Inspire Signature Dishes With The Signature at MGM Grand’s New In-Suite Dining Option

Home to internationally renowned chefs and endless gourmet dining options, Vegas is taking dining to a new level. The Signature at MGM Grand, an exclusive Vegas retreat in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, just set the bar (and table) with a modern take on in-suite dining. An interactive in-suite culinary program recently launched by The Signature at MGM Grand, allows guests to pamper themselves with delectable creations in the world-class resort’s lavish one and two-bedroom suites.

These luxurious suites feature full-size, full-service, state-of-the-art kitchens complete with top-of-the-line brands like Sub-Zero, Miele and Bosch, so rather than retreat from your private sanctuary, take to your own haute cuisine. Healthy and practical, whipping up suite-cooked meals can be romantic, relaxing, and a refreshing getaway for the seasoned traveling gourmand. Whether you’re just starting to expand your set of cooking skills, or consider yourself a master of the kitchen, The Signature at MGM Grand encourages you to get creative.

Guests have three 30-minute TV segments playing step-by-step cooking demonstrations available to watch in-suite on The Signature at MGM Grand’s “Signature Dish” television channel. Signature Executive Chef Uday Huja and Executive Sous Chef Patrick Hoefler, guide guests in the preparation of Scallop Risotto, Tandoori Chicken Curry, or Baked Ziti. And if you’re starting to touch in your Grocery Gadget app, then stop because The Signature at MGM Grand does the shopping for you. Guests simply dial the In-Suite Dining line to have pre-assembled culinary baskets, equipped with all necessary ingredients, delivered to their doors.

While there are plenty of late-and-great new restaurants to check out when in Vegas, none of them come without dressing to the nines and leaving your hotel room. Redefine luxury dining and personal service in Sin City. Opt to stay at The Signature at MGM Grand and if you find yourself salivating for some late-night baked ziti, then The Baked Ziti basket, $55, offers you a recipe card, pasta, marina sauce, kosher salt, ricotta and mozzarella cheese, good for a party of four, but convenient and delicious enough for one.

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