet restaurant we ate at on our last trip to LV. We ate at Rumjungle first and it was wonderful then we tried several other expensive dinners and they sucked especially compared to the great Rumjungle. i have recommended it to my friends and i'm recommending it to you-you should try. make advanced reservations though or you won't get in!
The food was unlike anything I've ever tasted. It was very good and I loved the atmosphere. It is a restraunt during the day and early evening and then turns into a club at night. I highly reccommend it if you like trying different things!
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