Masaharu Morimoto has seen a lot of success since his days on Iron Chef. The Japanese star has restaurants in more than two dozen American cities, and this outpost inside the MGM Grand in Las Vegas is among the biggest of the bunch. Whimsy and creativity dominate the menus—there’s a whiskey-infused Wagyu beef, yellowtail prepared like pastrami, and a dish called Duck Duck Goose that includes duck-meatball soup, duck fried rice, and a gooseberry compote. The restaurant also has teppanyaki tables where chefs can cook right in front of guests. The space itself is modern and stark, with giant photographs adorning the walls and sushi and beef bars that open to the dining room. You might even spot Morimoto himself—he spends at least a week or two here every month.