Choose Between Two Options
- $30 for $60 worth of seafood and Japanese food
- $60 for $120 worth of seafood and Japanese food for five or more
- See the menu.
Shogun Palace is aptly named. Its lounge area—the upstairs portion of the 80,000-square-foot restaurant—is decorated in rich red and gold hues, and giant oil paintings hang on the walls and over an ornate fireplace. The ceilings feature oversized murals illuminated by the chandeliers suspended just below. The palatial downstairs dining area is awash in blue and red lights, which emanate from glowing oversized balls of light that dangle from the lofted ceiling and resemble paper lanterns.
Even the food is fit for a king—live lobsters and whole crabs join the ample seafood offerings, including oysters, steamed mussels, clams, and grilled shrimp. The menu also tempts taste buds with various sushi rolls and Japanese favorites such as bento boxes and teriyaki and tempura dishes.